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Seashell Tealight Candle Holder 2 -- Reserved for Diane

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Beautiful sea shell tealight candle holder that can be used anytime, anywhere. For a touch of romance or candlelight while you're soaking in a scented bath after a long day. Candlelight is a pretty, soft mode of lighting many people enjoy after a long, hard day. It is 7.25 inches long x 5 inches wide x 4.25 inches tall. Great for the wonderful-smelling tealights sold right here on Etsy, too.


This beautiful piece starts on an oval base with a tridacna species clam shell as its backdrop. The two halves are a matched pair. A Mexican flat is between the two halves with a brown & white sundial & faux pearls decorating it. On either side is brown & white turris shell, a sun dial, a brown latrious gibbucus, & a faux pearl. A votive candle cup with cinnamon candle is in center.

In front & around sides are variegated scallop shells, yellow ring-top cowries, fossil turetellas, white arks, umboniums, white cerithiums, little nutmeg shells, & more faux pearls. Around back center is a gold-mouth turbo, 2 more ring-top cowries, & a few more nutmeg shells. This is heavy & a little more expensive because of the whole clam shell. It's unique, all of my lights are one of a kind so you're buying someone something very special. Take care in burning candles at all times.

Weighs 2-3 lbs. Ships medium flat-rate & insured.

Thanks for looking, come back anytime.

Seashell Tealight Candle Holder 2 -- Reserved for Diane

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: seashells, wood, glass, wax candle
  • Feedback: 172 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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