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Pair of Hand-forged Iron Sabbath Candle Holders

Pair of Hand-forged Iron Sabbath Candle Holders

By Blackthorne Forge

Regular price $120.00 USD
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Forged in iron using traditional techniques and modern tools at his forge in Vermont, blacksmith Steve Bronstein blends a centuries-old craft with contemporary design in this pair of candle holders for the Sabbath. A Mogen David is cut into the base.

Product Details

  • Hand forged in Vermont by Steve Bronstein
  • Natural oil-rubbed finish
  • Sold as a matched pair
  • Candles not included
  • Product type: Candle Holder
  • Shipping Dimensions: 9.0 × 3.0 × 3.0 inches
    (22.9 × 7.6 × 7.6 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 3.0 lb (48.0 oz; 1361 g)
  • SKU010006724

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About the Artist, Steve Bronstein

Steve Bronstein - Blackthorne Forge

Blackthorne Forge is owned and operated by Vermont blacksmith Steven Bronstein. He and his helpers have been creating functional and sculptural ironwork for over 40 years.

Relying on the qualities that make iron such a beautiful material, Steven’s pieces are both delicate and rugged. Blacksmiths have a three thousand year tradition that has changed and grown with the ages. This capacity to adapt and evolve with the changing designs of the day is the blacksmith’s greatest strength.

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