Malin Pebbles

By: Malin Pebbles  05/12/2011
Keywords: stone, Candle Holder

   Candle Holders

A nearly heart-shaped tealight holder made out of a stone from Roxtown Harbour, near Dunaff. It is hand cut and polished and a 40mm hole drilled for normal tea - or night lights. Tea light included. Size: 100x90 x35 high. Weight: 610g.

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Very decorative tealight holder, hand cut and highly polished grey quartzite with dark red markings from the Isle of Doagh, near Ballyliffin. A 40mm hole is drilled for normal tea - or night lights.Tea light included. Size: 95x75 x43mm high. Weight: 480g.

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This is a very attractive tealight holder from Malin Head, the northernmost point of Ireland in County Donegal. The grey and whitish streaked gneiss rock is hand polished to a silky sheen to allow the many tiny mica flakes to sparkle in the light. It is 135 x 75 x 55mm in size and weighs 945gms including candle.

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Another stone from Tullagh Bay, near Clonmany; a gray green striped candle holder with an insert that fits a candle the size of normal household candles (22mm). This candle holder is tumble polished and hand finished. Size: 55x50 x16mm high. Weight: 93g.

Small rectangular candle holder for candles the size of common household candles. It is a sedimentary stone striped in different shades of grey, from the Isle of Doagh (Co.Donegal) on Inishowen, the northernmost peninsula of Ireland. It is 135 x 75 x 55mm in size and weighs 90g. Candle not included.

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The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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