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Porcelain Tealight Holders

These tealight holders are cleverly disguised as a barrel, chiminea and campfire.

“These Porcelain Tealight Holders are available in 3 fun styles and are packaged in an attractive gift boxes.”

$13.00 each (add $3.50 for the Chiminea),
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Purchase Information:

Price: $13.00-$16.50
Availability: Buy Porcelain Tealight Holders here

Candle Pin & Multi Candle Pin

These super slim candle pins (i.e. holders) are now on sale.

This strikingly simple candle pin is designed to accommodate both tapers and pillar candles of all sizes. Mix and match tapers and pillar candles to create the desired display. Designed by Sebastian Bergne, the Multi Candle Pin is also available in a single version in both stainless steel and mild steel with black texture finish.

Multi Candle Pin, W9.5 x D9.5 x H9.5 in., $55.00 $33.00,
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Single Candle Pin, W4.75 x D4.75 x H9.5 in. , $20.00 $12.00,
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Purchase Information:

Price: $12.00
Availability: Buy Candle Pin & Multi Candle Pin here

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Faux Wax Candlestick

This will save you hours of patiently waiting for wax to drip. And, if an extra zero doesn’t send your wallet into hiding, turn your attention to the Vesuvius Candlestick (pictured above right) by Ted Muehling.

“This surreal candlestick appears to be dripping wax. However, upon closer examination it is made entirely of china (Earthenware.)”

20 x 12cm with a diameter of 8.5cm.
$35.00 CAD,
Buy it here.

(Vesuvius Candlestick, $350.00)

Purchase Information:

Price: $35.00
Availability: Buy Faux Wax Candlestick here

Light Bulb Candle

Quite clever.

‘Don’t need electricity for this light bulb. Every household should have one to add a touch of humor, as well as illumination, to blackouts and power outages. Plus, it’s a must gift for every “creative thinker” you know. Handmade from Bee’s Wax in New York State. Measures approximately 5″H x 2.5″ diameter.’

Purchase Information:

Price: $25.00
Availability: Buy Light Bulb Candle here

Norwegian Wood by Maxim Velcovsky

Porcelain wood candle holder from the enchanted Maxim Velcovsky.

Size, 39cm x 15cm x 3cm

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: £55
Availability: Buy Norwegian Wood by Maxim Velcovsky here

Candleholder Flashlight by David Weeks

Look! It’s the repurposing of a the candleholder shape into a flashlight. This is pretty cool.

“This flashlight can be perfectly concealed on your bookcase or mantle top. It uses bright LED bulbs and is powered by 3 AA batteries (not included).”

Designed by David Weeks.

Purchase Information:

No longer available.

Pyreness Wood Block, 100 Matches

So freaking cool. I would be hesitant to actually use any of the matches since it seems as more of a sculptural type of thing, but that’s just me.

“To use just break a match off the block and scratch it along the block to light.”

4″

Purchase Information:

Price: $48.00
Availability: Buy Pyreness Wood Block, 100 Matches here

Hermaphrodite Candle Set

I don’t know anyone who would spend $800 on a set of candles, but these certainly aren’t ordinary. I suppose if someone just absolutely loved them beyond belief the price wouldn’t matter so much.

100% beeswax

Aphrodite height: 9.75″
Hermes height: 8.5″

[posted by katie]

Purchase Information:

Price: $795.00
Availability: Buy Hermaphrodite Candle Set here

Carousel Candles

I love these. There’s the magical feel, of course, but also they look so delicate as to be a rather special find. Click on the ‘buy it here’ link in order to see them in action.

“Our products are powered by the very candle. Using the heat from the candle it powers a rotary carousel to spin clockwise or anticlockwise. Carousel Candle is reuseable and brings a magic to any room in which it is used.”

[posted by katie]

More information:

View Carousel Candles here

Light Candle Holder

I don’t know why these are on sale, but holy, that’s great that they’re under the $50 mark. Again, so simple in design, with interesting materials to give a subtle style. I think they’d finish off a room quite nicely, or maybe they’d be the perfect present for one of your modernist friends?

“Arik Levy’s Light Candle Holder (2007) is a study in restraint, a distinct departure from its Victorian counterparts. An innovative use of materials, the candle holder comes either in white alabaster or black-textured aluminum. When a candle is lit, the alabaster holder captures the light, giving it a translucent quality. Paired together, the Light Candle Holders provide a satisfying material contrast to each other. Nicely weighted, they can be safely transported with one hand using the simple, sizable handle and accommodate standard taper candles (not included).”

H 6.25″ W 3″ D 1.25″

Purchase Information:

Price: $60
Availability: Buy Light Candle Holder here

Stone Menorah

I haven’t seen a whole lot of Menorahs, but this one tops the list.

– stone candle holders with black powder coated steel base
– one of a kind; stone color will vary
– handcrafted in Pennsylvania from stones quarried in the US

11″ x 5.5″ (at highest point)

Update: This item is unfortunately no longer available. (10/21/09)

Purchase Information:

Price: $115
Availability: Buy Stone Menorah here

Range candle holders

These candle holders make such an interesting arrangement. Three come in a set, and three sets were used in the photo.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $130
Availability: Buy Range candle holders here

Eva Zeisel Brass Candlesticks

Now is the time to pre-order these Zeisel brass candlesticks- only 150 sets are currently available, so you might want to put your name down soon…

“Made using the ancient method of sand casting, these three beauties get their smooth bronze finish by heating them over raw coals and dipping them in precise chemicals. The process is repeated until desired color is reached. All work is 100% hand-crafted until final finish.”

11″ – $45.00
8″ – $40.00
6″ – $35.00
Set – $120.00

Purchase Information:

Price: $35-$45
Availability: Buy Eva Zeisel Brass Candlesticks here

T.A.E. 1879 Oil Lamp by Opossum Design

Sure, it’s expensive, but I usually don’t like oil lamps and this one completely changed my mind. I kind of love it.

“Glass hurricane lamp houses an upturned light bulb, ironically converted into oil lamp, suspended by dipping wires. A functional sculpture created in homage to Thomas Alvin Edison’s 1879 unveiling of the world’s first long-lasting electric lamp, which lasted 13.5 hours.”

7″ x 13¾”.

Purchase Information:

Price: $485.00
Availability: Buy T.A.E. 1879 Oil Lamp by Opossum Design here

Candlelier by Maxim Velcovsky

This would add some elegant ambient light to a table.

“Clean lines, controlled curves and a clever composition bring an element of sophistication to any dinner setting with Maxim Velcovsky’s interlinked tealight holders.”

1.5″Ø x 3.25″L x 2.5″H

Purchase Information:

Price: $39.00
Availability: Buy Candlelier by Maxim Velcovsky here