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  • Crate & Barrel Twiggy Metal Wall Candle Holder
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    Lit with votive candles, this nature-inspired metal wall art candle holder flickers a magical forest of shadowy branches. Constructed of iron, this eye-catching piece captures the delicate tracery of tree twigs, interspersed with cups and glass votive holders. This handcrafted stunner creates a magical, artful ambience in the dining room, over a sofa or in the entryway.
  • Tom Dixon Etch Tealight Holder Steel
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    An acid etched candle holder inspired by the logic of pure mathematics. Etch Tea Light Holder Steel is made up of 0.4mm digitally etched steel sheets and is suitable for use with a tea light. The detailed pattern creates a mass of intricate shadows when lit. Also available as a pendant light.
  • Crate & Barrel Doria Large Glass Hurricane Candle Holder
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    Pedestal base of this sure-footed hurricane makes pillar candles look like their floating in air. Open, tumbler-like shape also makes a great container for stones, pebbles or botanicals. Handcrafted, blown glass vase features a chip-resistant melted rim.
  • Crate & Barrel Circuit Metal Wall Candle Holder
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    Abstract geometrics form a mural of candlelight. Candleplates hold eight tall and six short glass votives that accommodate cupped tea lights. Metal wall art frame in an antiqued bronze comes in two pieces for easy assembly.
  • Crate & Barrel Doria Small Glass Hurricane Candle Holder
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    Pedestal base of this sure-footed hurricane makes pillar candles look like their floating in air. Open, tumbler-like shape also makes a great container for stones, pebbles or botanicals. Handcrafted, blown glass vase features a chip-resistant melted rim.
  • Iittala Nappula Candlestick - White
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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.
  • Crate & Barrel Set of 2 Rosaline Metal Wall Candle Holders
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    Classical wallpaper medallions streamline as contemporary outlines in bronze steel, projecting out from the wall to support a single glass-enclosed candle holder. Show in multples staggered or lined up as graphic metal wall accents indoors or out.
  • 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.
  • Gianfranco Frattini Dome Candleholder
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    In celebration of the “feeding the planet” theme of the Milan World’s Fair Expo 2015, George Beylerian curated the De Gustibus Collection, an assortment of dining-related objects by the best Italian designers of the past 50 years. The collection’s name is a nod toward the Latin maxim De gustibus non est disputandum , which means, “In matters of taste, there can be no disputes.” The borosilicate glass Dome Candleholder (1977) was put back into production just for this collection. Its designer, architect and industrial designer Gianfranco Frattini, was known for his work in both wood and glass. Candle not included. Made in China.
  • Crate & Barrel Rosaline Metal Wall Candle Holder
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    Classical wallpaper medallions streamline as contemporary outlines in bronze steel, projecting out from the wall to support a single glass-enclosed candle holder. Show in staggered or lined-up multiples for a graphic metal wall art accent indoors or out.
  • By Lassen Kubus 4 Candle Holder - Copper
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    Introduced in 1962 by Mogens Lassen, the Kubus collection represents his lifelong devotion to the Bauhaus ideal of functionalism, where rationalism trounces the merely ornamental. The collection is also a fine example of his craftsman's appreciation of materials. Here, he uses the copper plated steel to heighten the simplicity and strength of the Kubus collection. A prolific designer and architect, Mogens was as equally adept at creating pieces to include in the buildings as he was designing them, and has left a rich archive still being discovered by design fans today.
  • By Lassen Kubus 1 Candle Holder - Black
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    Introduced in 1962 by Mogens Lassen, the Kubus collection represents his lifelong devotion to the Bauhaus ideal of functionalism, where rationalism trounces the merely ornamental. The collection is also a fine example of his craftsman's appreciation of materials. Here, he uses the solid stock steel to heighten the simplicity and strength of the Kubus collection. A prolific designer and architect, Mogens was as equally adept at creating pieces to include in the buildings as he was designing them, and has left a rich archive still being discovered by design fans today.
