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Incanto White Medium Square Footed Candleholder

Incanto White Medium Square Footed Candleholder

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The Incanto White Medium Square Footed Candleholder is inspired by Italian architecture and is handmade from terra marrone in Veneto.
$ 171.00
  • CARE

    Decorative Use Only - This piece is to be enjoyed for decoration only. To clean, wipe with a damp, soft cloth. If the piece has any antiquing, pat with a dry, soft cloth.
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    VIETRI uses natural earthenware clay that is indigenous to Italy. Terra marrone is a hard and dense clay used mainly in Italy for making sculptures. It is the most durable earthenware of the highest quality on the market today, using the best glazes and firing at the highest temperatures. With earthenware clay, we are able to get variations in color and glaze, for which VIETRI is famous, that bring warmth and uniqueness to our products.
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    Veneto is situated in the northeastern corner of Italy. Home to Venice, rivers, lagoons, mountains, hills, and plains, the area is diverse and robust in history. Its close proximity to other countries and cultures has made it a unique region in Italy, and its ceramic production is distinctive and irreplaceable.
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The Artistry

Incanto comes to us from a workshop in Nove, Italy, just north of Venice. A family of master molders has worked on the collection for years, and they maintain their family and Italian heritage while crafting innovative designs. We have had the privilege of watching the artisans form the pieces of dark clay on the wheel, etch in the designs, wash them in a white glaze, and put them in the kiln to fire. (Read more at: Artisans) Each Incanto design is inspired by the geography and architecture in the Veneto region of Italy. The Baroque style is inspired by the elaborate architectural curves of 17th century Europe, and the ruffle design mimics the soft waves of the nearby Adriatic Sea. The stripe is reminiscent of the stately columns of the grand Italian Palladian villas along the Veneto's Brenta river, and the lace was inspired by the famed lace of Venice's Burano Island.