Inspired by the seven Virtues of Bushido. This apparently simple design will light your way.
The top face on all the holders features the natural texture of oak wood. We take advantage of the structural difference between Summer and Winter growth rings so that we can brush out the ones and leave the other. We've managed to get a similar result to the natural erosion on oak wood when left outside for a long time.
Ebonizing is an ancient technique that uses the high tannin content in oak wood to get a dark, almost black, color that is deep and natural looking. It is a chemical process that happens naturally in some wood species when they start to fossilize under the mossy wetlands of the bogs.
Since we've designed it, we're still finding new combinations. Which one will be your favorite?
We've let ourselves be inspired by the natural beauty of the set and decided that it deserved it's own Furoshiki cloth. The printed design was made using pieces of wood, textured in the same manner as the holders, as natural stamps.
|Materials||Oak wood / Cotton cloth|
|Size (cm)||10 x 10 x 10|
|Included||7 tea candles / furoshiki cloth|
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Late for the party? We have the solution: If you want to offer it as a gift and you think it will not make it on time for the big day, we will send you something to take with you and not turn up empty handed.
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Make a cube out of the 7 holders and use the cloth as wrapping. There are hundreds of nice ways of tying a furoshiki cloth.