Holmegaard candlesticks are characterized by stylish design, combined with good and functional performance. One of the oldest Holmegaard candleholders is the Lotus candleholder. This Holmegaard candleholder is shaped like a flower of soft sheets in two layers with the tealight in the center.
Charlotte Amalie candlesticks from Holmegaard
?Are you looking for a simple, elegant but still exclusive candlestick, the Charlotte Amalie candlestick from Holmegaard is a perfect choice. The Per Lütken Charlotte Amalie series was designed in 1981, but the candlestick were first put into production in 2011. Quickly they became very popular.
In 1981 Per Lütken designed the Charlotte Amalie wine glasses, which have ever since been a great success for Holmegaard. He also designed the candlesticks to the series, which Holmegaard put into production in 2011 and from the start they were as great a succes as the glasses. The candlesticks differs from other Holmegaard candlesticks by being more tobby and for ordinary candles instead of tealights. All other Holmegaard candlesticks, which are in production at this time, are for tealights and even though tealights are beautiful and practical, there is a different elegance of a pair of tall candlesticks with tall candles. Perhaps many have missed Holmegaard candlesticks for tall candles, which has contributed to the popularity of Charlotte Amalie candlesticks.
Cocoon candleholders from Holmegaard
The Cocoon series grows bigger and bigger! It started with vases, then came bowls and dishes, then wine glasses and finally the candleholders. The small round Cocoon tealight holders have a beautiful simplicity about it, just like the other products in the series. Cocoon tealight holders differs from the other parts of the series by being made of transparent glass, so we can really enjoy the candle and see how the light plays with clear glass. Holmegaard Cocoon candleholders are all in bright pastel colours which are ideal for summer in the cottage, as they can be both inside and outside - they light up in the twilight either on the table, on the terrace or along the driveway / entrance. Holmegaard Cocoon tealight holders were first published in 2009 and since then some colours have been discontinued and others have come. Cocoon was designed by renowned glass artist Peter Svarrer.
Light Bottle candleholders allow you to have candles standing both inside and outside. The light is protected from the wind, so you can leave it on the terrace or at the doorstep without having to light it over and over again when a gust of wind blows it out.