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chrome distortion candlesticks - set of 2

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Breaking the Mold

As if out of a wonderland, these distortion candlesticks are a beautiful way to trick the mind. Designer Paul Loebach gives his creation its unique twist by using state-of-the-art technology: from computer design to special 3D printers to the final whimsical result. Plated in chrome, this provocative spin on the classic dinner centerpieces are sure to start a conversation over candlelit dinner. Made in China.

Sold as a set of two.

Candles not included.

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Community Voted
Item ID
21105
Made from
chrome, resin
Measurements
Each 10" H x 3" dia.
Notes
Care Instructions: Clean with a damp cloth and mild detergent. Best to use drip-free candles. Wax can be removed by refrigerating the candlesticks for an hour and chipping off the hardened wax. Burning Hazard: do not burn candle below 1".

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CHROME DISTORTION CANDLESTICKS - SET OF 2
 
4.0

(based on 1 review)

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4.0

Really Cool Stuctures

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from Bronx, New York

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      Comments about CHROME DISTORTION CANDLESTICKS - SET OF 2:

      Plan on using it for halloween

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      When our community voted on this product, some also shared comments - read them below:

      426votes, 58 comments

      Stephanie
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      pretty cool but way expensive

      Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

      Your eyes aren't playing tricks on you, these candlesticks are really distorted. Despite their wavy look, Paul Loebach's latest creations are completely sturdy. Would you love to impress guests with these groovy sticks?

      Meryl
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      Although I like this product due to the unusual shape, I would never spend that kind of money for this item.

      T
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Although I appreciate the home-brew fabrication of a 3D printer, these are too pricey for chrome-plated plastic, in my opinion.

      Heidi
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      i wish they were different it would look more like it just happened instead of someone making them

      Melanie
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      I wouldn't pay that much, but maybe someone else would.

      Jody
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      I love the uniqueness and design, but wouldn't pay that much for them.

      Krista

      they remind me of "beauty and the beast". great housewarming gift

      Diane
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Way too expensive for resin.

      savannah
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      unique! but a little over priced

      DL
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      they are very cool, priced way too high.

      Ellen
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      Attractive and fun

      Seneca
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      Fun and I love the material!

      jamie
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      I really really like these but I don't believe they are worth the $85 price tag. I wouldn't buy them at that price.

      Christine
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Might consider if made in USA.

      Karen
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      I look to Uncommon goods for handmade (from anywhere) or made in the US goods. While I like the design, I wouldn't buy them.

      danielle
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      these are too expensive for what they are, they dont look very elegant either.... i would probably use them a couple times but other than that i dont see these as anyone's long term fixtures.

      Alexis
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      $85? No way.

      mari
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      clever

      kelly
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      cool looking but who comes up with these prices

      Christine
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      looks like a hot mess. Maybe for halloween, how come made in China? is he an american designer?

      pascale
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      ewwwww. way too shiny

      David
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      $85 bucks? This is something you will find at the $1 store.

      Laura
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      A little pricey but cool

      yo
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      too $$$$

      Amy
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      still seems a bit high in price.

      Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

      Thanks for the question, Christine. The designer, Paul Loebach, is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, but he now resides in New York City.

      Robin
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      A little high priced, but love them

      june
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      need to be real metal or a lot less expensive

      Ricki
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      they look really cool but they're really expensive

      Renee
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      way too much for resin candlesticks.

      Di
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      to warped looking for me!

      Linda
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Made in China is a no no for me. Buy USA only.

      Susan
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Don't do anything for me and I LOVE to decorate.

      Barbara B
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Awfully pricey for something made in an Asian sweatshop. (Must everything come from Asia??? We have a dreadful trade imbalance)

      Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

      Thanks for voting, Barbara! This item is designed in the U.S. and made in China, but we do not condone sweatshops and other unethical manufacturing processes. We are proud to offer a wide assortment of uncommon products from around the world, and we do not discriminate against any continent or specific country. Our goal is to offer unique, high-quality items from reliable suppliers who treat their employees fairly. This product fits the bill, and therefore we've included it in our community voting app for feedback from our customers.

      Andrea
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      I would get these for a friend's wedding, but the made in China stops me. Also, resin for $85 ... not sure it's worth it.

      Tess
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      Like Dr. Seuss, for adults!

      Emily
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      Really neat, but way too expensive for the materials. I'd buy if half the price.

      hannah
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      LOVE these, not so much the price though.

      Jennifer
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      Cool looking, but far too expensive! They are made out of resin and chrome? Maybe I'd pay $85 for silver. Real silver.

      Dana
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      They certainly look different.

      Kathleen
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      theyre pretty funky, like the style. dont think the price is too high for chrome

      Natalie
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      They are cute and unique. For two, they are a bit expensive, but a decent gift.

      sharon
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Chrome plated RESIN for $85 ! More a gag gift and not for $85.

      alena
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      love the idea but these are way to expensive.

      Izzy
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      i love them! wish they were made in the good ol' U.S. of A though!

      Sandy
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      I can think of a lot better ways to spend $85!!

      KJ
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Novel. Too expensive.

      Shannon
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Cool idea! I love these, but would not spend $85 for them.

      Laura
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      fun and unusual --can see the appeal

      Cara
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      still pricey though

      susan
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      Great gift for someone on hallucinogens. Otherwise, not so much.

      kathy
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      junk

      Tracie
      Vote: Thumbs up!

      Very Salvador Dali-like, but I would not pay $85 dollars for these.

      margo
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      i have a pair of silver ones that look just like this...not on purpose tho

      Joshua
      Vote: Thumbs down!

      I like it, but I wouldn't spend 85

      nancy

      Nope too weird for me

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