Faceture bud vase/candleholder

Competition: five hand-cast candle holders by Phil Cuttance to be won

Competition: we've teamed up with London designer Phil Cuttance to give away five of his Faceture bud vase/candle holders to Dezeen readers.

Congratulations to the winners! Russell Geary and Rebekah Holroyd in England, Lucrezia Capatt in Switzerland, Manoussakis Lea in Austria and Christian Sellhorn in Venezuela. The all receive a Faceture bud vase/candle holder.

The new, handmade additions to the Faceture collection are smaller than the original faceted vases released in 2012 and are designed to work as a candle holder or a vase.

This image and main: Dual-function Faceture bud vase/candleholders are available in white, dark grey, mid grey, pink, mint, blue
This image and main: Dual-function Faceture bud vase/candle holders are available in white, dark grey, mid grey, pink, mint, blue

Made from a water-based resin formed in a folded mould, each one can be used to hold a single stem or small flower arrangement, and also functions as a candle holder for a standard 22mm dinner candle.

Faceture bud vase/candleholders in blue
Faceture bud vase/candle holders in blue

Faceture bud vase/candle holders are made with a weighted base that is intended to ensure stability and come with a fire-proof metal insert that sits inside the mouth to hold a candle.

Faceture bud vase/candleholders are packaged in a neat cardboard tube
Faceture bud vase/candle holders are packaged in a neat cardboard tube

Individual pieces in the collection measure 170mm by 60mm and are available in six standard colours: white, dark grey, mid grey, pink, mint, blue. Custom colours are also available on request.

Winners can choose a Faceture bud vase/candle holder in any of the six standard colours listed above.

This competition is now closed. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. The winners' names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeen Mail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

For more information, visit www.philcuttance.com