Incense Smoker Server with Dumplings
This incense smoker will fill your home with your favourite scents, just like she does with her dumpling’s! Handcrafted in Germany, this wooden smoker is inspired by traditional folk art. A fascinating gift with a high collector’s value for all lovers of original Erzgebirge folk art®.
appr. height: 4″
Handmade in Germany bei Seiffener Volkskunst.
3 in stock (can be backordered)
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The Incense Smoker Server with Dumplings is part of the ball shaped incense burners from Seiffener Volkskunst. Smart smokers from the Ore Mountains.
The Erzgebirge Smokers® by Seiffener Volkskunst eG have a long tradition.
Since 1958, the wooden incense burners have been handcrafted, Made in Germany, with great attention to detail by artisans in the Ore Mountains.
The funny ball incense smokers are smart guys with funny accessories. The figures are not only magical Christmas decorations, but also a fascinating gift with a high collector's value for all lovers of original Erzgebirge folk art®.
The cone shaped original Crottendorfer incense cones are ideally suited for use in the incense figures. The incense cones are available in a variety of scents and not only spread their fragrance at Christmas time.
Incense Smoker Server with Dumplings - Cleaning
The incense smokers from the Ore Mountains are lovingly handcrafted. All incense smokers should be cleaned regularly. Even if there are already ashes from previous incense burning sessions, you can still use your incense burner for another session. However, the ash and sticky resin eventually build up. That sticky melted resin will certainly attract even more dirt and dust and is more of a pain to clean off than just ash. Although your incense burner could still be functional, it won’t look as appealing as before because of all the dirt and ick. Lastly, you also want to clean your incense burner to make sure it still works properly.
Use of dishwashing liquid can also help remove the oils and left-over resin that may be the reason why some of the ashes are stuck on your incense burner. This step should be avoided on wooden incense burners, as the water can damage the wood. However, you can still spot clean the sticky spots with soapy water. Wet a piece of cloth and wring it out so it feels nearly dry then use it to wipe off the sticky substance on your wooden incense burner.
Before you use your incense burner again, you should make sure that it is completely dry. If not, the ashes are more likely to stick to the burner and you’d have to clean it up thoroughly again.
|16 × 16 × 12 cm