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Swedish Dala horses, handcrafted and hand-painted in Sweden, Dalarna. Sold separately, choose between 2 base colors.
The story of the "Rowan Berry" and "Grovskogen" horses starts in Dalarna, the central province in Sweden. These horses are in 2 base colors, white and black, both symbolizing the famous Dalarna forests called Grovskogen and the snow-covered landscapes of Dalarna. The design of the white horse features rowan berries and leaves as decorative elements, as well as orchids that grow in the Grovskogen forest. The white horse is also adorned with silver thread, which adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to the piece. The combination of the white paint, rowan berries and leaves, and silver thread make this Dala horse a unique and beautiful representation of Swedish folk art. The black horse has a red dot on the nose, which in combination with the black base color symbolizes long winters in Sweden.
This is handmade. Every Dala horse is unique and the pattern can be slightly different from the photo. Dala horse - a great addition to your collection from the heart of Sweden
Dimensions: 13.0cm (5.11")
Processing time: 2-6 business days
Recycled wood is used for the production of the horses and all the paints used are certified as safe for the environment. All Dala horses are hand-carved and handmade.
We determine the figurine's height by measuring from its legs to the highest point of its ears or horns. For additional information, please refer to the FAQ.
We deliver from Sweden. The processing time of your order depends on the horse you order. The processing time is specified under each listing.
To Europe: 3-4 working days.
To the USA: 4-5 working days.
To Australia: 6-8 working days.
Rest of the world: 4-6 working days.
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Carved and painted with love in Sweden. Every product in our store is hand-carved and hand-painted by famous Swedish artists and manufacturers.
Bring back warm and nice memories from Sweden. Our Dala products are unique, individually decorated in the rich traditional patterns specific for Dalarna, the heart of Sweden.