Faro Tealight Holder in Black, Wide
At A Glance:
With the FARO wind lantern, you can choose a home accessory that radiates a warm light and a friendly atmosphere both outdoors and inside your home. With its clear and uncomplicated form, the FARO wind lantern will blend seamlessly into virtually any furnishing design or concept. This is not to suggest this product is in any way ordinary; the contrast between its polystone base and satin-finished top section, lit by a candle, gives it an obvious appeal, which nevertheless remains slightly understated. Through the glass top, the tealight inside is well-protected from the wind, so that it can withstand even a cool autumn- or a fresh spring breeze. This three-pack set of lanterns would be ideal to bathe your garden- or living-room table get-togethers in a pleasant, soft light. Alternatively, you could deploy them at a garden party as additional reference points on a path or a small staircase. The FARO wind lantern incorporates a strong design utilizing quality materials. A stable black base prevents any sudden falls caused by slightly careless handling, and a brushed stainless steel ring keeps the heat-resistant glass cover properly in place.
- Overall Dimensions: 7.49" h x 2.76" w x 2.76" d
- Includes 1 mega tealight
- Indoor or outdoor use
- Frosted shade
Materials & Measurements
Materials: Stainless steel matt, satinized glass, polystone
Overall: 7.49" h x 2.76" w x 2.76" d
Assembly Required: No
About the Manufacturer
The history of blomus is both short and long. The origins of today's limited company date back as far as 1921. This was the year in which Karl Scheffer-Klute founded a company called SKS Sundern. 1961 saw the launch of SKS-Design, a company which, at this time, focused on gift items made from copper and brass. In the 1970s, the company introduced pewter-ware as a new material. Between the 1960s and the 1980s, SKS-Design developed many different decorative and practical metal products. Then, between 1970 and 1980, the company acquired a pewter-ware industry rival and thus became the market leader in pewter-ware and accessories. In 1989, SKS was divided into SKS-Metaplast and SKS-Design. The look, display and presentation of products became closely associated with modern lifestyles, and stainless steel became the most significant and important material to reflect these modern aspirations. By 2009, an innovative brand promise had been clearly established and moved triumphantly forward as SKS-Design became blomus GmbH. In the early years of the new millennium, the company's product portfolio was restructured to focus on the key areas of home, garden, spa and taste. From this time on the products adopted a unique, elegant and minimalist design language. The blomus relaunch in 2010 set the course for a successful design-oriented future, and the numerous design awards the company have since acquired within a short time are reliable evidence that the blomus approach to design has a very promising, and sustainable, future. ENJOY YOUR PURE LIFE.