MASTERPIECES Candleholder Design 1084 - Georg Jensen
  • Søren Georg Jensen MASTERPIECES Design 1087 Candlestick small
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    MASTERPIECES–a modern interpretation of an original silver hollowware design. MASTERPIECES is a contemporary take on a Søren Georg Jensen piece first created in 1960. Georg Jensen began as a silversmith workshop. The MASTERPIECES collection pays tribute to this legacy but updates the style and material to give it a current edge. The candlestick was originally created in 1960 as an altar candle for use in a modern Scandinavian-style church. The 2007 version is in stainless steel and holds two tapered candles–the effect is striking. The structure of the candleholder is in many ways an iconic example of clean-lined Danish design of the post-World War II era. An essential part of the story of Scandinavian design. Please note candles (item 3592421) are sold separately. Design Year: 2007. Materials: Stainless steel. Measurements: 17,5.
  • Søren Georg Jensen MASTERPIECES Design 1085 Candlestick large
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    MASTERPIECES–a modern interpretation of an original silver hollowware design. MASTERPIECES is a contemporary take on a Søren Georg Jensen piece first created in 1960. Georg Jensen began as a silversmith workshop. The MASTERPIECES collection pays tribute to this legacy but updates the style and material to give it a current edge. The candlestick was originally created in 1960 as an altar candle for use in a modern Scandinavian-style church. The 2007 version is in stainless steel and holds two tapered candles–the effect is striking. The structure of the candleholder is in many ways an iconic example of clean-lined Danish design of the post-World War II era. An essential part of the story of Scandinavian design. Please note candles (3586472) are sold separately. Design Year: 2007. Materials: Stainless steel. Measurements: 44 cm.
  • Y'A PAS LE FEU AU LAC Les Perles XL Candleholder
    purehome.com
    Triple Threat. A traditional concept gets a modern update with the Les Perles XL Candleholder from French design studio Y'A PAS LE FEU AU LAC. Each candelabra features three curvy candlesticks with varying heights and contours. The sleek, circular base keeps things clean and stable down below, while the bold red or black finish gives everything a hip, contemporary look. Use it to illuminate any space with some elegant flair, or pair it with a white-lacquered dining table for some striking color contrast. Voila! Available in two colors: red or black. Lacquered beech wood. Design by FX Ballery. Made in France.
  • Menu A/S Weight Here Candleholder X-Large
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    Weight Here is a family of candleholders featuring distinct historic references to the iconic typology of chamber candlesticks and candelabras. The designs revisit the standard candlestick appearance and dimensions, and are natural extensions of these made to fit todays candles. Weight Here comes in four versions: S and M for ordinary candles and L & XL for block candles. The cast iron parts acknowledge historic artisanal techniques and the polystone references KiBiSis link to modern architecture. These materials provide the candlesticks with a grounded feel and a solid no-nonsense appearance.
  • Mogens Lassen Kubus 4 Candleholder
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    A pioneer of Danish functionalism, architect Mogens Lassen approached his design work with mathematical precision. His Kubus Candleholder (1962) is a reaction against traditional candlesticks, which he saw as overly ornate and convoluted. Consisting of only the outline of a cube, it is a simple and angular design. Made of copper-plated steel, the Kubus is polished by hand, making each one unique. Like all copper, the Kubus will develop a rich green patina over time, or it can be polished to maintain its original luster. This licensed classic has been brought back into production by the designer’s grandson, Søren Lassen. Candles not included. Made in Denmark.
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  • Menu A/S Weight Here Candleholder Large
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    Weight Here is a family of candleholders featuring distinct historic references to the iconic typology of chamber candlesticks and candelabras. The designs revisit the standard candlestick appearance and dimensions, and are natural extensions of these made to fit todays candles. Weight Here comes in four versions: S and M for ordinary candles and L & XL for block candles. The cast iron parts acknowledge historic artisanal techniques and the polystone references KiBiSis link to modern architecture. These materials provide the candlesticks with a grounded feel and a solid no-nonsense appearance.
  • Jamie Young Company Etched Mercury Glass Snowflake Hurricanes, Set of 3
    bloomingdales.com
    Traditional mercury glass designs get a modern update in glittering candle accessories by Jamie Young Company. Glass. Dust with a dry cloth. Imported. 5"H x 6.5"D.
