In the end of 19th century Dalahorses sometimes were made as candle horses. There were three different kinds:
- Single candle holders with a drilled hole in the back of the horse
- Combined candle holders with half horses, front part of the horses assembled to a common centerpiece, where the candle holder was. (In the beginning of 1970 Grannas made a small series of such holders using 15 cm horses)
- Exclusive chandeliers made of wood with Dalahorses as candle holders. Sometimes the horses were placed on the outer edge of a wooden cross, or the horses were placed on a spinning wheel. In the chapter below you can see examples of both, thanks to unique photos from the beginning of 1900, borrowed from the Zorn museum in Mora.