Tube No. 02 — Tabletop
by Curated Tube
By Josh Owen for Areaware
A simple vessel for holding a handful of “strike-anywhere” wooden matches, which will ignite when struck against the surface. Place used matches in the dish to cool. Match markings can be removed with a touch of olive oil.
Josh Owen is an internationally renowned industrial designer, educator and author. He is the president of his eponymous design studio, Josh Owen LLC and is a distinguished professor of industrial design at The Rochester Institute of Technology.
Dimensions: W 75, L 75, H 46 mm
Material: Cast iron
Nanao is the name of the city in the heart of the glorious countryside in which Takazawa Candle is located in Japan. Each candle has a motif of a different plant that grows in the Noto Peninsula.
Takazawa Candle has been making candles from the grace of plants such as the fruits of sumac tree, rice bran and rapeseed flower oil since 1892.
Takazawa Candles’ flames are bigger and brighter than most. The flame comes from a special wick made from plant-based materials such as dried rush and washi-paper — a symbol of ancestral wisdom.
Tube contains 4 candles (style A, L, P and T)
Instructions for use:
It is recommended to cut the black burned wick with a trimmer to adjust the size of the flame. Keep the candle away from direct sunlight and wind.
Dimensions: Ø 20, H 110 mm
Burn time: 110–130 min
Ingredients: Sumac wax
Koma Stand (x2)
By Hiasyo Iwashimizu for Takazawa
Koma Candle Stands are designed and produced to fit Takazawa candles. The body is hand crafted in the tradition of Nambu Tekki cast ironware in Iwate Prefecture, Japan.
Instructions for use and care:
Please note that you do not need to push down a candle until it reaches at the bottom of the stand. When a candle stops and does not go down any further, it is the right place. Wipe with a soft cloth after use.
Dimensions: W 40, D 40, H 30 mm
Material: Cast Iron
This gift set is carefully packed into a Curated Tube, accompanied by a product booklet. A personal message card is optional.