Fall Ceramic Candle Holders(27 items)
Welcome to the Fall Ceramic Candle Holder Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Ceramic Candle Holders
I will keep this on top of my cupboards all year long. I love looking at all the colors. It makes me feel happy.
Delicate yet powerful
Such great design and craftsmanship in these two candle-holders, from the cut-work to the shape and dark coloring rarely seen elsewhere. Also being decently sized, these suited my decor aesthetic perfectly.
Popular Fall Ceramic Candle Holders
2 Floral Theme Oaxaca Black Pottery Tealight Candleholders, "Daisy Symmetry"$39.99
Daisies inspire Anakarem to design these tealight candleholders with lavish openwork motifs. Featuring halved daisies, each one is crafted by hand of ceramic with black pottery techniques, which include using quartz or obsidian to polish the candleholder to a matte sheen, even after firing in an oak wood fueled kiln.
In case of ash residues from being fired in a wood kiln, please wipe with a dry cloth.
Jack-O-Lantern Talavera Style Ceramic Candle Holder, "Happy Jack-O-Lantern"$34.99
Smiling happily, a charming jack-o-lantern is crafted from ceramic and painted by hand with colorful floral designs in the Talavera style. Mexican artisan Juana Ponce designs this candle holder, which features an opening in the back for inserting a candle.
Floral Skull Ceramic Candle Holder from Mexico, "Floral Frida"$109.99
In the style of Day of the Dead imagery, the skull of renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo is realized in ceramic. Alberto Grajales creates this candle holder, detailing Frida with flowers, maize, decorative candles, and a vibrant hand-painted design. A column at the back of Frida's head provides space for a candle.
Salvadoran Girl White Ceramic Candleholder, "Pancha"$49.99
Steadying it with one hand, a young woman balances a basin on her head. She wears an embroidered dress as she pauses in her daily chores to briefly close her eyes and enjoy the morning breeze. Members of the House of El Salvador Artisans craft the image in clay to create a candleholder. "This series honors the work of women in our society," they explain.