Brighten Your Décor With An Antique Candle Holder
An antique candle holder is an extremely versatile decorative item. You could use it with perfumed candles to create a romantic mood, or light up white candles to bring in a festive spirit. Candle holders and glass votive candle holders also make wonderful gifts. Here are 7 antique candle holders with a distinctive style.
CBK Wall Mounted Candle Holders in Antique Rust (Set of 2)
Bring a touch of the ancient to your décor with these iron wall mounted candle holders. They have an antique rust finish, and an open filigree and scroll design.
CBK Casa Cristina 4 Arm Candle Holder in Antique Gold
This iron candle holder with an antique gold finish, has a scroll design and a floral medallion accent. It has four arms and a footed base. It can hold 5 candles.
Kichler – 78093 Burnished Silver / Antique Marble Finish Candle Holders
Add a hint of formality to your room with these candle holders that are inspired by the designs of 18th Century Europe. They have delicate scrollwork, the beauty of which is brought out by the use of a burnished silver and antique marble finish.
Varaluz Mountain Moose Transitional Candle Holder
This unique mountain moose candleholder will attract the attention of all. It is made from recycled steel and has an antique brown finish. It holds the candles on its antlers.
Antique Mirror Double Sconce Candle Holder (Metal)
Dare to be different with this classic candle holder with a mirror in the background. This is reminiscent of the time before electricity was discovered!
CBK Candle Holders with Cast Base in Copper ( Set of 2 ) 43607
If you are an explorer at heart, you will love this enchanting candleholder in the shape of the world. It has an iron construction with an antique gold and copper finish. It can hold two candles.
Antique Brass Candle Holder
This adorable candle holder is perfect for lighting up your room on special occasions or to add a historic flavor to your patio.
Antique candle holders will put the finishing touch on your home decor before your guests come in to town for the holidays. If you’re the visitor the season, they also make a great gift for your hosts!
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