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Salvaged Wood Tea Light Holder - Unique Table Centerpiece - Handmade Candleholder

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Naturally weathered pallet wood shines again. This rustic-meets-modern tea light holder is made for the center of your table. The salvaged wood's charms are preserved - splits, cracks, and old nails give it a unique character. No two look alike thanks to the variety of marks and grain. Three glass tea light holders and white tea lights are included.

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Reclaimed pallet wood
Holds three standard tea lights
Soft felt feet - safe for all surfaces

10 1/4" (L) x 3 1/4" (W) x 1 1/4" (H)

Unsealed reclaimed wood can have rough edges. Some pieces include original nails and other pieces of hardware that can be sharp. Please handle with care.

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Salvaged Wood Tea Light Holder - Unique Table Centerpiece - Handmade Candleholder

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: reclaimed pallet lumber, glass tea light holders
  • Feedback: 2 reviews
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