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Handcrafted Holiday Pyramid with Carolers & Candles

Christmas comes early.

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Product Details

Since 1899, the Müller Company in Seiffen, Germany has been producing handcrafted wooden collectibles, whose whimsical designs are recognized the world over. Once the holiday season rolls around, their candle holders appear on many a tabletop and mantel. These charming candle holders, referred to as "Pyramids", use the heat of the flames to rotate a spinning top, bringing to life charming holiday scenes.

Special note: the Pyramid featured in the moving image on this page is a slightly different style Pyramid than the item for sale.

  • Made in: Seiffen, Germany
  • Made of: A mix of linden, mahogany, walnut, elm, and beech woods
  • Size: Includes 1 box of unscented white candles (50 pieces each). 10"L x 6"W x 12"H

Sourced from: Mueller

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Photography by Rocky Luten.

Care & Notes

Don't leave candles unattended and keep out of reach from children and pets. Never place the candles to close to each other and never on top of each other. If the flames are too large, trim the wick to a shorter length. Use a fireproof, flat surface away from potential drafts. Only for use with authentic pyramid candles; burn time for each candle is approximately 1–2 hours. Store the candles in a cool, dry place.



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