Candles are a ubiquitous source for light and warmth in Scandinavia. The common typology dates back hundreds of years but is still relevant today in the long winters where daylight is short. The steel rod overlaps at one point to create a continuous line accomodating a handle and holder in the same contruction.
Material: Solid Copper
Dimensions: Triangle or Square / W 12 X H 14,5 cm
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