Irish wood stick candle holder

€15.00

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Product Description

James says it best on the tag: “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.”

This Irish wood candle stick is made by James Carroll of STICKMAN from Glenealy, Wicklow, from a selection of Irish native woods.

Your Irish wood candle holder will look different from this one as each one is unique but if you have a preference please let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate. The candle sticks measure approximately 6-8 inches in height.

Thank you for supporting Irish handmade. We are more than happy to send this as a present to anywhere in the world you like and can gift wrap, just let us know as a note in checkout.

Shipping for this product is as follows:

Ireland €3.35

Europe €3.50

World €4.50

Local collection: FREE

*Please note that any accidental overcharge of shipping by more than €2 will be automatically and promptly refunded.

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Shipping info

Shipping for this product is as follows:

Ireland €3.35

Europe €3.50

World €4.50

Local collection: FREE

*Please note that any accidental overcharge of shipping by more than €2 will be automatically and promptly refunded.

All shipping is through Irish postal service An Post. We will make every effort to ship within 3 days of purchase (this excludes weekends and public holidays, when there is no postal collection available). We will e-mail you to let you know when your order has shipped.

If you would prefer to receive a tracking number for your order please specify this at checkout and we will contact you if there are any additional shipping charges.

Delivery times are generally as follow: USA : 7-10 days, Europe: 3-7 days, Australia : 7-10 days.

Please note that buyers are responsible for any and all duties and customs charges that may be incurred in their country.

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