A Creative Cast Iron Candle Holder: Aye Aye! From Emko

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Inspired by the Industrial Revolution and sea exploration, the Aye Aye! cast iron candle holder brings a bold accent to the dining table or windowsill. Designed by the etc.etc. studio for Lithuanian brand Emko, the candle holders combine creativity and function. The cast iron material is durable and tough, while the beautiful, navy-themed colors provide the opportunity to bring a touch of brightness to any décor. Whether used on their own or arranged in a fleet, the Aye Aye! design reminds of an age of ocean exploration and adventure, becoming the perfect conversation starter.

The cast iron candle holder comes with one, two, three, and four funnels, and in an array of colors that include black and gray as well as wine red or navy blue. Compatible with tea-light candles as well as larger taper candles, the design offers the ideal solution to brighten a room. In more ways than one. Coming soon in our shop. Images courtesy of Emko.

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