Smoke oven stove

    • Height 14cm
    • suitable for standard incense cones

    $40.12 $39.12

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

    In stock


    This lovingly designed smoke stove stove comes from Richard Glässer.

    Made with loving and traditional handwork.

    Childhood memories are awakened with such a smoker.

    Because hardly any grandma had such an oven in the kitchen.

    Decorated with lots of details, this stove is a real eye-catcher and conjures up the pleasant scent of incense cones all year round.

    This smoker does not only look good in the kitchen.

    Freshly cut logs lie in front of the stove, there are various things to keep warm on the classic green stove, a large jug, a small saucepan and even a plate of fresh cookies are on the stove. A kitchen towel hangs in front of the oven to dry.

    Height 13cm
    suitable for standard incense cones

    You will of course also find other incense figures and the appropriate incense cones in our range.

    Additional information

    Weight5 kg
    Dimensions15 cm
    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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