The Urbania Tea Light collection from Danish design icon, Kahler, comprises tea light holders handmade into the shapes of various urban buildings (in this case, the Church). The candleholders are purchased individually, and may be combined into beautiful small cityscapes (see variations shown above). Each is handcrafted from Dolomite Ceramic. The deep white structures take their natural color from the clay that has simply been refined with a transparent glaze. The contemporary design of these tea light holders is born from collaboration between celebrated Danish designers Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker. The Urbania series also includes three larger coordinating lanterns designed for regular candles (search for „Urbania Candle House“). It is Kahler’s mission to create accessible art for the people. Now a leading Scandinavian design brand, their roots go back to 1839 as a small Danish pottery producer. For more than 175 years, their tradition has been to collaborate with significant artists to provide distinctive and contemporary collections. Kahler is firmly established as part of Danish cultural heritage, and they strive to preserve history and traditions in each handmade design. Only use tea lights in foil cups. Always place the tea light in the center 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. Never cover the Tea Light House when the tea light is lit. Width: 100mm (3.9 In.) Height: 180mm (7.1 In.)
Contemporary Scandinavian design ceramic tea light holder. Use on its own or build a cityscape with the other buildings available (see variations).
Handmade from naturally white dolomite ceramic, with a clear glaze.
Created for Khaler by Danish designers Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker.
Width: 100mm (3.9 In.) Height: 180mm (7.1 In.)
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