Nutcracker "fly agaric", beech woodOrder number: 65.045
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Very decorative nutcracker made of beech wood, colored as "toadstool / symbol of luck" ...
Cracking hazelnuts and walnuts is child's play, for adults and children (suitable for hazelnuts, walnuts, etc.)
The nut no longer slides away when it is cracked, and the shell fragments do not fly around everywhere because the nut cracks in a controlled manner thanks to the coarse screw thread.
In the Teutons, the toadstool was assigned to the god of ecstasy "Wotan".
From old legends and legends, toadstools grew wherever Wotan's horse "Sleipnir" drove drool and foam from his mouth to the ground when he was riding over Midgard in the wild hunt for the winter solstice. The toadstool is said to have been largely responsible for the infamous outbursts of rage by the berserkers, who got into frenzied frenzy in the fight in ecstasy.
Size: approx. 10 x 6.5 cm
Nordwelt recommendation! A great gift idea - not just for the Yule Festival.
Suitable for children from 3 years!
The photos show the nutcracker from two sides (front and back).
Price per piece - without decoration shown!