Published at Tuesday, August 28th 2018. by Tammi Jensen in Candle Holders.
The first thing you should contemplate is how the light from the candle will fall on the holder itself. Some materials such as glass or crystal will refract the light, glowing under its gentle ministrations. Other materials are opaque, and will absorb the light of the flame. These include certain types of hardwood, slate, or bone.
A Wide range of Pillar Candles
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.
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.
Actually, candle holders have become so popular that many people use them as decoration although they never actually light the candles. Even unlit candles add beauty and elegance to a room. They somehow suggest the tranquility of the lit flame even when they are not.
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