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Domestic candlesticks from the fourteenth to the end of the eighteenth century.

Alexander Ormiston Curle

Domestic candlesticks from the fourteenth to the end of the eighteenth century.

by Alexander Ormiston Curle

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Published by The Society) in (Edinburgh? .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination(32) p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20267788M

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FOURTEENTH- TO EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY CANDLESTICKS. III. DOMESTIC CANDLESTICKS PROM THE FOURTEENTH TO THE END OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. BY ALEXANDER O. CURLE, F.S. Of all household relics of a bygone age, the candlestick has perhaps received the least attention from the connoisseur.

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Candlesticks were used in churches from the earliest times, and domestic candlesticks also date back to the use of the early spricket type. However, the earliest brass candlestick that the present-day collector is likely to find is the 17th-century column type with a small socket and no lip and a bell-shaped base with a drip pan low on the base.

Back to the candlestick, I bought it mainly because I thought it would be fun to make a miniature version from a real candlestick as opposed to from a photo and it was dirt cheap, I haven't found anything old or with a nice shape in SA yet that I could afford to buy, most candlesticks here at the antique fairs are also 20th century and usually.

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Global shipping available. 13th or 14th Century Pricket Candlestick, Flemish or NetherlandsSOLD. Pricket above grease pan on stem with central knop raised on circular base having apron above triffid feet.

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