2 Candleholders

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Object Name: 
2 Candleholders
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Not on Display
about 1725-1740
Primary Description: 
Two candleholders. Colorless, lead glass; blown, mold-blown. Slightly waisted socket with rounded bottom; in-folded rim; double merese at socket base; stem composed of three solid, inverted "molded pedestal" stems (8-sided), separated by double mereses; domed foot with rough pontil mark on underside.
Ginsburg and Levy Inc., Source