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    Born in Sweden

    €79.90

    Candlestick Stumpastaken

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    The stump stick will now return to the Design Square! A stylish and practical candlestick specially designed for light stubs, short candles, small candles, heat candles or brand new candles. With all candles lit, a large carpet is formed of flames that spread a fantastic glow. The stub can not catch fire when the candles burn. Designed by Jonas Torstensson for Born in Sweden.As a complement to the Stump stick we sell a grid, which can be used for the sticks and you can then keep food and drinks warm. Perfect for teapot or Christmas mulled wine! Made of 100% recycled aluminum.Cleaning: First, peel off any loose candle without scraping. Then place the candle light upside down on a sheet covered with aluminum foil. Set it in the oven for about 15 minutes at 90-100 degrees and the candle will drain out onto the foil. Dry the sticks dry with paper towels before the candle solidifies. No water is needed.Available in two sizes.
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    Product information
    Item number 1008023
    Color Aluminium
    Width 30 cm
    Height 4 cm
    Depth 30 cm
    Brand Born in Sweden
    Designer Jonas Torstensson
    Material Recycled aluminium
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    Born in Sweden

    Born in Sweden was founded in 2008, with a clear intention to develop nice looking design items for an international market. The idea is that their items shall not only have a function, but also a twist which makes you smile.

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    Jonas Torstensson

    Jonas Torstensson is a trained industrial designer with a degree from Konstfack in Stockholm. In 1985 he started working with art and design in his own company that went under the name Torstensson Design. A couple of years later, Jonas joined his father, the architect Lars Olof Torstensson. Together they founded the company Torstensson Art & Design AB, which came to accommodate architecture, art and design under one roof.

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