Handmade Wooden Gnome Smokers & Incense
That's the smell of cedarwood.
Since the 19th century, incense smokers have been a staple in German homes for the holidays and beyond. We’ve put a modern spin on this classic tradition—these little fellas are crafted in Vermont from hand-turned wood and are ready to infuse your home with the smell of rustic-sweet cedarwood (a pack of incense is included) for the holidays or any day.
Choose between three styles: Smooth Dark Wood Body (Left), Close Rib Medium Body (Middle), or Wide Rib Light Wood Body (Right). Smokers come with one pack of Cedarwood Incense (contains 50 cones).
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Mix of woods: walnut, oak, maple, birch, and beech with metal interior plate. Comes with a pack of Cedarwood incense
Each smoker is 6.75"H x 3" in diameter and comes with one pack of Cedarwood Incense. Incense Refill includes 3 packs of Cedarwood incense.
Care & Notes
Wipe exterior clean with a damp cloth.
Place incense cone on metal plate inside of smoker base. Ignite the tip of the incense cone and allow it to start smoking. Replace the smoker top and allow the figurine to burn slowly . Do not leave the smoker unattended while it's burning. When you're ready to extinguish the smoke, place smoker cone in water. Store the incense in a dry place.
Shipping & Returns
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Meet the Maker
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
Gubana: a sweet, swirling nut roll from northern Italy.
Don't throw away leftover egg whites -- make meringues with whatever you've got, no recipe needed.
Tiny kitchens and yeast-o-phobes welcome.