Nero Freestanding Hurricane Candle Holder

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The blomus NERO Freestanding Hurricane Candle Holder, pillar candle holder adds the unique radiance of candlelight to any space.Perfect framework...perfect design.

The NERO line features black matte powder-coated steel frames combined with clear glass for a comforting material mix.Candle not included.

Blomus White Pillar Candle 2"x6" fits perfectly and can be purchased separately.The NERO range features 26 designs which can be mixed and matched to illuminate your space.

Black Matte Powder Coated Steel
Clear Glass
Candle Not Included, 65594 Suggested
2 Year Manufactures Defect
Designed By Floz

Powder Coated Steel

Small: 8L x 8W x 35H inches/ 12.1 Lbs
Large: 8L x 8W x 47H inches/ 13.7 Lbs

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