The first recorded use of beige as a colour name in English was in 1887.
A tincture of rose or pink as used in heraldry. Standardised in 1934.
Part of our new collection in an array of 12 gorgeous colours that tie-in with our glassware. Made from hand blown glass, they are rich with colour and twinkle beautifully when lit, in a jewel-like way.
A BCS lion is etched onto the base of each one to make them extra special.
Hand blown by skilled artisans
No two pieces are exactly alike
Suitable for every-day dining
70 mm D x 60 mm H
Glass Tealight Care & Safety
Do not burn if the glass is cracked, damaged or scratched in anyway
Do not burn for more than 4 hours at a time
Do not use with a votive or dinner candle
Do not allow the flame to burn against the glass
Do not position candle holder on or near anything that can catch fire
Candle holders glass may get hot
Burn candles away from walls, overhanging surfaces, draughts and flammable materials
Do not move when the candle is lit or has a molten wax pool