Double candle holder 2.21.2 - green
This product is currently sold out.
2.21 is a double candleholder, it can hold both a tea light and a candlestick depending on the side on which it is set.
This object is made in 3D printing from recycled and recyclable plastic bottles and compostable bioplastic made from corn starch (rPETG + PLA).
For more information on the production and the materials used, go here.
- Height: approx. 8.5 cm
- Width: approx. 5.5 cm
- Diameter of tea light side: approx. 4 cm
- Diameter of candle side: approx. 22 mm
- Made in France
The material may present irregularities inherent to the 3D printing technique. They should not be considered as defects.
Dust with a dry and soft cloth.
Be careful not to let the candle burn all the way down - remove the candle when it reaches 3 cm above the candleholder, at the risk of melting the plastic and irreversibly altering the product. Do not leave the burning candle unsupervised.
A word from Stephanie
Warren & Laetitia contacted me several months ago to present their work. I am an ardent fan of their designs. I hope you like it so I can bring you more products from their collection. These candleholders are super practical. What gives super well is to have several of them and to vary between tealights and candlesticks of different heights.
About the brand
Warren & Laetitia is a design studio, they design everyday objects on which they propose to take a different look through three principles that guide their work: modularity, adjustability, and appropriation. Their studio is located in Paris. They work mainly with 3D printers, which allow them to test and research different materials. It is also a way to experiment with shapes, the main interest for them being to use 3D printing as a means of production and thus to create shapes that are linked to it. In other words to create shapes optimized for 3D printing production. This is one of the elements that guide them in the creation of their objects. They manufacture their objects only with recycled and/or recyclable materials such as PLA (made from corn starch) or r-PETG (made from recycled plastic bottles) produced in France and in Europe.