16 MAY 2018

Introducing New Stoff Nagel Glamour

The new release of Stoff Nagel candleholders are a true testament to the original 1962 model.

With endless opportunities to design your own formations, Stoff Nagel provides the most individual candlestick holders available. Whether your stacking them high or stretching them out lengthwise; these beauties look great atop a dining table, bookshelf or sideboard. In matte black, chrome, or brass colourways; there is a something here for every space.

Of course no candleholder is complete without a perfectly designed candle. Luckily Stoff Nagel provides just the thing with their 12 pack tapered candles.


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