reindeer candle globe

6 Reviews
$32.00

Details

Add a tealight, and the glow from this wooden candle holder will illuminate a room and bring the peace and quiet of winter. The rustic globes are turned on a lathe, and the detailing is carved by hand. The reindeer foraging in the forest is complemented with a carved star, which sheds warm, soft light.
Item#: 1529
Size: 3.75" diam
Made In: Germany
Material: wood

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Ratings & Reviews

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Perfect

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Beautifully made quality carved wood. I love this piece and ordered another for a gift!

Just what I hoped for

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I've been looking for a lovely, wooden candle-y thing for Christmas that wouldn't break my budget, so I was so excited when I received an email telling me it was back in stock. My son loves it, too, and we tacitly take turns, when the other isn't looking, turning the sweet reindeer image toward ourselves at the dining room table. I'm pleased that it comes with a little glass votive for tea lights candles... though I haven't yet taken the time to dig out the little votive after the candle melted down, so since that first or second lighting, we've just been using a little electric tea-lights. I also love that we can use it throughout winter since it's not explicitly a Christmas image.

Reindeer Candle Globe is Beautiful!

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This is absolutely wonderful! Beautifully made, just perfect. This is a wonderful gift.

Beautiful !

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Beautiful !

Beautiful but possibly not sturdy

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The candle globe is lovely, but may not hold up to use. It is constructed in two halves which are carefully planed smooth and then glued together. After just three uses, however, burning only the tiny tea light that came with it, the seam between the halves became quite visible, as though the glue is weakening from the heat. We will save it only for the winter holiday season, and not use it more than a few times per year, but already it seems that it will not be the long-running winter tradition we had hoped for.