  • Harald Nielsen Candelabrum 278
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    Candelabrum 278 is a good example of the simplicity that characterises Harald Nielsen’s designs. Nature is only present in a highly stylised form and decoration was used only to accentuate the form. Candelabrum 278 is an exquisite item with fine details that challenges the silversmith. For instance the curves at the top of the plateau must be filed perfectly; otherwise they will reveal even the tiniest inaccuracy when the beads, the leaves and arms are soldered on. The beautiful floating arms must have the exact same curve and they must be in perfect angle horizontally as well as vertically before they are soldered on. The slightest inaccuracy will result in a dripping candle. In the decoration underneath the candleholders you will see a small twig and a small bead. Though they are the smallest elements they are the final pieces to be soldered on as they require the least amount of heat. When these two pieces are soldered on the silversmith has to heat up the arms, the candleholders and the larger beads so that they all have the same temperature. The challenge is to heat up the pieces just enough to solder on the two final pieces. If the pieces are heated up too much the previous soldering will loosen up and the whole piece will fall apart. Design year: 1928. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 15.5 cm / 6.10 inches L: 20.2 cm / 7.95 inches W: 10.9 cm / 4.29 inches.
  • Small Harlow Crystal Candleholder design by Lazy Susan
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    The elegant proportions and contemporary design of four multi-faceted crystal ovals stacked 19 inches high make a dramatic statement in a dining room. As a dining room's featured item, they visually entertain while capturing and refracting all the sparkling elements of light. Showstopping with a simple modern base and pronounced candle cup that perfects the design, these candleholders breathtaking beauty can be admired day or night. dimensions 4.5"d x 19.5"h
  • Broste Copenhagen Sahara Lantern in bamboo natural
    houseoffraser.co.uk
    Embraces candles, interior and home accessories with a great style and a great story. Inspired by a fresh and modern mood, and with strong references to Scandinavian landscapes, it is the ultimate in brand in Scandinavian design, using natural raw materials and clean shapes and with contrasting bold nuances to offer a modern interior theme. Natural Bamboo woven small lantern with glass centre to hold tea light candle. Wood.
  • Georg Jensen Ribbons Black Tealight Lantern, Set of 2 - Bloomingdale's Exclusive
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    Bring a sculptural note to indoor and outdoor candlelight with this striking lantern set in a dramatic black finish created exclusively for Bloomingdale's in collaboration with Georg Jensen. Inspired by architectural wrought-iron creations, designers Alken and Bengtsson used smooth ribbons of black, powder-coated stainless steel to create boldly modern pieces that perfectly display a pair of tealight candles. Stainless steel. Imported. 2.1"H x 3.2"D.
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  • Menu A/S Weight Here Candleholder Medium
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    Weight Here is a family of candleholders featuring distinct historic references to the iconic typology of chamber candlesticks and candelabras. The designs revisit the standard candlestick appearance and dimensions, and are natural extensions of these made to fit todays candles. Weight Here comes in four versions: S and M for ordinary candles and L & XL for block candles. The cast iron parts acknowledge historic artisanal techniques and the polystone references KiBiSis link to modern architecture. These materials provide the candlesticks with a grounded feel and a solid no-nonsense appearance.
  • Henning Koppel Candelabrum 956
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    The Candelabra 956 is the first piece of hollowware Henning Koppel designed. He presented a model of the design made of plaster, clay and plasticine – it looked like nothing that had been made at Georg Jensen before. The silversmiths did not know how to make the piece in silver. It would take a lot of pounding - and bending and splitting the silver in several pieces, which then would have to be soldered together again and then the grinding and polishing. Koppel got impatient to see the project realized and suggested casting the candelabra. Georg Jensen Silversmihy had no experience with silver casting and it was done at a bronze foundry. It was returned in several smaller pieces – because that was the only way it could be cast. It looked completely hopeless, but so much effort had already been put into the project that the candelabra might as well be assembled, grinded and polished. Finally, the candelabrum was finished and no further examples of this model were made until the re-introduction in 2005. The candelabrum was a truly pioneering hollowware design. It is like a piece of experimental art – an abstract sculpture. The organic form language is explicit and playful in its asymmetry. It has a built-in changeability and liveliness – it has no natural front or back and every new angle surprises with a completely new look. Design year: 1946. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 10.1 cm / 3.97 inches.
