Bring ambience and class to the occasion. Symbolic of the Holy Trinity with fleur-de-lis symbol etched at the top of the pole, these beautiful and versatile seven-branch candelabra add elegance to weddings and other special chapel occasions. A dramatic design of glorious solid brass, each piece features fixed inclined arms and is protected by an exclusive urethane finish after being polished to a high luster. Fine-grained oak or walnut base (please specify your choice); 55” high from center socket.
7/8” candle sockets (all candles sold separately); weight is 45 lbs. Pair.
A fixed inverted V-arm Seven-Branch Candelabra is available; see the Related Products Section below for details, as well as for candles to fit and for additional related products and resources.
At this time we are unable to process custom orders online, but you may still place your custom order by contacting your local Cokesbury store or the Custom Sales Unit, 1-800-237-7511. One of our representatives will be more than happy to assist you with ordering. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
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Care tips . . .
To clean solid brass, wipe with a soft cloth or wash in lukewarm water and dry immediately. Never use abrasive cleaners or polishes, and never use a dishwasher to clean.
Did you know. . .
Candelabra: Latin candelabrum, candlestick, from candela, candle.
Candelabra is the term traditionally referring to a pair or more of large, decorative candlesticks often shaped as a column or pedestal and having several arms or branches for holding candles. A single member of such a set is referred to as a candelabrum.
The candle has been around as early as 3000 BC and since then, people have wanted to display and present their light. Candleholders (or candelabra) made of clay have been found dating back to 400 BC
While generally not needed today for lighting, candelabra and candlesticks are often used in as accessories or as part of the interior design. They are also found in many events and ritual activities as both a backdrop and setting piece.