Walnut + Maple Taper Candle Holder

Walnut + Maple Taper Candle Holder

from 14.00

Available in three sizes, these candle holders will add a touch of modern design to your next dinner party table decor. A smooth finish in a light maple, or dark walnut, impart a modern look to this classically shaped candle holder. The stately large holder pairs beautifully with smaller sizes in either collection. Sold individually so that you can curate your own table setting. Our smallest size also fits a tea light candle. All are 2.2" in diameter.

Design | American Heirloom

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American Heirloom Story

Brooklyn based husband and wife, Amy Stringer-Mowat and Bill Mowat, made their first cutting boards for their wedding. It is rumored that the groom was actually finishing the boards on the  day of the wedding... The two wanted a personalized and sentimental way to display cheese, and came up with state-shaped cutting boards for each of their home states (Michigan and  Connecticut), with hearts on their hometowns. Delightfully, the enterprise has grown and they are now made for all fifty states plus countries coming in the Spring. Each board is made in the USA of bamboo. American Heirloom listed their original state shaped cutting boards on Etsy in December 2010 and established their company in early 2011.

Amy and Bill are truly grateful for the response to their cutting boards. They are finishing the designing and production of a small range of personalized housewares set to launch in the summer of 2014. With some great collaborators and friends, it should be an entire year of 'new' and they really can't wait!


American Heirloom believe in their small business and manufacturing in the United States. The pieces are designed to be cherished and passed down -- to engage those who use them and resonate with each use. 

Their quality comes not only from the design and materials, but from Amy and Bill’s belief in new manufacturing techniques. Whether things are made by hand or by machine, they can be timeless -- like these cutting boards, which serve as reminders of where you came from, or where you’d like to be.