Bugia Candleholder

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The delicate steel structure of Roll & Hill's Bugia Candleholder is an ode to the perfect shape of rings. While bugia literally means "candleholder" in Italian, it also means "white lie" – a cheeky homage to the deceptive and striking nature of the candleholder itself. Designed by Formafantasma, whose practice is rooted in cultural and historical nuance, this candleholder, too, alludes to a timeless practice.

Candleholder is steel with a brushed brass finish. Image shows the Bugia with 12" taper (not included).

Measures: 5" W x 8.5" D x 5" H

Made in Brooklyn, NY.

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Based out of Sunset Park in Brooklyn, NY, Roll & Hill has been making beautiful and unique lighting fixtures since 2010. Founder Jason Miller was inspired by his experiences as a designer and producer to create a company that would harness the talents of independent designers, while offering the benefits more often associated with boutique studios.

Roll & Hill is committed to on-demand production, which allows for each piece to be customized to a client’s needs. At Roll & Hill’s headquarters in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, parts are assembled by hand, one lamp at a time.

Roll & Hill’s pieces draw from a rich material palette that includes brass, bronze, leather, wood, hand-knotted rope and mouth-blown glass. Roll & Hill’s designers often pair historical elements with contemporary forms to create lights that feel familiar, yet totally new.