Design Piet Hein, 1950
This seven-branched candelabra Great Bear is a very elegant and timeless candle holder. Piet Heins designed it, while living in Argentina, to remind him of his home in Denmark, since the star constellation is not visible in the southern hemisphere.
Its branches can be placed either on a straight line or in a circle. By turning them you can create your own little work of art.
Matt polished stainless steel.
In a mini version (36.5 cm H.).
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