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German Smokers

In Germany, incense was traditionally burned to bless the homes after warding off evil spirits from the longest nights of the year (Raunaechte).

After the 30 year-religious war (1618 - 1648), that was fought in Germany, Smokers, also known as "Rauchermann" were born. Smokers are traditional handcrafted wooden items that started in the Erzgebirge Mountains. When finding gold in the mountains became scarce and when mines started shutting down, the miners would make smokers. This explains why many of the smokers you see today resemble the people that lived and worked in the Erzgebirge region.

Today, smokers are made in many different regions of Germany and come in many different varieties and styles. One thing they still have in common is the incredible detail and beautiful workmanship Germany is known for all over the world.

Gingerbread House Smoker Gingerbread House Smoker
by Christian Ulbricht
Ulbricht - Snowman Smoker Snowman Smoker
by Christian Ulbricht
Seiffener - Geppetto and Pinocchio Smoker
Geppetto & Pinocchio Smoker
by Seiffener
Santa Claus Santa Claus Smoker
by Christian Ulbricht
Gingerbread German Smoker by Dregeno

Gingerbread Smoker
by Dregeno/Seiffen

Richard Glaesser Smoker - Ornament Vendor Ornament Vendor
by Richard Glaesser
Santa with Christmas Wreath
Santa with Bell Smoker
by Christian Ulbricht
Shepherd Smoker
Shepherd Smoker
by Christian Ulbricht
Snowman with Gingerbread Tray Snowman with Gingerbread Tray
by Christian Ulbricht

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