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Iron Candle Holders

This wall sconce comes with an iron hanging nail that allows for easy installation, making it a breeze to transform any wall into a focal point in your living space. The black iron finish adds an element of elegance, while the minimalist design adds a touch of modernity to your home decor.

Whether you're looking to create a cozy ambiance in your living room, a relaxing atmosphere in your bedroom, or a romantic vibe in your dining room, this candle holder is the perfect solution. And unlike electric lamps, this candle holder is a nod to the past, adding a touch of old-world charm to any room.

In a world where electricity is ubiquitous, this Iron Candle Holder Wall Sconce stands out as a statement piece that harkens back to simpler times. So why not add a touch of warmth and ambiance to your home with this beautiful and functional candle holder?

How to put your taper on your new candle holder - warm up the base of your candle by soaking it in some warm to hot-ish water for a minute. This will soften the wax enough that you can push the taper into the holder without chipping or breaking the bottom.

About Fredericks and Mae

Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. They are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. We are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround ourselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go. 

Fredericks & Mae is helmed by Gabriel Fredericks Cohen and Jolie Mae Signorile. The two met through a shared love of materials. Fredericks & Mae started in the piles of feathers, thread, gold and paper that filled their first studio in 2007.