Kintsugi Tea Light Holder

Oxford Ceramics

£39.50 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 18th June
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    • 21st June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 25th - 26th June


  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

Minimalist porcelain tea light holder. It is handmade in gorgeously white and translucent Bone China porcelain and pleated with genuine gold.

It is inspired by Kintsugi- a Japanese art of restoration ceramics, however this cup is one whole piece, not glued together.
Every tea light holder is decorated with different pattern which means that you will most likely receive product slightly different than one on the photos.
It makes a meaningful gift for those who overcome life difficulties, healing form diseases, divorces or breakups.

Need to know

Capacity 200ml.

Hold standard tea light candle.

Hand wash recommended, do not use in microwave.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 25th - 26th June

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Oxford Ceramics

Oxford, England

Oxford Ceramics - home of contemporary porcelain tableware that surprise, intrigue and surely make you smile. All designs are created and carefully handcrafted by Kina Gorska.

We work with English Bone China - a type of porcelain that is white as snow, divinely translucent and super durable. Everything in our studio is handmade. We fire it in our purpose-made kilns which are uniquely designed to mature ceramics at a range of different temperatures.