Block Candle Holder

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I made this candle holder as a study to see how the metal would react when a punch was driven into it to create a cavity for the candle. A 2" square bar was hammer on the edges to make it octagonal. Then a punch was driven into it to create the candle socket and beautifully swelling  the sides. It is 2" high.



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