Graupner Tealight Pyramid 'Snowman'
H91374370Regular price $119.95
Graupner Holzminiaturen is located in Crottendorf in the Erzebirge Region (Ore Mountains) for the last 30 years. The family-owned business was founded by Ronald and Kordula Graupner in 1986. Today, they have a treasure of samples consisting of more than 8,000 different, wooden small parts that have been manufactured with their unmistakable attention to detail. The miniatures have always remained true to their design and their originality. The matte glazed coloring of our products has become their distinctive trademark.
Graupner Christmas pyramids are characterized by the same colorfulness and their attention to detail as all our other products. Besides classic themes, Graupner also offers pyramids with fairytale scenes and with themes suitable for children. The scenes are placed on a light-colored wooden base. The warm candle light and the slow movements of the Christmas pyramid create a cozy atmosphere in your living room.
Net Weight: 995 g. / 35.1 oz.
Country of Origin: Germany
Graupner Pyramid with Carousel Horses
H913741405Regular price $149.95
The large Christmas pyramid with the four magnificently hand-painted horses is one of the largest and most elaborate pieces in the entire Graupner range. With its unusual shape and color, it is based on a colorful fairground carousel. It is definitely the eye-catcher on the Christmas table and a great gift idea! Such a pyramid often accompanies the recipient for a lifetime.
The tea light pyramid is particularly safe in its function. We use commercially available tea lights with a diameter of 38 mm. Four tea lights are already included. The impeller, which is connected to the base plate by a metal rod, is driven by the rising heat of the candles.
As early as the 18th century, Christmas pyramids were part of the Christmas decorations in churches in the Ore Mountains. The special construction of the Göpel factory served as a model. This is what shaft hoisting systems are called, in which the mined ores are conveyed out of the pit using horsepower or water power. Even today, the pyramids of the Ore Mountains (Ore Mountain: "Peremett") with their warm candlelight and their regular movement create a cozy atmosphere. And they still fascinate children in particular with their small figures and colorful scenes.