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Causeway Candleholder, nickel

Causeway Candleholder, nickel

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Causeway Candleholder
  • Causeway Candleholder
  • Causeway Candleholder
  • Causeway Candleholder
  • Causeway Candleholder
  • Causeway Candleholder
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Giant’s Causeway, a series of interlocking basalt columns at the periphery of Northern Ireland, was allegedly built by the Irish giant Fionn mac Cumhaill in an attempt to bridge the channel to Scotland. Inspired by this folk legend, Martin Brudnizki designed a series of candleholders formed of polygonal columns in varied heights. Created in differing materials, they represent stages of the manufacturing process: tulipwood is used to create an initial mould, in which one pours melted wax. The wax is then wrapped in ceramic and baked in a furnace, where it melts to leave a hole to hold molten bronze. Once the ceramic is smashed, the unfinished bronze candleholder is polished and patinated. A candleholder finished in black nickel completes the set.
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Giant’s Causeway, a series of interlocking basalt columns at the periphery of Northern Ireland, was allegedly built by the Irish giant Fionn mac Cumhaill in an attempt to bridge the channel to Scotland. Inspired by this folk legend, Martin Brudnizki designed a series of candleholders formed of polygonal columns in varied heights. Created in differing materials, they represent stages of the manufacturing process: tulipwood is used to create an initial mould, in which one pours melted wax. The wax is then wrapped in ceramic and baked in a furnace, where it melts to leave a hole to hold molten bronze. Once the ceramic is smashed, the unfinished bronze candleholder is polished and patinated. A candleholder finished in black nickel completes the set.
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Wallpaper* says
Giant’s Causeway, a series of interlocking basalt columns at the periphery of Northern Ireland, was allegedly built by the Irish giant Fionn mac Cumhaill in an attempt to bridge the channel to Scotland. Inspired by this folk legend, Martin Brudnizki designed a series of candleholders formed of polygonal columns in varied heights. Created in differing materials, they represent stages of the manufacturing process: tulipwood is used to create an initial mould, in which one pours melted wax. The wax is then wrapped in ceramic and baked in a furnace, where it melts to leave a hole to hold molten bronze. Once the ceramic is smashed, the unfinished bronze candleholder is polished and patinated. A candleholder finished in black nickel completes the set.
Technical
Polished nickel
Height 280mm
Width 57mm
Depth 53mm
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Technical
Polished nickel
Height 280mm
Width 57mm
Depth 53mm
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