MO MAN TAI / gradient candle canary yellow
by MO MAN TAI
Mo Man Tai gradient candle canary yellow
The gradient trend has been the inspiration for this product. It is the finishing touch for a stylish table decoration.
These candles have a handmade blend from transparant vanilla tint to bright yellow.
In 2014, we improved the Gradient Candles and took them into production with professionals from the Bolsius group.
The result: a 100% handmade paraffin wax candle in the original design of mo man tai; produced in Roermond by the Dutch traditional candle manufacturer ‘Kaarsenfabriek Hoogeland-Kristen’.
Length: 35 cm
Burning time: +/- 15 hours
[mó, man, tai] (cantonese)= no problem
mo man tai aims to surprise with products that entertain and impress in a convincing simple way. The clear, uncomplicated aesthetics and the combination of old traditions with modern production techniques form the basis for timeless design and pleasure of use. mo man tai supplies products to more than 300 stores in the Netherlands, Europe and other parts of the world and sells products through this webshop.
Surprise your style
Most of the concepts leave the finishing touch to the customer and create a little DIY feeling that makes you love your individual mo man tai product even more.
Share the joy
The minimal packaging is ideal for sending presents by mail.
Fair working conditions and local sources are essential to our philosophy of social responsibility. Short communication ways and production sites nearby guarantee a consistent good quality. By using leftovers of industrial production and recyclable material, mo man tai produces and packs in an environmentally friendly way.
mo man tai was founded by industrial designer Ulrike Jurklies in 2001. Of German origin, she first finished an apprenticeship in furniture making before studying industrial design in Munich. During her studies and after her graduation she worked in Hong Kong. Here she decided to start her own brand. In 2004 she moved to the Netherlands where the company is now located. On her blog ‘zo wie so’, Ulrike introduces her favourite dutch design.