Candleholder Product Details
・Openwork candleholder: Goldfish
・Material: Brass (alloy of copper and zinc)
・Diameter: About 6cm
・Height: About 2.5cm
*The maximum height of a candle to be used with this product is 10 monme. (We recommend candles of ikari gata 2 monme/4monme, bou gata 1.5 monme to 5 monme)
When used with a candle bigger than above sizes, it may be unstable and fall.
Wa rosoku candleholder: Goldfish
The pretty pop-eyed goldfish pattern. Put it anywhere, and it creates a beautiful shade. When lighting up a wa rosoku, the flame of a wa rosoku flickers and it looks just like goldfish are swimming around.
Goldfish…Goldfish is a creature used often for Japanese patterns on yukata and such. Goldfish patterns are said to be very auspicious, and are the symbol of prosperity and happiness. The gold color of goldfish means luck with money, and since goldfish lay a lot of eggs, it also signifies being prolific. Why not decorate your home with a wa rosoku on a goldfish pattern candleholder, the symbol for prosperity and happiness?
Combine a candle with a candleholder to make it more unique
One of the reasons that a wa rosoku is suited for interior decoration is that it can be combined with various candleholders to make it even more unique.
Candleholders made of iron or pottery bring out the individuality and the unique atmosphere of a wa rousoku.
As there are so many shapes and patterns of wa rosoku, wa rosoku candleholders come in a variety of designs, too.
The charm of this candleholder, which matches with the soft and sweet atmosphere of a wa rosoku, is the fact that it comes in many colors and shapes. When matched with a wa rosoku, you can create your own and truly unique interior decoration.
This candleholder decorated with delicate openwork looks the best when lighting up a wa rosoku. The big flickering flame unique to wa rosoku reflects openwork, and transforms your room into a fantastical space.