Our art director Megan Duffy Rostan alerted me to some gorgeous glass candlesticks that can be attained at two price points: high and low.  Shown at left, Juliska’s line at Tabula Tua, mouth-blown by artisans in the hills of Prague, with those charming bubbles adding character, starting at $135. At right, the Lumiere collection at CB2, hand-blown in China, very cheap-yet-chic, starting at $3.With the holiday season coming up, each of these options is worth checking out—after all, nothing says festive like an elegant grouping of candles on the table.

—GINA BAZER

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Glass with Class

Our art director Megan Duffy Rostan alerted me to some gorgeous glass candlesticks that can be attained at two price points: high and low.  Shown at left, Juliska’s line at Tabula Tua, mouth-blown by artisans in the hills of Prague, with those charming bubbles adding character, starting at $135. At right, the Lumiere collection at CB2, hand-blown in China, very cheap-yet-chic, starting at $3.With the holiday season coming up, each of these options is worth checking out—after all, nothing says festive like an elegant grouping of candles on the table.

Our art director Megan Duffy Rostan alerted me to some gorgeous glass candlesticks that can be attained at two price points: high and low.  Shown at left, Juliska’s line at Tabula Tua, mouth-blown by artisans in the hills of Prague, with those charming bubbles adding character, starting at $135. At right, the Lumiere collection at CB2, hand-blown in China, very cheap-yet-chic, starting at $3.With the holiday season coming up, each of these options is worth checking out—after all, nothing says festive like an elegant grouping of candles on the table.

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