  • Sigvard Bernadotte Candlestick 855B
    georgjensen.com
    Straight and ascetic, Candlestick 855B conveys a sense of pride. The simplified style with no other decoration than the lines of the ridges, the flutings, identifies Bernadotte as one of the first modern designers working with Georg Jensen Silversmithy. Neoclassical airs can also be discerned in the use of elements reminiscent of the stringent shapes and proportions of Antiquity, here the column. The stem of this candlestick is a tube which has been pulled through a so-called draw plate which makes the lines. The base is an assemblage of four individually made parts, and when the silversmith assembles them he/she must ensure that the soldering is perfectly smooth so that they are invisible on the final piece. The most challenging part of making this candlestick is the actual the joining of the base and the stem – a part that you hardly see because the rallying point is covered by the hollow stem. The challenge is that the slightest unevenness in the two parts and/or the soldering will result in the stem slanting and consequently a dripping candle. Unlike most other hollowware pieces the parts of this candlestick are polished before they are assembled. The reason for this is the design - the edges must stay very sharp and if the candlestick is assembled before being polished it will be almost impossible for the polisher to not hit the sharp edges due to the very high speed of the brushes on the grinding and polishing machine. Design year: 1938. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 25 cm / 9.84 inches Ø: 10.1 cm / 3.97 inches.
  • Georg Jensen Masterpieces candlestick, small
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    Masterpieces candleholder designed by Søren Georg Jensen is a modern interpretation of an original silver hollowware design. Masterpieces is a contemporary take on a Søren Georg Jensen piece first created in 1960. Georg Jensen began as a silversmith workshop. The Masterpieces collection pays tribute to this legacy but updates the style and material to give it a current edge. The candlestick was originally created in 1960 as an altar candle for use in a modern Scandinavian-style church. The current version is in stainless steel and holds two tapered candles-the effect is striking. The structure of the candleholder is in many ways an iconic example of clean-lined Danish design of the post-World War II era. An essential part of the story of Scandinavian design. Manufacturer: Georg Jensen. Design: Søren Georg Jensen. Size: Height 17,5 cm. Material: Stainless steel.
  • Stasia 8 1/2" High Crystal with Silver Accent Candleholder
    lampsplus.com
    A silver jeweled accent at the waist of this crystal candleholder adds extra sparkle to an already extraordinary piece. This inverted pyramid design pairs well with contemporary décor. Clear K9 crystal construction. Inverted pyramid design. Silver jeweled accent at waist. Holds one taper candle (not included). Design by Studio 55D. 8 1/2" high. 2 1/2" wide.
  • Georg Jensen Copenhagen Large Stainless Steel Candleholder
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    This stunning candleholder designed in a sleek U-shape is sure to bring a radiant glow to your table. 10"W X 17"H X 4"D. Stainless steel. Spot clean with a damp cloth. Imported
  • Menu A/S Weight Here Candleholder Small
    shophorne.com
    Weight Here is a family of candleholders featuring distinct historic references to the iconic typology of chamber candlesticks and candelabras. The designs revisit the standard candlestick appearance and dimensions, and are natural extensions of these made to fit todays candles. Weight Here comes in four versions: S and M for ordinary candles and L & XL for block candles. The cast iron parts acknowledge historic artisanal techniques and the polystone references KiBiSis link to modern architecture. These materials provide the candlesticks with a grounded feel and a solid no-nonsense appearance.
  • Made In Paris Luxury Scented Candle Muguet
    occa-home.co.uk
    Catch the scent from the Muguet luxury scented Lily Of the Valley candle. From Made In Paris, the natural wax candle is encased in a solid, mouth blown glass holder in an striking green finish with curved body and sturdy base. The candle exudes a fresh and sensuous scent with hints of vanilla notes that will fill the room with a lavish essence. With 40 hours of burning time, light the flame, sit back and relax as the sensual aura fills the room. Place the candle in the living area, hallway or bedroom for a wonderful aromatic scent that will fill and enhance the interior space. The Made In Paris Luxury Scented Lily Of the Valley Candle comes in a sophisticated black presentation box with a contrasting light green label around the middle of the case.
