Candle holder metal stampings. Used in the making of candelabras, or sometimes known as candle trees. Single term is candlestick. Illumination, religious rituals, or decorative purposes are the main uses for candle holders. Tall candlesticks and altar lamps are often found in churches. A special candelabrum found in many Jewish homes is the Hanukiah, the Hanukkah menorah. The hanukiah has holders for 8 candles, plus an extra candle for lighting the others. These stampings can be used individually OR in combination with each other or with a candle tray. Common taller, thin candles are what fit into these candle holders with the exception being the C1 which holds the votive candles. Scroll down and look at the classy and elegant combination of the W1, W1A, and W1B.
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Special Order Production Runs can be done for most of the metal stampings we offer. Heavier Steel, Aluminum, Brass, and Copper may be available.
Email Scott Thamert at firstname.lastname@example.org for a pricing and quantity order requirement quote. Depending on the material and thickness, 200 to 500 quantity ordered (per stamping) is typically needed to do a Special Order Production Run.
Click on Specifications tab (to the right of Item Description tab) on each individual metal stampings page to see what materials and what thicknesses the stamping can be produced in.
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The W1, W1A, and W1B together make a nice combination (bottom piece is the W1A, middle piece is the W1B, and the actual piece that holds the candle is the top piece W1)
We have no minimum quantity requirement, just a minimum $10 order requirement.