|Product Dimensions||18.01 x 18.01 x 11.99 cm; 698.53 Grams|
|Item Weight||699 g|
Hashcart Traditional Tea Light Candle Holder/Soapstone Candle Light Holder Set/Designer Votive Candle Holder Stand/Table Decorative Candle Holders for Home Living Room & Office
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||18 x 18 x 12 centimetres|
|Item weight||1.54 Pounds|
About this item
- Made up of Soapstone, variations in color & veins are appreciated as natural stone.
- Dimension - Diameter - 3.74 Inch and Height - 7 Inch and Weight 780 Gram
- Gorgeous T - light candle holder with lid made of soap stone in the shape of pot hand crafted by skilled artisans from Agra.
- The wonderful openwork pattern allows the flicker of flame from your tea light to shine through and give a soft and gentle glow to your room.
- A beautiful accent for your living room decor comes in the form of this artistically designed.
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An intricately carved candle holder/tealight holder sculpture... the pièce de résistance amongst all tealight holders... See the magic come alive in the dark when you place a tealight inside the stone sculpture. The intricately carved patterns get imposed on the surface, on which you keep the sculpture. The candle/tealight holder has been handmade in traditional Indian jali work or openwork carving (intricate latticework having a pattern of openings), hand-carved by artisans in Agra, the city of the Taj Mahal, also famous for stone carving and inlay-work handicrafts. These arts have been practiced and handed down within artisan families since ancient Mughal times. The beauty of the detailed, intricate carving work is the reason for their immense popularity
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Reviewed in the United States on 30 November 2018