STOCKHOLM 2017 Tealight holder/vase, blue,

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Tealight holder or vase? It all depends on which side you turn upwards. Made by skilled hands in the same sea blue tone as the serving plate and serving bowl in the STOCKHOLM 2017 collection.

Article Number003.394.59

Product details

Vase or candleholder? It depends on which side you choose to have facing up.

Handmade by skilled craftspeople, making each one unique.

Designer

Gunnel Sahlin

Article Number003.394.59
  • Material
    Glass
    Care

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

    Handwash only.

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Height: 12 cm

Diameter: 10 cm

  • STOCKHOLM 2017Article Number003.394.59

    Length: 12 cm

    Weight: 0.40 kg

    Diameter: 10 cm

    Package(s): 1

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Material

Carefully shaped by skilled glassblowers

To make our mouth blown glass, we collaborate with skilled glassblowers who have developed the art of creating finished products over many years. At the glassworks, the glassblower gathers molten glass on a pipe and carefully shapes the glass. The talent, experience and creativity put into production makes each product personal – a piece of art in your home.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"When I created the mouthblown and handmade tealight holder/vase in the STOCKHOLM 2017 collection, I had food and table settings in mind. The tealight lantern gives the candle some height without obscuring the person in front of you. And when you turn the tealight lantern upside down, you get a perfect vase for small floral arrangements. Maybe a rose from the garden or small flowers from a meadow? The blue colour is inspired by the sea - I love the water’s movement when light meets glass."

Designer Gunnel Sahlin