URBANIA CITY HOUSE

Tea Light Candle Holder

$54.95

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Description

With its deep-white colour, the graceful, small city house from the Urbania series adorns any home. The modern and stringent look of the light house softens the light of the tea light that emits rays of light through the hand-carved windows. Group the Urbania light houses in a beautiful design tableau and let the tea light fill your home with sparkling light and lively shadows.

Dimensions: 9cm wide x 10.5cm high

Material: Porcelain

Designed by Becker & Bache

Only use tea lights in foil cups. Always place the tea light in the centre of the tea light house. Always place the tea light house on a non-flammable surface. Do not touch or move the tea light house, when the tea light is lit, as it may be very hot. Only use tea lights that burn for up to 4 hours. To avoid fire, never cover the tea light house when the tea light is lit.Only use tea lights in foil cups. Always place the tea light in the centre of the tea light house. Always place the tea light house on a non-flammable surface. Do not touch or move the tea light house, when the tea light is lit, as it may be very hot. Only use tea lights that burn for up to 4 hours. To avoid fire, never cover the tea light house when the tea light is lit.

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ABOUT KAHLER DESIGN
Kähler represents Nordic design and gastronomy, coupled with the great respect for its 175-year-old heritage and tradition – a brand universe in which all are welcome, where the emphasis is on authentic experience.
It has now been fully 175 years since the first Kähler vase was turned at the little pottery workshop in Næstved. It was the beginning of a unique design adventure that would leave its mark on the world. Kähler’s ceramics made an impression at the 1889 World Exhibition in Paris – at which the Eiffel Tower was inaugurated.

The historic Kähler workshop was a meeting place for many of the very greatest Danish artist, such as Thorvald Bindesbøll, Svend Hammershøi and Kai Nielsen.
Many talented ceramic painters have been affiliated with the historic Kähler workshop, including a number of women who played an important role.