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An Owl stained glass candle holder (candle shelter) made of gold (belly), amber (sides), and chocolate (head and bottom) stained glass and two light amber glass nuggets. The candle holder has a fully enclosed tray made of the same glass Owl's sides are made of that holds the candle so it won't slide off by accident.

The lantern was made using the copper foil or "Tiffany" style method - so no lead came was used. The seams are patinaed into grey/black color. The footprint is approximately 2.75 x 2.75 inches, width is 4.5 inches, height is 5.25 inches.

THIS ITEM IS MADE TO ORDER and, therefore, might differ slightly from the photo. If you'd like to order it in a different color combination please convo me.

I have other Owl night lights and candle holders in my shop: http://etsy.me/1bpZD3B .

I photographed this candle holder in different lighting to better display the glass that I used. Glass can look very different under different lighting, color changes can be very drastic. I try to provide photos in various lighting conditions to give people better idea of what my pieces look like.

All my works are my original designs and are handmade - truly OOAK. I hold copyright to all the patterns unless otherwise stated. Please do not reproduce my designs without my permission. If you would like to use one of my patterns to make stained glass, please contact me.

Stained Glass Candle Holder Votive Tea Light Owl Brown Amber Handmade OOAK



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stained glass, glass nugget
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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