Vintage Kosta Boda Scandinavian Modernist Icy Glass Snowball Candle Holder // Ann Warff // Large Size

Vintage Kosta Boda Scandinavian Modernist Icy Glass Snowball Candle Holder // Ann Warff // Large Size


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Exquisite Scandinavian modernist icy glass candleholder designed by Ann Warff for Kosta Boda Sweden in 1973.

Iconic "snowball" design. Heavy high-quality clear Swedish glass. Looks amazing when lit!

When you look at this stunning candleholder, it seems like you could pick it up and have a snowball fight…although I don't recommend it!

Listing is for one large snowball candleholder. Candle holders sold separately. Thank you!

c. 1973


Ann Warff

Kosta Boda

Very Heavy

Full Lead Crystal

Excellent Vintage/Used Condition

Kosta Boda "snowball" candle holders priced separately. Photo props not included.

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