Your carriage awaits! A tribute to Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the original film, this magical warmer is fit for a Disney Princess.
· The ceramic, moonlight-coloured carriage is perched on top of an intricate metal-wire wheelbase.
· Golden LED lights shine inside and under the carriage for a magical glow — it almost looks like it’s floating!
· Lift the lid to place wax inside the glass dish, tinted to match Cinderella’s iconic glass slippers.
· The dish is detailed with four clock faces all striking midnight, alternated with images that tell the story of that magical night: Cinderella finding her Fairy Godmother, her magical transformation, meeting Prince Charming and running from the castle at midnight.
· Turn the dish to display either the clock faces or the story images through the four open windows of the carriage.
For your very own happily ever after!
Unique packaging includes beautiful illustrations and a 185 mm x 275 mm collectible Disney card insert.
Element warmer. 21 cm x 24 cm x 15 cm.
The Government has thrown $124 million at reducing the country’s growing waste pile, but not everyone agrees that’s enough.
Local Government NZ says the funding should be matched with a “strategic waste plan”, with the goal for New Zealand to be able to process its own waste onshore.
In the last decade, the amount of waste at council landfills has increased by 48 per cent.
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