  • Georg Jensen Candelabrum 324
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    Georg Jensen had an eminent sense of balancing each part of a design harmoniously in relation to the others forming an integrated piece which this candelabrum is an excellent example of. The rich ornamentation is concentrated to the corpus of the candelabrum and contrasted with the airy and energetic feeling of the arms, giving the exuberant design an elegant timeless freshness. The floral decorations evolve naturally from the forms - so to speak. The soft, carving arms resemble flower stalks and form poetical and playful patterns and the stylised grapes complete the top of the central pieces of the candelabrum. Candelabrum 324 is designed around the end of WW1 (1914-1918) - a very rich period where unprecedented abundance of money circulated, trade flourished everywhere and the Silversmithy had a record turnover. During these years Georg Jensen created more richly decorated silver pieces than normally seen from his side. The two-branch Candelabrum 324 has a touch of it – but it is even more distinct in the five-branch Candelabrum 383 from 1920. Candelabrum 324 is called the -Poppy’ candelabrum – so called because the body is actually shaped as the capsule of the -Poppy’ flower. The capsule is soldered together in two halves, the chaser will create the hammer marks and the different patterns on each piece before the silversmith puts it all together. The silversmith must be extremely careful and make sure that everything is measured up and in a perfect angle. The slightest obliquity will make the final piece look lopsided and the candles will drip! Design year: 1919. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 22 cm / 8.66 inches L: 25.7 cm / 10.11 inches W: 7.4 cm / 2.91 inches.
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  • Iittala Nappula Candlestick - Black
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    The Nappula candleholder was born when designer Matti Klenell visited the Nuutajärvi glass museum and fell in love with an unusually shaped table. Inspired by its distinctive design, he created a selection of modern candleholders. Available in brass as well as selected colors in powder coated steel, they combine his love of vintage and modern forms. As well as being incredibly practical, they’re already icons in the making. Fits standard 7/8" candles.
  • Eichholtz Providence Candle Holder Large
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    Beautiful clear glass classic candle holder with large wide top for arranging the ultimate candle display. Everyone loves candlelight and this Eichholtz tall sculptural holder is ideal for creating a central display in any room. Each holder is offset with a polished nickel rim for added sparkle. Candles sold separately.
  • Georg Jensen Ilse Brass Candleholder
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    Brass lends a stunning shine to this streamlined candleholder for a modern update to your dècor. 7"W X 1"H X 5"D. Brass. Spot clean with a damp cloth. Imported
  • Søren Georg Jensen Candelabrum 1087
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    In 1960 Søren Georg Jensen created a large candelabrum for the high alter of an ultra-modern Scandinavian church. Based on this he designed a smaller version in the same style with two statuesque columns with a semi-hollowed outer edge giving relief to the solid, straight lines of the candlestick. The silversmith starts out by making the two conical shaped tubes. The centrepiece is cut out and shaped from a flat piece of silver. Thereafter follows the patient work of fitting the three pieces together: The silversmith will work on the adjoining lines to make sure that they fit perfectly before soldering. The adjoining lines are quite long and placed so that the tiniest imperfection in the soldering will show immediately. Therefore it is of vast importance that the edges and the soldering are no less than perfect. This is important for the inside and the outside as you are able to see both once the opening is cut! After the soldering the silversmith will cut out the opening on the sides and the corners and work on the outer edges to get the right profile. The actual candleholders are separate pieces which are fitted and soldered on as the last pieces before the silversmith hands over the candelabrum to the polisher for the finishing process. Deisgn year: 1960. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 17.6 cm / 6.92 inches L: 13.3 cm / 5.23 inches W: 6.1 cm / 2.40 inches.
  • Karlyn White Ceramic Flower Candle Holder
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    Karlyn White Ceramic Flower Candle Holder. White candle holder. Ceramic construction. Flower design. 8 1/2" wide. 8 1/2" deep. 8" high.
  • Georg Jensen Copenhagen Small Candleholder
    saksfifthavenue.com
    Mirrored stainless steel and a sleek U-shaped design bring a distinctly futuristic feel to this bright candleholder. 5"W X 7"H X 2"D. Stainless steel. Spot clean with a damp cloth. Imported
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