Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white
Kosta Boda Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white

Polar votive candle holder, 190 mm, white

Kosta Boda

325.00€

Kosta Boda
Polar votive candle holder
325.00€


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Description

Kosta Boda's Polar votive candle holder infuses the home with a cool and refreshing style. Designed by Göran Wärff in 1974, the Polar series showcases sculptural glassware that evokes the image of water frozen in motion. The collection of candle lanterns offers various shades and sizes, functioning not just as candle holders but also as standalone decorative pieces.

Did you know that one Polar glass lantern has also been gifted to the Sydney Opera House? So even under the Australian sun, the essence of the Arctic Circle's breezes can be felt.

Material
Crystal glass
Colour
White, clear
Diameter
16 cm
Height
19 cm
Weight
2.5 kg
Care instructions
Handwash, dry with soft cloth.

Göran Wärff

Göran Wärff (1933 – 2022) was a Swedish glass designer and artist, known for his unique understanding of glass as a liquid material. Throughout his career, Göran was inspired by the sea with its dynamic colours and forms. Wärff's long-standing collaboration with Kosta Boda, a Swedish glass factory, started in the 1960s. His career included periods in Australia and the United Kingdom from 1974 to 1985 before he returned to Sweden. Wärff also taught glass art in Sydney and glass and ceramics at the University of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack). His diverse portfolio includes prestigious public assignments for the Sydney Opera House, the Abu-Dhabi mosque and the Växjö Cathedral, among others, and his designs have been recognized with several awards, including the Lunning Prize and the Excellent Swedish Form for his collection Limelight.

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