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Candle holder

by jeffroush, published

Candle holder by jeffroush Dec 30, 2012
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A simple, clean candle holder.

My wife wanted me to print candlesticks. I started over-engineering them; she talked me down, saying she just wanted simple flat squares. So I added a little indentation to a flat square ... and they worked out great.

And yes, we had these on our thanksgiving dinner table.

Instructions

Print it. Stick a candle in it.

You might want to measure the candlestick before you print it, to adjust the hole to fit the stick.

Designed using Blender.

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Way too pedantic I know; but a candlestick is a candle holder (ie a stick to shove your candle on), so a candlestick holder is a holder for a holder of candles

I've renamed this thing, from "Candlestick Holder" to "Candlestick".

And no, I don't think it's too pedantic.

So I googled a bit, and ended up on wikipedia, and ... holy moly, you're right. It's like having "french dip with au jus" on a menu, which has always been a pet peeve of mine.

And I had no idea.

Thanks!

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