Asked in CleaningDIY ProjectsCandles
How do you clean brass candle holder?
Asked in Candles
What is the best way to clean brass holders for candle tapers?
Asked in Plastics and Polymers
Why choose a crystal candle holder instead of a plastic one?
Asked in Candles
What does it mean when a candle holder falls off the wall?
How do you get candle wax out of the candle stick holder?
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
What is used to light a candle in church?
A taper. This is a wax stick with a wick like a very thin candle. You light that with a match (although in my day, altar servers all had cigarette lighters). For tall candles, the taper may be in a taper holder which is a brass tube on the end of a pole. Very often the taper holder is combined with a snuffer for putting out the candle later.
Asked in Holidays and Traditions, Christmas
What is the name of the nine-candle holder for Christmas?
Difference between nine candle and seven candle menorahs?
What is the name of the special candle-holder used during Hanukkah?
Asked in Frankenstein
Young Frankenstein where did he say to put the candle?
Asked in Holidays and Traditions, Hanukkah
What is the name of the seven-candle holder for Hanukkah?
Asked in Copyright Law, Candles
Copyright on candle holders?
Unless you intend to register the candle holder as a sculpture or other work of art, a new and unique type of candle holder would probably be better served with a patent. However, patent applications are fairly elaborate, and you will need to prove that your candle holder is indeed completely different from any that came before it.
Asked in Hobbies & Collectibles, Candles
How do you get your candle out of the holder if the candle is really small?
What side of the menorah do you put the first Hanukkah candle?
The first candle goes into the holder furthest right on the menorah with the shamash (the attendant candle, used to light the others, placed in its own holder which will be either higher, lower or otherwise separate from the others. On the second night, another candle is placed in the next holder to the left. The newest candle is lit first, then the next to the right and so on.