Christmas Candy Cane 12ft

According to legend, a choirmaster in Germany handed out sugar sticks to the members of his choir as a reward for staying still. He also bent them into a J shape to mimic a shepherd’s stick in honour of the holiday. The striped red and white candies people know today came about centuries later.

Candy canes have become such a staple for Christmas that sometimes, people hang them as ornaments instead of eating them. It’s only natural that huge fiberglass versions should also be included in larger-than-life Yuletide setups.

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For as long as anyone alive can remember, candy canes have been part of the Christmas tradition in just about any country. Adults give out these cane-shaped peppermint treats to children during the season. Cafes, restaurants, and dessert places have all created recipes from the said candy. Aside from chocolates, candy canes sell like hotcakes in December.

So where exactly did the tradition of giving out candy did canes during Christmas come from?

There are many versions of its history and unfortunately, none of them have been proven to be true. The most interesting one, however, is that candy canes were made to keep choir boys quiet in 1670.

According to legend, a choirmaster in Germany handed out sugar sticks to the members of his choir as a reward for staying still. He also bent them into a J shape to mimic a shepherd’s stick in honour of the holiday. The striped red and white candies people know today came about centuries later.

Candy canes have become such a staple for Christmas that sometimes, people hang them as ornaments instead of eating them. It’s only natural that huge fiberglass versions should also be included in larger-than-life Yuletide setups.

This 12-foot candy cane will wow both young and old onlookers. Make a delicious Christmas treat for heaven together with statues of other candy canes in different sizes plus life-sized statues of gingerbread men, ladies, or children.

This candy cane statue also comes in 6 and 4-feet variations.

Features:

Dimensions: L 134 x W 91 x H 375cm

Weight: 70kg

Colour: Red and white swirls

Weight 70 kg
Dimensions 134 x 91 x 375 cm (L x W x H)

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