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Tripod Candle Holder,Container Candles,Candleholder

Tripod Candle Holder,Container Candles,Candleholder

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: brass
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 19 people
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Tripod Candleholder handmade exclusively from oxidized brass

Code: 1183

Item details:
Height: 10cm
Weight: 390gr

As this item is hand made, measurements, surface texture and colour (patina) may vary slightly

More items and designs at https://www.etsy.com/shop/evangelidesbrass

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Tripods (from the Greek 'tripous', meaning 'three footed') were given in Homer's 'Iliad' and 'Odyssey' as prizes for winning in games or as gifts exchanged between hosts and guests.

In the Classical period, vases show that they continued to be awarded as prizes for athletic competitions. In Apollo's oracular sanctuary in Delphi, the priestess (called the Pythia) would sit in a tripod and inhale laurel fumes before delivering her prophetic utterances.

Our collection of bronze tripods in various sizes would be suitable for holding plants or candles or for burning incense. Alternatively, they are free-standing pieces in their own right.
Tripod Candleholder handmade exclusively from oxidized brass

Code: 1183

Item details:
Height: 10cm
Weight: 390gr

As this item is hand made, measurements, surface texture and colour (patina) may vary slightly

More items and designs at https://www.etsy.com/shop/evangelidesbrass

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Tripods (from the Greek 'tripous', meaning 'three footed') were given in Homer's 'Iliad' and 'Odyssey' as prizes for winning in games or as gifts exchanged between hosts and guests.

In the Classical period, vases show that they continued to be awarded as prizes for athletic competitions. In Apollo's oracular sanctuary in Delphi, the priestess (called the Pythia) would sit in a tripod and inhale laurel fumes before delivering her prophetic utterances.

Our collection of bronze tripods in various sizes would be suitable for holding plants or candles or for burning incense. Alternatively, they are free-standing pieces in their own right.

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