Smoking imp for use with mini incense cones
A small hand crafted 11cm high wooden figure variously described as a goblin or an imp - typically found at German Christmas fairs and used at this time for decoration and the burning of räucherkerzchen incense cones. To use - pull the figure apart at the waist, place a mini cone upon the small steel tray, light, and carefully reassemble - smoke should soon start to appear from the small imp’s mouth. Made by the company of Christian Ulbricht in Seiffen near the ore mountains, founded in 1928, the company moved to Bavaria between the war and reunification. Best used with mini incense cones found here.