5" Square Candleholder Stand

$32.95 USD
Item# 627152
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Product Features

  • Excellent space saver for multiple craft displays
  • Showcase your favorite glass display with secured hinges
  • Provides versatility for craft or candle use
  • Place candle in front or behind to showcase glass creation
  • 5" inch frame; fits a standard votive candle

Product Description

Light up your glass art with the glow of a candle to create incredible home decor. What a fantastic way to display your glass art. Black wrought iron stands include a 2-1/2" diameter candle holder to accommodate a variety of candles. Sizes may vary slightly, candle not included.

Delphi Tip: To ensure a perfect fit, buy your frame first. Each frame may vary slightly in fit due to manufacturing or finishing. The best way to make sure that your project fits a frame neatly is to purchase the frame first, then adjust the pattern as needed to fit the opening in the frame.

Fused glass project below is by artist Melanie Churchill and the stained glass project is by a Delphi artist.

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Pros : I really like this product. Very typical of glass stands, very plain, doesn't take away from the glass, sturdy. I think it fits a slightly larger piece of glass better so the versatility of that is more appealing to me. Finish seems good, hasn't chipped or anything yet. I travel to shows and it's been thru 3 so far. Hope it will continue to hold the finish without chipping.
Cons : Can hold glass larger than 5" and be a tighter fit. Seems to me the fit of glass should be tighter, but tha is not necessarily a bad thing.
Other Thoughts : The price is higher than I would like to pay. Not much more metal than a regular stand and would like to see the price drop or buy during a sale.
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