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Brass Candleholders, Set of 3

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Brass Candleholders, Set of 3
Brass Candleholders, Set of 3
Brass Candleholders, Set of 3
Brass Candleholders, Set of 3

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Product Information

Made of:

brass

Dimensions:

small, 2''W x 3.5''H; medium, 4.5"H x 2"Dia; large, 5.75"H x 2"Dia

Color/finish:

brass

Damages:

minor weathering

Why We Love This

Trio of 1970s Danish Modern brass candleholders in three different sizes. Made in Denmark by Scanmalay. Each holds a tea light perfectly.

Why We Love This

Trio of 1970s Danish Modern brass candleholders in three different sizes. Made in Denmark by Scanmalay. Each holds a tea light perfectly.

About the Brand

A master of integrated contrasts, Christos Prevezanos uses a sophisticated mash-up of finishes, textures, sculptural objects, and color to create a subtle, smart tension within a room. He cut his teeth on design as the producer of runway presentations for fashion darlings like Isabel Toledo and Daryl K in New York City in the 1990s. In 2008, after designing high-end residential and resort interiors for Kelly Wearstler, Ruthie Sommers of Chapman Radcliff Home, and Brad Dunning, he opened his own interior design firm, Studio Preveza.