The Caviar Table Flame Was Formed of Tiny Metal Balls to Shape a Beautiful Candle

 - Oct 30, 2013
References: cargocollective & tuvie
The elegance of the slender white taper has a darker counterpart in the Caviar Table Flame. This candle is every bit as refined as the common wax version but it achieves this sophistication in a very unusual way. The thickset black cylinder is not smooth like you might expect, but rather porous and bumpy due to its unique makeup.

Fabien Gerlier used sintered bronze, melting really tiny balls of metal together to create this purist luminary shape. With an ebony finish, the Caviar Table Flame exudes a texture similar to that of fish eggs, thus giving it its name.

What you get with this stylish home accessory is an improver of atmosphere, and also a playful means to make desserts like roasted marshmallows.