The Ore Mountains - The land of lights of the Christmas season
In this atmosphere of light art, the company Birgit Uhlig from Olbernhau sets an extraordinary accent with its Ore Mountains houses of lights.
A traditionthat shines anew
The houses of lights have a long history, that goes back to 1898.After this art form paused for a few decades, Birgit Uhlig revived it in 1998 as a small family business. Since then, the manufactory produces detailed miniature houses, which are not only decorative,but also light up people's hearts.
Masterful craftsmanship meets modern technology
Each house of lights by Birgit Uhlig is a masterpiece of stamped and lasered parts, which are assembled in elaborate work processes. Through glass mica from Lauscha in Thuringia, the houses get their snowy, white look and their magical glow.
The diversity of the houses of lights
The range of houses of lights is varied and includes replicas of famous churches such as the Seiffen Church and the Church of Our Lady in Dresden. But also typical Erzgebirge half - timbered houses and forester's cottages can be found in the product range. Different sizes and lighting variants round off the range. Small figures,which tell stories, accompany the houses of lights and thus create a lively scenery.
The magic of the houses of lights
The unique attraction of these works of art lies in the light, which radiates from their interior. It particularly captivates children and makes the eyes of young and old shine. With a house of lights by Birgit Uhlig, every Christmas decoration becomes a highlight, that remains in memory.
Our conclusion: Experience the Christmas season in a new light
With the light houses of Birgit Uhlig you can bring the magic of the Erzgebirge directly into your home. Immerse yourself in a world full of tradition and modern craftsmanship, and let your home shine in the Christmas glow. This text is intended to highlight the craftsmanship and attention to detail of the manufactory Birgit Uhlig. The houses of lights are not only a piece of Erzgebirge tradition, but also a testament to the master craftsmanship and innovation, that are at home in this region.