I am very excited to have the opportunity to review these beautiful tealight candle holders from Lenox. They are a great Mother's Day gift for any candle lover in your life. They are made of ivory china and the details are amazing! Each one has their own design for a very unique look. The rim is gold plated giving it a very elegant style. With a height of approximately three inches you can set them on a mantle, coffee table, shelf or even your nightstand without it looking to cluttered.
They are very carefully packaged in order to ensure they arrive unbroken. The shipping box was full of bubble wrap to give extra padding. I am glad for this since my son found the box and decided to shake it! Each set brings three tealight candles are are stamped with the Lenox logo on the bottom.
"Lenox is America's leading tabletop and giftware brand. Lenox shares a passion for design and style with those who love to entertain and celebrate with family and friends. Lenox fine china, crystal, flatware, giftware, home décor and tabletop products are timeless pieces that reflect superb quality and craftsmanship."
Lenox HistoryIt is my will and desire that Lenox, Incorporated shall at all times manufacture the highest possible grades of porcelain, that the standard of excellence already attained shall ever be advanced..."
— Walter Scott Lenox
"Since 1889 the vision of Walter Scott Lenox has guided the company he founded to set the highest standards for quality, artistry, and beauty. Today Lenox is among the world's oldest and most respected names in fine tableware and giftware — favored by presidents, displayed in museums, honored with awards, and enjoyed in homes across America. Come explore the story of Lenox as it grows from one man's conviction into the country's foremost maker of china, crystal and metal gifts.
Walter Scott Lenox was born in 1859 in the "Staffordshire of America": Trenton, N.J. Laced with transportation lines and located near sources of fuel and clay, the state capital became the country's leading ceramics center in the 19th century, with some 200 potteries. Little wonder young Walter was inspired to devote his life to creating porcelain that rivaled the best in the world.
Combining his talent for drawing and his fascination with clay, Lenox worked as a decorator and designer for several Trenton potteries beginning in 1875. Six years later he advanced to design director for Ott & Brewer, then Willets Manufacturing. Both firms produced a domestic version of Irish Belleek, the thin, cream-colored porcelain with a pearly glaze very much in vogue in Victorian times. Both firms eventually failed. The stage was set for Lenox to start his own business."
Holiday Shipping for Mother's Day:
Non-personalized items- 11pm Monday, April 25th
Personalized Items- 11pm Monday, April 18th
Non-personalized items- 11am Thursday, May 5th
Personalized items- 11pm Monday, April 25th
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