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Iron Candle Wick Snuffer
Iron Candle Wick Snuffer - Il Buco Vita
Iron Candle Wick Snuffer

$100.00

Unique, functional, and a great conversation piece, our wrought iron wick snuffers are hand forged in Umbria. This process, one of the oldest known metalworking techniques, involves heating a piece of iron until malleable and then applying a range of tools to flatten and stretch the metal with care to the desired shape. Wick snuffers make a great complement to our Orvieto and Collepino candles and coordinate with the Urbino wrought iron table accessory line.

Dimensions: 42.5 cm length

Artisan

Unique, functional, and a great centerpiece, our wrought candelabras are hand forged in the heart of rural Umbria. The blacksmithing process, one of the oldest known metalworking techniques, involves heating a piece of iron until malleable and then applying a range of tools to flatten and stretch the metal with care to the desired shape. 

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Returnable for store credit. Please allow 4-6 weeks for pre-orders.
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Unique, functional, and a great conversation piece, our wrought iron wick snuffers are hand forged in Umbria. This process, one of the oldest known metalworking techniques, involves heating a piece of iron until malleable and then applying a range of tools to flatten and stretch the metal with care to the desired shape. Wick snuffers make a great complement to our Orvieto and Collepino candles and coordinate with the Urbino wrought iron table accessory line.

Dimensions: 42.5 cm length

Artisan

Unique, functional, and a great centerpiece, our wrought candelabras are hand forged in the heart of rural Umbria. The blacksmithing process, one of the oldest known metalworking techniques, involves heating a piece of iron until malleable and then applying a range of tools to flatten and stretch the metal with care to the desired shape. 

Shipping & Returns

Returnable for store credit. Please allow 4-6 weeks for pre-orders.