Smoker Woman Grandma - 5.1 inch
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Grandma is doing her knitting in a rocking chair.
Smoker were mentioned for the first time around 1830. The production of smokers and their use are today a firm component of the folk art and the customs of the Christmas season in the Erzgebirge. For this purpose, a lighted incense candle is placed on the lower part of the wooden figure, which is divided into two parts. The upper part is hollowed out and is put on the first part. The smoking candle burns inside the usually turned smoking man, the smoke rises and comes out of the mouth hole.
Cone size: regular sized cones (we recommend cones from Knox)
- Warning: NEVER leave lit Incense unattended.
- Decoration only. Not a Toy.
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