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Skultuna

Set of 3 Kin Tealight Holders - Copper

$94
Skultuna

Set of 3 Kin Tealight Holders - Copper

SKTH023055045

$94
Description
This trio of tealight holders is part of a set of five designed by Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Skultuna, the Swedish metalsmith founded in 1607. The vessels are all the same size and crafted of the same material—gleaming copper, a tribute to the many copper kitchen utensils produced by Skultuna in the late 19th and 20th centuries—but each has its own distinct geometric shape, to create a grouping that the designers compare to close relatives: kin.
Detail
Material
Copper
Origin
Made in Sweden
Care
Clean with mild cleanser and soft, dry cloth
Dimensions
1.57 inches (diameter) x 1.77 inches (height)
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SKTH023055045
This trio of tealight holders is part of a set of five designed by Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Skultuna, the Swedish metalsmith founded in 1607. The vessels are all the same size and crafted of the same material—gleaming copper, a tribute to the many copper kitchen utensils produced by Skultuna in the late 19th and 20th centuries—but each has its own distinct geometric shape, to create a grouping that the designers compare to close relatives: kin. This trio of tealight holders is part of a set of five designed by Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Skultuna, the Swedish metalsmith founded in 1607. The vessels are all the same size and crafted of the same material—gleaming copper, a tribute to the many copper kitchen utensils produced by Skultuna in the late 19th and 20th centuries—but each has its own distinct geometric shape, to create a grouping that the designers compare to close relatives: kin. This trio of tealight holders is part of a set of five designed by Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Skultuna, the Swedish metalsmith founded in 1607. The vessels are all the same size and crafted of the same material—gleaming copper, a tribute to the many copper kitchen utensils produced by Skultuna in the late 19th and 20th centuries—but each has its own distinct geometric shape, to create a grouping that the designers compare to close relatives: kin. This trio of tealight holders is part of a set of five designed by Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Skultuna, the Swedish metalsmith founded in 1607. The vessels are all the same size and crafted of the same material—gleaming copper, a tribute to the many copper kitchen utensils produced by Skultuna in the late 19th and 20th centuries—but each has its own distinct geometric shape, to create a grouping that the designers compare to close relatives: kin. This trio of tealight holders is part of a set of five designed by Stockholm-based studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Skultuna, the Swedish metalsmith founded in 1607. The vessels are all the same size and crafted of the same material—gleaming copper, a tribute to the many copper kitchen utensils produced by Skultuna in the late 19th and 20th centuries—but each has its own distinct geometric shape, to create a grouping that the designers compare to close relatives: kin.