Candle Holders(287 items)
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Featured Reviews on Candle Holders
I bought this as a Christmas gift and my friend loved it. The packaging was beautiful as well as the candle holder.
Love the work from this artisan!
We have purchased many pieces from Armando Ramirez and they are all exceptional. The smaller pieces make for thoughtful, deliberate gifts for just about everyone on a holiday list. From a teacher to a x ray tech, the options are phenomenal. The larger pieces are truly amazing and will be collected as art work that will be passed down. They are really amazing,affordable handmade works of art.( I have a few earmarked for special occasions hint,hint hubby. ) I have found that the key holder ones work really well as a perfect place for our keys as well as our masks! Now it is impossible to leave without a mask as they are hanging together on a beautiful piece of practical artwork! Highly recommend!
Gulam Rasool Carved soapstone candleholders and home decor
"After years of hard work, I was honored with a state award for excellence…. Today, I am proud to mention that I have earned a name for myself in the art of jali work."
I have worked with you since 2004 and you have given me a platform to exhibit my craft to the whole world. My stone czrvings are appreciated and your purchases helped me to achieve success in life.
My work increased and I was able to have a stable income. This... read more
Popular Candle Holders
Handmade Andean Women Ceramic Candle Holder, "Women of the Andes"$29.99
Using time-honored techniques passed down from his father and grandfather, Peruvian master ceramist Mamerto Sanchez creates this beautiful candleholder. Inspired by the culture of the region, it features the figures of six traditionally-dressed Andean women in a circle.
Handmade Mexican Black Pottery Candleholder, "Black Blossoms"$25.99
Incised by hand into a ceramic tea light candleholder, flowers meet foliage and stars. Anakarem works in Oaxaca's black pottery tradition with techniques learned from her father. The fired clay is burnished to a sheen with a piece of quartz or obsidian.
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