These iconic tea light houses are designed in NZ and are fast becoming collectors items.
Made from unglazed porcelain - each comes with a candle plate and a lift-off house. Simply place a tealight candle or battery tealight candle on the base and place the house back on top.
State House - This nostalgic rendition of the iconic kiwi State House features the classic 2 storey version which is fast disappearing from our street scapes.
Bungalow - From about 1910 the villa gradually gave way to the bungalow style. By the early 1920s, the bungalow was the predominant style of house being built in New Zealand. With solid bones and a classic style, they're a popular choice and are unlikely to go out of fashion. This charming porcelain Bungalow tealight house features intricate brick and weatherboard detail with steps leading up to a front porch and an ornate curved bay window. It comes complete with diamond window feature at the back.
Villa - This gorgeous Villa complete with veranda is a tribute to the beautifully ornate villas, built completely with native timber in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.