Published at Tuesday, August 28th 2018. by Etta Day in Candle Holders.
One of most common types of candleholder is the votive candleholder. You see these many times in homes, restaurants, and in religious settings. Votive candleholders are usually a simple cup made of glass. They also come in a frosted or colored glass.
Candle holders can be made from many kinds of materials including clay, ceramics, brass, iron, aluminum, silver, gold, glass, wood, and rock salt. They can be as simple as a flat dish or small cup to an elaborate and expensive chandelier. They can hold a single candle or multiple candle according to your liking.
Choices abound for candle holders so you may need to narrow down your options. Think about the types of candles you plan on using. The location and the purpose can also dictate what is best.
Whether your home looks like it has been hit by a time machine from the 1970s or is modern, clean and elegant, there will be a pillar candle holder to match. By this I mean that pillar candle work in any home, not one particular style.
Candle holders have been with us since before the time of Christ, probably since the invention of the candle. Archaeologists have discovered candleholders made of clay dating back to 400 B.C.. They are mentioned in stories of Moses, Babylon, ancient Rome, and through out history.
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