|Product name||Candle Holder|
|Usage||Home Decoration Wedding Decoration|
|Print Method||1 color|
|Size||D: 8 cm, H: 23/28/32 cm|
|Sample time||5-7 Days|
The historical development of candle holders
In the Three Kingdoms period, there was a celadon-shaped sheep-shaped candle holder, and a lion-shaped candleholder was popular in the Western Jin Dynasty. In the Southern Dynasties, the candles were more abundant in table styles, including lion-shaped, single-tube, double-tube, four-tube, lotus-shaped, etc. Among them, the tubular candle holder had a string-shaped long handle, and the upper end of the handle was an open bowl with a candle holder. The bases of candle holders in the Sui and Tang Dynasties are often engraved with exquisite patterns. The candle holders of the Ming Dynasty are rich in shapes and have high artistic appreciation value. Among them, the candle holders fired in the Jingdezhen kiln during the Yongle and Xuande periods have an octagonal mouth and base, and a cylindrical neck.