Ophelia Crystal Tea-Light Holder Black - Reflections Copenhagen
This extraordinary tealight holder has a facetted gemstone appearance that evokes an Art Deco sensibility. The Ophelia tealight holder is made from hand-cut crystals. The colourings of this tealight create a dramatic effect, with the black nightfall-shaded cube set on a clear and refined square crystal base, with lavish vertical engravings. A true avant-garde finish.
Reflections Copenhagen suggest that you pair this tealight with other tealight holders from the Ophelia collection.
Material: Fine hand cut crystal Dimensions: 7.8 x 9 x 9cm (HxWxD) Hole Diameter: 4cm Weight: 1.1kg Colour: Black/Clear
*Please note, all Reflections Copenhagen products have been individually hand produced with unique artisan techniques. All the irregularities and inconsistencies that you may find are part of its unique hand-crafted character and beauty.
ABOUT REFLECTIONS COPENHAGEN
Andrea Larsson is a self-taught designer born in Copenhagen in 1972 with a background in interior design and fashion. In 2015 she founded Reflections Copenhagen with her previous partner Julie Hugau, with the intention of creating something nontraditional, by using the reflections of the natural light. The inspiration to Reflections Copenhagen comes from Andreas own observations, photos and countless sketches, and with these ideas she started to create products that appeals to your senses.
Through an autonomous experimenting design approach and use of strong materials Reflections Copenhagen pioneer the creative field to create the highest aesthetic designs, which unite exquisite materials and geometric shapes to form functional art objects.
The Reflections Copenhagen designs are balanced to challenge the traditional styles, colours and shapes of today’s décor by adding new dimensions and possibilities to interior decorating. All irregularities and inconsistencies are part of the particular handcrafted character and elegance.
The initial idea to create Reflections Copenhagen came out of the feeling that there was a need for something different, something to counteract the traditional and a desire to be able to create a fusion of dynamic Reflections, which appeal to unconventional ways of using the perfect combination of decór and art