These tea light candle holders were cut from pieces of reclaimed scrap wood left over from projects at the Vermont Woodworking School. Parts of the holder are left "rough" just as they arrived from the sawmill. Most have a beautifully bright painted end, used to distinguish pieces of lumber at the lumberyard. You are buying a single holder chosen at random from our stock. Each will vary slightly in shape, size, color and species of wood. If you see a specific candle holder you like, contact us via our custom order form and we'll our best to accommodate you.
The holder measures between 1 &3/4 inches and 2" inches thick. Lengths vary between 3 inches and 4 &1/2 inches. Widths vary between 3& 1/2 inches and 4 inches.
They are finished with an oil and polyurethane mix. They come with one tea light included. Use tea lights that have a metal or glass container, do not burn bare candles in these candle holders.
Candle safety tips from National Fire Protection Association
Blow out all candles when you leave the room or go to bed. Avoid the use of candles in the bedroom and other areas where people may fall asleep.
Keep candles at least 12 inches away from anything that can burn.
Think about using flameless candles in your home. They look and smell like real candles.
If you do burn candles, make sure that you...
Use candle holders that are sturdy, and won’t tip over easily.
Put candle holders on a sturdy, uncluttered surface.
Light candles carefully. Keep your hair and any loose clothing away from the flame.
Don’t burn a candle all the way down — put it out before it gets too close to the holder or container.
Never use a candle if oxygen is used in the home.
Have flashlights and battery-powered lighting ready to use during a power outage. Never use candles.