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Forged Iron Rush And Candle Stand
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Forged Iron Rush And Candle Stand
Circa 1800, entire view

This superior little example is 10-inches tall; thumb latch clamps raised on four high arched legs.

272-7 - SOLD




Antique, Rushlight and Candleholder, Turned Wood Base, Twisted Post & Arm
Date/Period: 1700-1800 - SOLD


Antique, Rushlight and Candleholder, Turned Wood Base, Twisted Post & Arm, entire view

Measurement: Height: 12"; base diameter: 4.25"

Material: Wrought iron and turned wood

Condition: Good

Literature: Antique Brass Candlesticks 1450-1750 by John Robert Grove,
[Supplemental Chapter on Iron Lighting Fixtures] p. 108. No.39

SOLD

843-345




Pendant Candle Holder, Double Socket, Adjustable Trammel, Hand Forged
18th Century, Rectangular Pan - SOLD


Pendant Candle Holder, Double Socket, Adjustable Trammel, Hand Forged
18th Century, Rectangular Pan, entire view

(As expected, some light pitting and surface rust; minimum L: 20.5", maximum L: 32")

424-200 - SOLD




Extension Candleholder, Wrought Iron, Single Nozzle, Grease pan
Anonymous
18th Century
Often mounted on workbenches or desks - SOLD


Extension Candleholder, Wrought Iron, Single Nozzle, Grease pan
Anonymous
18th Century, entire view

Dimensions: 19.5" H, 6.75" minimum arm L, 21.75" maximum arm L.

706-15 - SOLD




Extendable Candleholder, Wrought Iron, Jointed Arm, Pricket for Stub
Anonymous, blacksmith made
18th Century
Offering maximum flexibility of the single candle light source - SOLD


Extendable Candleholder, Wrought Iron, Jointed Arm, Pricket for Stub
Anonymous, blacksmith made
18th Century, entire view

Depicted is a very rare wall or bench mounting wrought iron elbow-jointed, single-socket candleholder with pricket.
The nozzles' engaged tabs pierce the grease-pan as does the pricket which is peened on the underside. The swelled middle sections of the arms are centered by tapering ends whose terminuses are the devices discoidal pivoting joints.
(Extended L: 18.5"; diameter of drip-pan: 3.5")

706-12 - SOLD




Candle Holder and Flambeau Holder, Standing Candle and Rush Holder
Probably Northwestern Europe
17th or 18th Century
Wrought iron - SOLD


Candle Holder and Flambeau Holder, Standing Candle and Rush Holder
Probably Northwestern Europe
17th or 18th Century, entire view

Very good condition, good spring tension.
Dimensions: 24.5" H.

1013-2 - SOLD





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