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2010.3.131 B
Overall H: 39 cm; (a) Base Diam: 15.2
Not on Display
about 1950-1970
Credit Line: 
Gift of Lois and Tom Allis
Primary Description: 
Opaque white lattimo and transparent amber glass; blown, cased, optic-molded, applied hot-work decoration. (a) Candelabrum with two cylindrical transparent amber candle cups sitting atop opaque white cased in transparent amber ribbed arms that are fixed to a ribbed sphere, sitting atop waisted knop, sitting atop ribbed sphere with applied crimped band, sitting atop waisted knop, sitting atop ribbed inverted baluster stem, sitting atop slightly conical ribbed foot. Decorative transparent amber twisted feather or flame piece fixed to top sphere by waisted knop. (bc) 2 Opaque white cased in transparent amber collars or bobeches that fit over candle cups; rims of bobeches are pulled to a point at one end and cut and folded slightly at the other end.
Allis, Tom, Source
Allis, Lois, Source