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Elegant and with a hint of whimsy, the modular candleholder Jazz was conceived in 1961 by Danish architect, ceramist and jazz musician Max Brüel. A slender, graceful silhouette in three heights, Jazz is an elegant addition to the home – by itself or in groups. A Jazz candleholder comes with a top, a base and three interchangeable stems in different heights to fit any occasion.

Small: 3.5" W x 4.13"H
Medium: 3.5" W x 6"H
Large: 3.5" W x 11.25"H (top 2.13" W)

Steel with black powder coating

If in stock, please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery. If not in stock, please allow 12-14 weeks for delivery.


Danish architect, ceramicist, and jazz musician Max Brüel (1927-1995) was a versatile talent who won his first architecture competition while still in art school, achieved international fame as a jazz musician in the 1950s, and left his mark on architecture with projects like the futuristic Herlev Hospital and a poetic chapel in Glostrup, while also working in ceramics and design.


Karakter, a Danish design firm founded on a vision of exploration and quality, blends Scandinavian design traditions with a global perspective. Known for its diverse portfolio of fine furniture, lighting, and objects, Karakter approaches its creations with honesty and a touch of playfulness.

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