candleholder


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can·dle·hold·er

 (kăn′dl-hōl′dər)
n.
A holder for a candle or candles.
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The next craft patrons made was a wine glass candleholder.
Examples of projects include a tabletop candleholder, a water feature, a wood-burning firepit, a garden swing, and a birdhouse.
He also broke a glass candleholder before calling a taxi and leaving.
Jews mark each of the eight days of Hanukkah by lighting candles on a menorah, or candleholder.
The tips are: Treat the Diva (candle) as you |would any other flame; Use only enough ghee (clari-|fied butter) to last your Puja (worship); | Place it in a suitable fire resist-|ant candleholder and do not leave it unattended; Keep the flame a safe distance |from curtains, furniture or decorations at all times.
The heat and flame can cause the glass candleholder to shatter.
Later examples, like the ones shown here, generally fall into the pounds 20-pounds 40 price bracket, but as a lot of neodymium glass goes unrecognised, you can occasionally pick it up quite cheaply: the ashtray cost me pounds 3 at an antiques fair, while the candleholder was just pounds 1 from a flea market.
To give off a fresh atmosphere choose the Body Shop's cranberry candle, which comes in a festive red candleholder with pretty Christmas trees.
One candle is lit each night in a special candleholder called a Menorah.
Have a piece of lumber cut down to your desired candleholder size.
Bould created the Twist Vase and Twist Pillar Candleholder in Nambe metal and here adopts a graceful form into a magical full-lead crystal votive.
For women, five Dove combinations span the brand's range of body and bath products, with the most expensive containing a ceramic candleholder for the full bathtime relaxation experience.