Like previous lithophanes, it is formed by a deep saucer and a bell-shaped piece with a chimney hole to let the flame breathe. When a lit candle is placed inside, the engravings are revealed thanks to the transparency of the porcelain.
A typical winter scene with a deer cut out against the vegetation of a snow-covered forest. The holly leaves give it a Christmas touch, making it the perfect design for the Christmas ball and bell 2011.
It is offered complete with saucer or only as the tulip to combine with the metallic holders.
The lithophane includes one unit of tea-light (non scented) as the complimentary accessory to start using the item. Therefore, one candle is always provided with the porcelain parts, but not with the metallic holders.