Copper Gnome Gift Box
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Meet Felix, our Absolut Elyx Copper Gnome. Great as an ornament and also as a quirky drinking vessel, we can’t guarantee he will protect your homestead, but he will certainly bring a sense of fun to any gathering.
Presented in a stunning ready-to-gift box with copper damask detailing, this lucky gnome makes a great gift, too.
Here’s what our customers are saying about this product:
“I had a drink out of one of these cool gnomes at a restaurant in LA and fell in love with this “cup”. My friend then gave me first copper gnome as a gift and it’s the greatest. I have mine on a shelf like elf on a shelf and everyone wants to pick it up. I just ordered another one in the hopes of building my collection to four. It’s beautiful, a great substantial weight and keeps my drinks nice and cold. It makes any drink taste better and is a real statement piece.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ – Lisa
“This is an awesome item. It is well made, heavy duty and brings the cheer. I'd recommend to anyone who likes having a good time. Even the packing is, as the kids would say, on point. Well done. “ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ – Tyson H.
1 x Copper Gnome drinking vessel
1 x Copper Straw
Dimensions of the Gnome:
Height: 9.25" – 23.5 cm
Width: 3.35" – 8.5 cm
Length: 3.03" – 7.7 cm
Weight: 1.75 pounds – 795 grams
Capacity: 7.44 fl oz. – 220 ml
Dimensions of the Gift Box:
Height: 12.5” – 31.7 cm
Width: 4" – 10 cm
Length: 7.6" – 19 cm
Weight: 2.88 pounds – 1310 grams
Each Absolut Elyx Copper Gnome is made of copper-plated brass and sealed with an FDA-approved food-safe lacquer and is presented in a beautiful ready-to-gift presentation box.
Please wash before use. In order to preserve this item and its components, we recommend that you wash them by hand. Do not put in the dishwasher.
Gnomes or “Tomtar” have a long tradition in Swedish folklore. Usually depicted with long beard and conical hat, Tomtar were the secret guardians of an estate or farm in Scandinavian literature. If treated well, Tomtar were believed to protect the family, animals and homestead from misfortune, which is why in Sweden, the presence of a Tomte in your home is very much cherished.