Tealight pyramid with shepherd, C-shape

    • Dimensions 30cm x 27cm x 27cm
    • also available for other motives


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

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    This arch pyramid Santa Claus with sledge complements the series of C-shape pyramids from the house of Seiffner folk art.

    With an eye for details she is made with much love and care in traditional handwork.

    With the tealight pyramid Christmas motif you get the modern style of the classic pyramid home.

    A harmonious and beautiful color contrast offers the design with 2 different color woods.

    The stepped arrangement of the candles fits perfectly with the C-shape of the pyramid.

    A shepherd with his sheep, probably one of the most classic Christmas motifs displayed on this pyramid.

    The matching tealights can be found here
    Dimensions about 30cm x 27cm x 27cm
    also other motives available

    In our assortment you will find more beautiful pyramids from the Erzgebirge.

    Additional information

    Weight5 kg
    Dimensions13 × 10 × 24 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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