Travertine clover candleholder (1) (1)
Clover candleholder inspired by the clover leafs shape, made of travertine on a marble base. Suitable for a long candle. It brings luck, apparently.
Diameter: 8,5 cm
Inside diameter: 2,2 cm
Height: 4 cm
lead time: 20 business days
NOTE: Each of our products is different due to the uniqueness of natural stone. No two Braniks are the same. In the classic collection, you choose a product, but not a specific item.
Travertine is a porous sedimentary rock formed by the precipitation of calcium carbonate when groundwater flows to the surface. It is formed in limestone areas, near tectonic faults, karst caves and hot springs. The word travertine comes from the Italian word "Travertino" and is associated with the Tivoli district near Rome. An excellent example of the use of travertines (and the longevity of stone) is the Colosseum - almost entirely made of this material. Travertine has been in use since at least the First Dynasty of Egypt in 3200 BC.
Each candleholder is different due to the uniqueness of the stone. Stone is a natural material and subtle imperfections may occur.