Ball smoker Sugar snail with egg piebald

    • Heigh 15cm
    • for standard incense cones


    Delivery time: around 5-25 working days depending on the country

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    Lovingly and elaborately designed ball smoker sugar snail with egg piebald from Richard Glässer.

    Made in traditional handwork, hand-painted in great detail.

    The sugar snail cannot say no to a piece of egg piebald and a good cup of coffee.

    Nicely made with a hat and a gold chain around her neck, she can taste her piebald.

    Her blonde hair has been tied to small snails, her red robe offers a nice contrast to her blue cup.

    With its cheerful, colorful painting, the sugar snail accompanies you throughout the year.
    In summer he gives you summer scents such as from the Grottendorf Flowers & Fruits range a good mood and in winter it spreads a cozy pre-Christmas mood with the winter scents and Christmas scents

    Height about 15 cm
    for commercially available incense cones

    You can find more beautiful smoke figures by Richard Glässer and other manufacturers from the Erzgebirge here.

    Additional information

    Weight5 kg
    We dispatch your order using DHL as shipping carrier, depending on your destination country. Shipping costs can be viewed at checkout after submitting your address.

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