Ringo Müller christmas pyramids - Kleinkunst from the German Erzgebirge
Müller Kleinkunst is located in the famous city of Seiffen which is one of the most famous German “Christmas cities”. The roots go back to 1899 when Oswald Müller founded the company. He started with a large variety of toys, miniatures and toy furniture.
In 1943 his son Paul started to head the company and continued with the same sprit and dedication. Paul also created the typical Müller natural wood design elements that still today are a characteristic for Müller items. The business grew quickly particularly since Müller introduced his wonderful Christmas pyramids in the late 50s.
Gunter Müller took over the family business in 1973. He had great success in new markets outside of Germany. Since 2001 his son Ringo Müller is the General Manager and is proud to head a family company with over a century old tradition.
Today Müller Kleinkunst offers incense smokers, nutcrackers, Schwibbogen / Candle Arches and Christmas pyramids. The pyramids and the schwibbogen definitely belong to the most beautiful ones of their kind. Particularly the wonderful design elements that express love and pride for the homeland have found enthusiasts in many countries around the world. Müller Christmas pyramids combine exotic woods with local woods from the region of Seiffen. Many pyramids and Schwibbogen have elements of the famous Dresdner Frauenkirche (“Church of our lady”) that was destroyed during WWII and rebuild from 1995-2001 as well as the Zwinger Palace in Dresden.
If you choose a Müller Pyramid or Schwibbogen you will receive a piece of art that will inspire and excite you for a lifetime.