Heavy cast iron that won’t blow over. We loved the rustic touch of occasional bubbles in the hand-blown glass. Comes in various sizes.
Pricey, especially if you plan to buy several as accents.
Unique pieces made with used oak wine barrels from Napa. Holds nine tea lights – some used it as a contemporary menorah.
At just 32-inches long, it’s not a large statement piece.
Attractive tapered design holds 9 pillar candles. Made of durable metal. Makes a nice piece for a fireplace.
Requires assembly, but fortunately it's not too difficult to put together.
Ceramic base in white or grey suits classic and contemporary decor. Minimalist style compliments candles.
Hollow construction, so they aren't as sturdy as they look.
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Candle holders are a great accessory that holds candles steady while providing either a useful or ambient light. Candle holders usually have a secure base, which often includes a small ring or indention designed to hold the end of a candle. When choosing the right candle holder, consider the type of candle you want to burn. Some smaller holders with wide rings are designed strictly for tea lights or votive candles. Others with narrow rings can handle taper candles. It is important to make sure you have the right kind of candle holder, or it will not work properly, and can cause a fire hazard. Wide-based candles may not actually need a holder to stay upright. However, in this case a candle holder can help protect your tabletop by providing a catcher for any spilled wax that melts or splashes over the side of your candle.