  • By Lassen Line Candle Holder - White
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    With a sharp sense of contemporary Functionalist style, Mogens Lassen designed the iconic Kubus candleholder in 1962, a piece once reserved solely for family and close architect colleagues. In 1983 he reapproached his own geometric candleholders, and the result was Line, whose shape was conceived through a mathematical formula. The two candleholders form a single line, and the architectural look fits perfectly with contemporary minimalism. Kubus and Line is still crafted in Denmark, and among architects and design connoisseurs it has acheived the status of a modern international design icon.
  • Mikasa® Triple Arm Chandeliers Candle Holder
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    This Mikasa Triple Arm Chandeliers Candle Holder makes a lovely centerpiece and will add a charming glow of light to a dark corner. Handsome black metal votive holder features a traditional chandelier design that cradles 3 glass votive cups and is accented with clear gems. Candles not included. Triple arm chandeliers candle holder measures 18 x 5-1/4 x 10-7/8 inches.
  • Countryside Set of 2 Candle Holders
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    Add a touch of elegant style to your home décor with this set of Mikasa Countryside Candleholders. Drawing upon classic design for their sophisticated look, these candleholders are crafted from aluminum with striking enamel polish ivory accents. A traditional filigree pattern encircles the top and base of the candleholders. Place them on a table to bring ambience to your dinner gathering or use them as decorative pieces on a fireplace mantel. They also make a lovely wedding or housewarming gift. Hand-wash with warm water, towel dry. Set of 2 candle holders, each 10-1/4 inch high.
  • CB2 Glimpse Tea Light Candle Holder
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    Light grid. Ringed with infinite white panes, this handmade glass vessel is all about the art of the reveal. Once formed by glass artisans, it's first hand-coated with white grout used to construct mosaics, then carefully etched to uncover a luminous grid of transparency and texture. When illuminated by a single flicker within, the glass casts a glimpse of candlelight through the subtle geometric pattern. Details and Dimensions: Glimpse tea light candle holder. 2.75" Dia. X 3"H. Handmade. Glass. Mosaic grout coating. Holds one tea light, sold separately. Wipe with soft, damp cloth. Made in India. Overall Dimensions: Height: 3" Diameter: 2.75"
  • Mikasa® Set of 3 Criss Cross Candle Holders
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    This Mikasa Criss Cross Candle Holder Set will add the perfect finishing touch to any table setting. Features an eclectic design that will add a modern look to your decor. The thick metal base with a unique criss cross design and glass construction will add illuminated accents to tables, counters or shelves. Candles not included. Set of 3 candle holders, each 3-1/2 inch square x 3-1/2 inch high.
  • Menu A/S Chunk of Marble w/ Copper
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    Chunks is a series of raw and robust candleholders for regular candles. 2 different sizes and 2 different materials, ready for mix, match and mismatch just as you like. Marble and wood with copper or brass tops. The mix of the raw base and the shiny glowing top gives the Chunk variants a rough and romantic look. As the candle burns down the light will reflect in the brass/copper top and give a beautiful glow.
  • By Lassen Kubus 1 Candle Holder - White
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    Introduced in 1962 by Mogens Lassen, the Kubus collection represents his lifelong devotion to the Bauhaus ideal of functionalism, where rationalism trounces the merely ornamental. The collection is also a fine example of his craftsman's appreciation of materials. Here, he uses the solid stock steel to heighten the simplicity and strength of the Kubus collection. A prolific designer and architect, Mogens was as equally adept at creating pieces to include in the buildings as he was designing them, and has left a rich archive still being discovered by design fans today.
  • By Lassen Line Candle Holder - Black
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    With a sharp sense of contemporary Functionalist style, Mogens Lassen designed the iconic Kubus candleholder in 1962, a piece once reserved solely for family and close architect colleagues. In 1983 he reapproached his own geometric candleholders, and the result was Line, whose shape was conceived through a mathematical formula. The two candleholders form a single line, and the architectural look fits perfectly with contemporary minimalism. Kubus and Line is still crafted in Denmark, and among architects and design connoisseurs it has acheived the status of a modern international design icon.
