The Clove tealight holder is a minimalist design, simple enough that individual tea light holders will fit into your decorative scheme easily but shaped so that the elipses can be grouped together to greater effect. Arrange the shapes to create a zigzag pattern along the length of a tablescape or tessellate into a flower or star design as a centrepiece.
Made from the highest quality 18/10 stainless steel and polished to a mirror shine which, once lit, reflects and enhances candlelight creating a pleasant and harmonious atmosphere.
The Clove tealight holders are made from from the finest stainless steel with a mirror-polished finish.
Care & Need to Know
When washing your Stainless Steel Homeware by hand:
• Use a dry microfibre cloth, (dampened for more stubborn marks) and dried immediately after cleaning.
• To remove persistent marks, clean with a proprietary stainless steel cream cleaner (we recommend Bar Keepers Friend) using a microfibre cloth.
• Always avoid scouring with pads or abrasive cleaners as this will scratch the surface.
• To restore your stainless steel finish, we recommend using a dry microfibre cloth.
The Clove tealight holders have a Lifetime Guarantee.
Delivery & Returns
Standard Delivery (2-4 working days)
Express Delivery (1-2 working days)
Next Working Day Delivery
Channel Islands (2-5 working days)
Please see our Delivery Page for more information.
Free for Europe orders over £150 (€180)
Free for USA orders over £150 ($180)
Free for orders over £350 to Canada, Israel, Mexico, Qatar, Singapore, South Africa & UAE
We deliver to over 220 countries, please see our Delivery Page for more information.
Returns are FREE (Mainland UK only)
We are happy to accept returns of unused and undamaged items within 28 days of purchase for a full refund.
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Designing the Robert Welch way
Robert Radford Welch MBE, RDI was one of the most respected British designers of the 20th century. He believed that everyone should be able to use beautifully designed products in everyday life. After training as a silversmith at the Royal College of Art in London, he specialised in design for stainless steel, establishing a company in his own name in 1955.
Today, the company works to ensure its rich legacy remains an inspiration to the design team, whilst continuing to innovate in terms of technique and technology.