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Item No. 100384710

Girard Candleholder

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3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100384710

Girard Candleholder

Price reduced from $265.00 to $159.00 40% off
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  • Choice of petal or circle base to mix and match.
  • Solid brass.
  • Fits standard taper candles.
  • 1¼" H 3¾" W 3¾" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Alexander Girard for Vitra
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Girard Candleholder
Price reduced from $265.00 to $159.00 40% off
Details

Details

Trained as an architect but proficient in nearly all design disciplines, Alexander Girard had a profound influence on 20th-century visual culture. He designed this solid brass candleholder in 1963 for the Miller House by architect Eero Saarinen. Sitting on differently shaped bases that you can mix or match, this elegant design sits low so as not to interfere with conversation or view. Made in China.
  • Choice of petal or circle base to mix and match.
  • Solid brass.
  • Fits standard taper candles (not included).
  • An authentic Alexander Girard design, produced by Vitra.
Brand
Vitra
General Dimensions
  • 1¼" H 3¾" W 3¾" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Circle

  • Height (in): 1¼
  • Width (in): 3¾
  • Depth (in): 3¾

Petal

  • Height (in): 1½
  • Width (in): 4
  • Depth (in): 4
  • Solid brass
  • Felt pad on underside
Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard

During his career, Alexander Girard energized the furniture designs of Herman Miller with a new, vibrant color palette and an oeuvre of folk-inspired textiles. He was the first modern designer to define textiles as being more than just functional and to further emphasize form through the application of color and pattern.

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