Candle arch Seiffen Church
During the Christmas season, windows throughout the Saxony area of Germany are lit with the soft lights of Schwibbögen, or Christmas arches. These traditional displays reach back over 270 years to the silver mines of the Erzgebirge in Germany, and the first Schwibbögen, made out of wrought iron, are thought to have originated in the town of Johanngeorgenstadt.
A typical Ore Mountain workshop is the topic of this double candle arch. Through its indirect light, it creates an especially warm and cozy light that creates a lovely atmosphere. The background of this candle arch is made with skillful jigsaw work. The candle arch runs with electric lights.
width: 43,00 cm
height: 43,00 cm
depth: 9,00 cm