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This candle holder by Ichendorf Milano (Italy) is from the imagination of a Milanese designer Alessandra Baldereschi and was handmade by talented craftspeople. Look at this lovely little squirrel next to a festive wish tree! 

 

Imaginative, playful, and chic, Ichendorf Milano (Italy) is a visionary glassware brand that fuses history, tradition, talent and creativity. 

 

The Ichendorf Milano company, a manufacturer of the glass segment, designs recognizable table accessories with authentic and original design and high quality.  The history of the company history began in Quadrath-Ichendorf, Germany, where the master glassmakers gave shape to objects able to meet the refined taste of that period. In 1990, Ichendorf moves to Milan and starts collaborating with cosmopolitan artists and designers. Ichendorf is constantly looking for the perfect combination of tradition, craftsmanship and innovation, and gives life to delicate, refined and design products thanks to the use of elaborate techniques and precious materials.


DESIGN: Alessandra Baldereschi

 

NOTE: Dishwasher safe at low temperatures (40 °C/104 °F recommended)

 

MATERIAL: Handmade and lampworked borosilicate glass

 

DIMENSIONS: H. 10 cm, Dia 11 cm 

 

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION: Ichendorf Milano (Italy)

 

DISCLAIMER: Due to the handmade nature of the product, there might be slight variations in the finish of each piece. Little bubbles or lines might be found in the glass as a result of the handmade process and are not considered defects. The figurines may also look slightly different from the image presented here depending on the master that produced the piece. 

Wish Tree and Lively Squirrel Candle Holder, Woodland Tales

$58.00 Regular Price
$40.60Sale Price
  • Machine wash at low temperatures or handwash

  • DISCLAIMER: Due to the handmade nature of the product, there might be slight variations in the finish of each piece. Little bubbles or lines might be found in the glass as a result of the handmade process and are not considered defects. The figurines may also look slightly different from the image presented here depending on the master that produced the piece. 

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