Present Time Hexagon Cork Candle Holders - Set of 3 [D]

by Red Candy
£34.50 £16
+£3.95 standard delivery
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Product description

This set of 3 Hexagon Cork Candle Holders makes for a fantastic addition to your home! Each candle holder features a unique geometric shape that echoes style and function all at once. These are made from durable cork and are ideal for use with a traditional candle or a tealight candle.

You can display them in one group or separate them throughout your home. They're perfect for comfortable baths or for quiet evenings dining with your special someone. Keep a set for your home or give as a present to friends or family.

Features:
Materials Used: Cork, Metal
High quality craftsmanship
Beautiful, elegant design
Chic and stylish
Comes in a set of 3
Unique geometric shape

Dimensions:
Sizes:
8 cm x 8 cm
6 cm x 10 cm
8 cm x 10 cm

Product code:8454
Colours:brown/beige
Materials:metal
GTIN:8714302626081

Delivery and returns

This item is sold and dispatched directly by Red Candy.

DestinationDelivery cost
Mainland UK - standard delivery £3.95
Mainland UK - next working day delivery (order before 12pm) £6.95

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About the brand

Present Time is a super brand factory that creates gifts and home decoration items.

Present Time’s mission is to allow contemporary design to add fun and a personal touch to life. You may have heard of the brands that they encompass: Kaleidoscoop, Clockwork, Karlsson and Leitmotiv.

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