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Wood Chalice Candleholders, Pair

Matt Albiani

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Wood Chalice Candleholders, Pair
Wood Chalice Candleholders, Pair
Wood Chalice Candleholders, Pair

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Product Information

Dimensions:

3''L x 3''W x 5''H

Made of:

wood

Color/finish:

brown

Damages:

minor marks

Why We Love This

Solid wood pair of chalice-shaped candleholders.

Why We Love This

Solid wood pair of chalice-shaped candleholders.

About Matt Albiani

Last fall, New England born and bred fashion photographer Matt Albiani teamed up with West Coast real estate broker Ron Brand to open their beachy Mate Gallery in Montecito, the ritzy coastal community just south of Santa Barbara, CA. The East Coast-meets-West Coast tongue-in-cheek vibe includes everything from ships in a bottle to paint-by-numbers and original oil paintings. Add kilim-upholstered footstools, shark jawbones, and pennants, and you get the idea.