Brass tealight candle holder, 'Lotus Gleam' - Lotus Shaped Brass Tealight Holder from Thailand Curate

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Lotus Gleam Lotus Shaped Brass Tealight Holder from Thailand

Nestled within a golden lotus, a glass bowl holds a glimmering tealight. An... more

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Nestled within a golden lotus, a glass bowl holds a glimmering tealight. An exquisite and exotic piece of decor, this candle holder is handcrafted from brass by Thai artisan Ning Charoensri.

  • 0.15 kgs
  • 0.3 lbs
  • 5 cm H x 13.5 cm W x 13.5 cm D
  • 2" H x 5.25" W x 5.25" D

  • Brass, glass, gold foil
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Never leave a burning candle unattended
  • Features an aged antique finish
  • Keep away from children and pets
  • Tealight included
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Thailand.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Thailand

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Ning Charoensri

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22 Testimonials for Ning Charoensri

PAMELA

italy

love my bell

DEBORAH

I purchased the beautiful gold Buddah welcoming hand. It is beautiful and exactly what I was looking for. I was so impressed with how quickly it was delivered from Thailand and most importantly, how carefully the delicate piece was wrapped to ensure its safe arrival. Thank you very much. Deborah Predzin

Ron

I bought the ""Ancient Blessing"" sculpture as a gift for a relative with a serious illness. She was very touched by it and commented on how it felt delicate and firm at the same time. Thank you to Ning for crafting such a beautiful and meaningful sculpture.
 
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