Cube Shape clear glass Votive Tea Light Candle Holder (SET OF 3)

This votive tea light holder is handcrafted by the artisans from Firozabad, India which is popular for its handcrafted. The holder glows when the tea light is added, gives a warm and soothing light. It is a perfect example of great craftsmanship by the skilled craftsmen. This candle holder is sure to brighten your décor.

1. Religious and decorative article known for spreading light in your home
2. The holders sparkle and glow when the tea light is added, giving a warm and spiritual light. The perfect touch to add glow and elegance to
3. Wonderful gift idea for housewarmings and other festive occasions. They are made entirely by hand using traditional skills handed down from generation to generation.

Candle Holder
Material : Clear Glass

Cube Shape

HEIGHT 2.5 inches
BASE : 2.5 inches
WIDTH : 2.5 inches

Box Contains set of 3 Votives

Material : Glass With Line pattern

Note : Candles are not included

Care Instructions : Clean With Dry Cloth
Special Remark: The images represent actual product though color of the image and product may slightly differ due to monitor resolution

Availability: In stock

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During ancient times, invaders brought many glass articles to India. These glass articles when rejected, were collected and melted in locally made furnaces called "Bhainsa Bhatti." In this furnace, wood was used as a fuel. These old traditional furnaces are still in use in Sasani near Aligarh and at Purdal Nagar and were originally used only for making smaller bottles and bangles. The glass industry specially the modern glass bangles technology was started and invented by Haji Rustam Ustad. The shrine of Haji Rustam Ustad is in Sofipura, a village on the bank of Yamuna River. His shrine is situated just opposite the shrine of famous sufi saint Hazrat Shah Sufi. Every year a grand fair (mela) is held to pay homage to the father of Firozabad glass industry "Haji Rustam Ustad".This fair is attended by all people irrespective of caste, class or religion. By current production standards, only one bangle at a time can be made using these furnaces. These bangles had no joints and were locally known as "Kadechhal Ki Chudi". Over time, production slowly became more widespread among the locals. This was the start of the glass industry in Firozabad. Since then Firozabad has been the home of India's glass industry. White and coloured glass pieces being manufactured for the purpose of assembling jhad and fanus (chandeliers) which were in demand by royal courts and nobles for decorating their assembling and drawing rooms. Later on phials for Itra, scents, and other cosmetic products were made. Gradually, Indian marriage items like bangles, kangans, kada, etc. too began to be produced in bulk for the general public. Today, there is area known as Bohran Gali that sells bangles, kadas, kangans and other items of suhagins (married women)
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