Candle light .

My husband made this candle holder a while ago - he blacksmiths for a hobby. I think it looks nice on our staircase .( we have got electricity as well ! )
I love the glow of candle light on the metal. Beautiful photo.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
So pleased to know electricity has reached you out there!! What a clever man you have there! Lovely glow.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
What a unique hobby! Does he have his own forge? This is a lovely piece of art. and the candle light really highlights it well.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Very nice Diana, and sets up a nice mood.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
i love candle light...it's the only light for me!
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Clever Dad! Looks very peaceful!
posted October 3rd, 2010  
It's a beautiful candle holder!
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Stunning! ...and I also love candle light.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Lovely shot and the candle holder is really good-looking...candlelight is sets the mood so nicely. And what an interesting hobby your husband has...I gather he has an "outbuilding" where he *plays* with his metals, tools and fires ;-)
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Very nice...great hobby and a beautiful candle holder.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
He's very talented! This is a beautiful piece of art--and I love the softness of the candle too.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
This is a beautiful candle holder. He's so talented. I bet you have beautiful items around your house:)
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Yes...now that you say that I do recall seeing a forge photo AND commenting on it...they say the short term memory goes first...I'm worried ;-)
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Quite lovely!
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Very nice candle holder. It's nice to have talented people in the family. Great shot.
posted October 4th, 2010  
Congratulations Diana...you're on the popular page!! :-)
posted October 4th, 2010  
Gorgeous candle holder, it has a cetlic feel to it with the swirl design. Lovely capture :)
posted October 4th, 2010  
Celtic* - Monday morning = lots of typos lol
posted October 4th, 2010  
love the glow of the candle--your hubby did a great job!! :)
posted October 4th, 2010  
It looks really beautiful with the candle glowing on the metal - I didn't check yesterday, so must have missed this one - who needs electricity when you can have this - well, okay, I do, but....
posted October 4th, 2010  
What a beautiful forged candle holder! That's a marvelous hobby your husband has...quite unique! How nice you can display it in your home in this fashion and share it on 365 with us all! (Electric lights are highly over rated when it's romance and charm you're looking for!)
posted October 4th, 2010  
You and your husband are very creative and your old English style home is perfect for showing it all off. I think I told you before that I used to live in a Tudor house in Lowfield Heath in Crawley, West Sussex, when I was a teenager. It was a listed building with an original priest hole that went from the huge walk in fire place upto my bedroom. That quite scared me but the house was amazing. The living room had the original floor so it felt like you were walking uphill when you switched the TV over ha! I love the glow in the photo and it has a lovely gothic feel to it :)
posted October 6th, 2010  
Very pretty! Right out of a mystery movie... :-)
posted October 6th, 2010  
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