Quintal Candle

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Quintal with a quarter candle
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Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining Unglazed bottom
Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining Unglazed bottom
Unglazed bottom
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Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining
Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining
Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining Quintal with a quarter candle
Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining Quintal with a quarter candle
Quintal with a quarter candle
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Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining Pastel Yellow Ceramics!
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Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining Image courtesy of Shapeways Instagram
Quintal Candle 3d printed Sculptures Dining Image courtesy of Shapeways Instagram
Image courtesy of Shapeways Instagram
A double quintal candle stand to celebrate the five ceramic colors and two finishes.
Two rings with five arms hold each other tightly.

It really shows off the very smooth quality of the new ceramics!

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Notes:
The bottom remains unglazed, in normal use this is not visible and even provides some grip.
Suitable for short (half length) candles with a diameter of about 22mm.
With a full length candle it is likely to topple over and might not visually match.

Please handle with care and do not to let the flame get to low/close to the stand.
I recommend to add a little wax between the candle and the stand so it sits tightly,
and/or wrap the bottom of candle with aluminium foil.
cm: 6.596 w x 6.302 d x 3.486 h
in: 2.597 w x 2.481 d x 1.372 h

Comments

 
"Please handle with care and do not to let the flame get to low/close to the stand." I'm surprised that there's no bottom to sit the candle. Of course without stand the design is symetrical, and the shape alone is great (I like it a lot), but with a candle we don't see the bottom, so I wonder: Wouldn't it be safer and more pratical with a ceramic stand at the bottom, while keeping the same look once the candle inserted ?
December 26, 2013, 9:39 am
This model is featured on our homepage today!
November 7, 2013, 8:21 pm
Featured you on the blog today, Stijn! http://shpws.me/pxPd
October 21, 2013, 6:56 pm
Great design :) .
March 3, 2013, 1:59 pm
 
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