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Seven-Arm Brass Candlestick or Candelabra of Organic Form
No, create an account now. Hi Elga, Be careful, collecting these on foreign trips can be addictive. Descriptions, images and price ranges are included for reference purposes. My hunch is that these aren't that old.
The hex nut is wrong, it would have been square and the male thread is clearly a modern standard size and made by rolling. Please note that we are unable to respond to questions regarding history, valuation or sale of antique and collectable items. This site is a price guide to antiques and collectables, and the items displayed are not being offered for sale, as all items displayed on the site have been previously sold. India is very good about producing items like that. These pieces were turned, but in a relatively crude manner.
Can Anyone Identify this Piece. For library subscription rates please contact our libraries agent. Very fun and informative references Elga. These dents are done from the inside and are perpendicular with the face of the side.
One subscription covers all libraries in your group. The base tray is the give away for me. More detailed photos might have clues.
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- They don't even bother to get rid of all the file marks.
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- Whatever the process was, it involved using brass or some alloy the same color of brass to bind the two halves together, so that when the piece was turned the joint would match and would not show.
The taller pair have more marks from turning than the smaller pair does. Reply to this topic Start new topic. It looks to have been backed up with a stake in automotive body work a hand held backer called a dolly with a corresponding cavity in it.
If anyone can tell me more about the techniques used in making the different parts that would be great. This looks like stuff that came out of India a few years back. It definitely looks to have been machine stamped. Identifying Oriental Brass Object. Very nice resource for the study of candlesticks.
Looking forward to hear your opinions on the age of this one. The smaller dents on the inside around the handle look deliberate but random all made from the same instrument. The screw is set into the bottom of the candlestick with lead.
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Display as a link instead. So I was wondering, anyone know how to date candlesticks? On one of the taller sticks you can see the marks from the brazing running the length of the candlestick. Brazing brass has been done for centuries using a low zinc brass alloy.
If it were years old it would have been dropped at least once. The main give away of reproduction for me is the round dent at the sharp edge. Six Georgian brass candlesticks. Can anyone identify this for me? No candlesticks for me right now - but quite tempting, as at present time I've committed to an inch of petitpoint per month.
In my continuing research, I have found that brass candlesticks made in England were made in two halves and brazed together. It has many parts made from spun brass and this was done poorly leaving tool marks which you rarely see on old ones. The bottom of each is a round disk of brass that is soldered in, presumably to hold the weighting in. Old brass candlesticks are tough to determine age on. In the case of my candlesticks, there are a few small bubbles, and I can feel the line down the sides.
Latest added to earliest added Latest added to earliest added Earliest added to latest added Highest price to lowest Lowest price to highest. Here are a few clues, it lacks wear of any kind. To bend something on a sharp edge like that would have taken quite a blow, not a drop, and it would have not be so perfect looking. All the rubbish that you see in the left front was in the candlestick with more being stuck to the sides.
It's just a matter of semantics and usage of a term like Dukewright posted above. True enough leaving spinning marks is a rather bad call on the part of whom ever left them. You can reduce the number of items displayed by entering a keyword that must be included in the description of the item.
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- When my mom went over to visit the first time she bought us each a cup made in a Norwegian porcelain factory and I thought that was a great idea.
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- Good stuff will always sell I think, there generally seem to be a few people out there with money.
- Elga, Did you notice in the first paragraph the author is refer's to Percy Macquoid's Dictionary of English Furniture?
- And because I am curious, how old is the spinning technique?
Dating Brass Candlesticks? It should have been hand filed. It is too perfect and looks to have been deliberately made.