  • By Lassen Kubus 1 Candle Holder - Copper
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    Introduced in 1962 by Mogens Lassen, the Kubus collection represents his lifelong devotion to the Bauhaus ideal of functionalism, where rationalism trounces the merely ornamental. The collection is also a fine example of his craftsman's appreciation of materials. Here, he uses the copper plated steel to heighten the simplicity and strength of the Kubus collection. A prolific designer and architect, Mogens was as equally adept at creating pieces to include in the buildings as he was designing them, and has left a rich archive still being discovered by design fans today.
  • Tom Dixon Etch Tealight Holder Copper
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    An acid etched candle holder inspired by the logic of pure mathematics. Etch Tea Light Holder Copper is made up of 0.4mm digitally etched copper sheets and is suitable for use with a tea light. The detailed pattern creates a mass of intricate shadows when lit. Also available as a pendant light.
  • Crate & Barrel Heart Glass Votive Candle Holder
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    Thick glass candleholder shapes a soft heart to cradle a single tea light.
  • Ferm Living Candleholder - Medium - Bright Blue
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    The idea for Ferm Living's wine-bottle candle holders came from "Lady and the Tramp". In one of the famous scenes, Lady and the Tramp share a candlelit dinner at Tony's. On the table you see a wine-bottle with a candle in it. They wanted to recreate the "candle in a bottle" feel with a twist. So they twisted some wood and played with different color combinations and created this beautiful design. Packaged in a Ferm Living branded gift box. Also available in blue, rose, natural & white.
  • By Lassen Line Candle Holder - Copper
    shophorne.com
    With a sharp sense of contemporary Functionalist style, Mogens Lassen designed the iconic Kubus candleholder in 1962, a piece once reserved solely for family and close architect colleagues. In 1983 he reapproached his own geometric candleholders, and the result was Line, whose shape was conceived through a mathematical formula. The two candleholders form a single line, and the architectural look fits perfectly with contemporary minimalism. Kubus and Line is still crafted in Denmark, and among architects and design connoisseurs it has acheived the status of a modern international design icon.
  • Tom Dixon Etch Wood Tea Light Holder
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    The metal panels of the Etch Wood Tea Light Holder by Tom Dixon are photo etched with a wood grain pattern that emits light and shadows similar to a wood burning fire. Each metal panel in the geodesic form is individually etched and then the pieces are assembled by hand. The Etch Wood Tea Light Holder is available in highly polished brass, copper or stainless steel and are lovely alone or striking in groups.
  • Ferm Living Candleholder - Small
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    The idea for Ferm Living's wine-bottle candle holders came from "Lady and the Tramp". In one of the famous scenes, Lady and the Tramp share a candlelit dinner at Tony's. On the table you see a wine-bottle with a candle in it. They wanted to recreate the "candle in a bottle" feel with a twist. So they twisted some wood and played with different colour combinations and created this beautiful design. Packaged in a Ferm Living branded gift box. Available in natural, orange, yellow & coral.
  • Tom Dixon Etch Tealight Holder Black
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    An acid etched candle holder inspired by the logic of pure mathematics. Etch Tea Light Holder Steel is made up of 0.4mm digitally etched steel sheets and is suitable for use with a tea light. The detailed pattern creates a mass of intricate shadows when lit. Also available as a pendant light.
  • By Lassen Kubus 4 Candle Holder - Brass
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    Introduced in 1962 by Mogens Lassen, the Kubus collection represents his lifelong devotion to the Bauhaus ideal of functionalism, where rationalism trounces the merely ornamental. The collection is also a fine example of his craftsman's appreciation of materials. Here, he uses the copper plated steel to heighten the simplicity and strength of the Kubus collection. A prolific designer and architect, Mogens was as equally adept at creating pieces to include in the buildings as he was designing them, and has left a rich archive still being discovered by design fans today.
  • Ferm Living Candleholder - Large
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    The idea for Ferm Living's wine-bottle candle holders came from "Lady and the Tramp". In one of the famous scenes, Lady and the Tramp share a candlelit dinner at Tony's. On the table you see a wine-bottle with a candle in it. They wanted to recreate the "candle in a bottle" feel with a twist. So they twisted some wood and played with different colour combinations and created this beautiful design. Packaged in a Ferm Living branded gift box. Available in mint, natural & black.

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