Peony Navy Pearl
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Peony Navy Pearl Candle Bowl
The Peony Navy Pearl Candle bowl is available a selection of colours : Cream/Gold, Black/Gold, Navy/Gold, Navy/Pearl and Grey/Pearl.
Quirky and contemporary, the organic shape of the Peony is inspired by Summer gardens. The gentle sculptured bowl feels soft and smooth to the touch.
The gentle sculptured bowl feels soft and smooth to the touch. By working with porcelain, we can achieve a delicate and refined finished. The soft matte porcelain outer provides a striking contrast to the gilded inner.
Objet Luxe create “The Jewellery of The Home” and the candle holders are a perfect example of our attention to detail.
A flickering candle is the best way to create a warm and inviting atmosphere in any room. From tea lights to tapered candles, church candles to indulgent scented ones. They all have the power to turn your house into a home.
Candles & votive holders come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, from elegant and unusual to quirky and contemporary. Regardless of style, each as the ability to create a gentle ambience and an enchanting glow.
Objet Luxe design and make a wide selection of candle holders and votives.
We use tall palm candle holders to create height and structure when creating a formal tablescape. When the candles are light, the palm leaves from the candle holders create shadows over the table, generating an extra layer of intrigue. For a more informal setting we love to scatter votives across the table, creating a pocket of light for each guest, especially when dining al fresco.
Once your candle is lit inside, the The Peony Navy Pearl will be illuminated with a gentle flickering reflection.When working with porcelain, it takes patience as well as skill. We create beautiful porcelain bowls to accentuate candle light in your home by using stunning gold or silver pearl internal finishes.
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