Romanic church 1c
The first Romanic round-arch churches in Germany were built more than 1000 years ago. "Leyk" did not reproduce a huge Romanic cathedral, but a little village church with a half-timber church spire as it still can be found in villages all over the country. This unique model often is the first one collectors start with.
First edition: former models 1983-1985, latest one: 1986
height/length/width about 23/9.5/14 cm (inches: 9.06/3.74/5.51)
The opening for the tea light candle is a simple round-arch portal. The candlelight shines through all the colorful arched windows as well as the round church spire windows. Due to both outside and inside glazing of our ceramic houses, the light reflection of candlelight as well as electric light is much brighter. Thus even a bigger ceramic house like this church shines in all its beauty and glamorizes every room to give it a homelike atmosphere. What's to go best with this church? Of course a pastor and maybe some church attendees from our miniature collection.
We are sure you will find your favorite ones from our large figurine product range.