Bog Oak Tea Light Holders


These luxury Tea Light holders are handmade from Fenland black oak – also known as bog oak – and resin. Fenland black oak is an extremely rare, dense wood which is almost jet black. As its name suggests, the wood has lain in East Anglian Fenland bogs for  up to 5,000 years!

Each Tea Light holder comes with three candles and three glass holders to complete the set.

The resin has been highly polished and the wood finished with a hard wax oil. Each item comes packaged in its own gift box.

Dimensions (approx.) : 18mm (L) x 8cm (W) x 3cm (without candles and glass holders).

Shipping Countries: United Kingdom (UK)

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We are sure you will be delighted with your purchase! However returns, exchanges and cancellations are accepted.

If you change your mind about your order you can cancel up to 2 days before delivery. Delivery charges that cannot be recovered will be deducted from the refund.

If you are not happy with your item and want to return it please contact us within 14 days of delivery. You will then have a further 14 days to return the item to us.

The returned item must be in a resalable condition as new. Buyers are responsible for return postage costs.

If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

Please note this returns policy does not apply to sale items or furniture that has been specifically commissioned to your requirements.

DAMA Designs

DAMA Designs

Having spent most of his career working in Marketing for large corporates, Ayo reached a point where he wanted to take back control and step away from the treadmill. The name DAMA comes from his Anglo-Nigerian name Daramola-Martin. All Ayo's items are bespoke and of course, handmade. He specialises in making furniture, homeware and wall decor for the home which he describes as ‘functional art’, using hardwoods that have been sustainably grown in England and Scotland and sourced from local Sussex based wood yards.

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