Thursday, October 28, 2010

Candelabra Love?







Evidence of a very well used candelabra in the entrance of Lindonis's Italian Restaurant on the very tres chic and fashionable Hastings Street, at Noosa.

Love it or hate it?

On another note, I am back home now from a few days away, and looks like there is a lot of blogging for me to catch up on with posts to read and comments to make. Not that I am addicted to blogging or anything!!

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16 comments:

A Treasured Past said...

Hi Pam, wow amazing candelabra! Hope you had a wonderful break. Thanks for the gorgeous soaps and bag. I have also purchased some from your store for xmas pressies, thanks :) Tamara

Ky said...

Hmmmm, I don't love it, but I don't hate it either.
I am curious to know what the candelabra really looks like underneath all that wax.

Good to have to you back Pam. Am a teensy, eensy bit jealous you got to hang out at Noosa.

x

Zondra Art said...

Amazing candelabra, I lak it dear Pam!!!

Kisses and hugs.

Zondra Art said...

Amazing candelabra, I lak it dear Pam!!!

Kisses and hugs.

brismod said...

I feel like peeling all the wax off that thing!! Glad you had a nice time in Noosa.

The Moerks said...

Thanks a heck of a lot of wax! I love Noosa, how lucky you are to have been for a visit. Welcome to our blog. I look forward to sitting down with a cuppa and reading yours.

Julie-Ann said...

I love Noosa too but not that candelabra. It's too messy for me and brings out all my OCD issues lol.

delia hornbook said...

Hope you had a lovely time away. Ohh it screams out clean me but i know people would be thinking that i am mad for saying that. I don't mind a little wax but i love to see the items in all there shiney glory. Dee x

Jenevieve said...

Love the candelabra, not sure I'd like it in the house, but great for a restaurant! There used to be a bar my friends and I would go to that had candles in empty wine bottles, I used to spend a good amount of time picking the wax of and melting it while we chatted and drank! Something satisfying about peeling wax off and re-melting it! :) x

Cornflake said...

I love drippy candles and a bit of drippy wax over bottles/candle sticks/candelabras but I think this is a little OTT, lol! The shape of the beautiful candelabra is lost.


Glad you had a lovely time in Noosa. xx

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Very interesting candle - OK for a restaurant!!
Go on say it - you missed us!!!!
Weeell - we all missed you Pam!!!
Take care
hugs
Shane x

Kyandra said...

Love the image but would love to see what's under that wax... ;-) Kym X

Burlap Luxe said...

Love it Pam,
Really art in itself!!

xx
Dore

PS. Thank you for becoming a follower as well.

maría cecilia said...

I so loved them once that I tried them at home but really didn´t like all the mess around!!! Better at restaurants I guess....
cariños

The Pink Poodle said...

Hi Pam...
OOPSY...I must say I do NOT like this candlebabra...

kind of looks like something out of "The Munsters"..."Adams Family"..shows..

A bit too spookey...too neglected & not appealing at all for a restaurant...??

what else haven't they cleaned would be my next question!!??

anyway...hope you had a lovely time away..

xx andrea

Flotsam Friends said...

Wow Pam, they are stunning. I've never seen anything like it. I wonder how many hours of burning it took to reach this look?! The mind boggles. Pruxxx