Lighting, Wrought Iron Floor Standing Double Candleholder

Ejector & Stub Post, Probably New York State

Lighting, Wrought Iron Floor Standing Double Candleholder, Image 1

The candle arm travels up-and-down the standard and is held in place by the box spring; candle nozzle employs an ejector post to release short stub. The stubs were then burnt within the neighboring ingenious holder. The spider legs rest on discoidal feet. Smitty Axtel found a closely related example in Delaware County, New York. The subject stand was purchased in 1970 in New York State.

Date: 18th Century

Measurement: Height: 38"

Material: Wrought iron

Condition: Very good


SKU: 673-16

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