Skip to content

Search Collections

Candlestand

Description

Candlestand is painted with black enamle and has three scroll end feet that form an arched tripod split from a square stock on the shaft's base. The top of the rod has a perpendicular bar with a candle socket at one end. There is an opening at the opposite end that is pierced by a rush holding spring mechanism made of a bent bar welded to the middle of the shaft.

Details

Maker
unknown
Date
1725-1800
Location of origin
United States?
Associated Building
Original To Winslow Crocker House (Yarmouth Port, Mass.).
Material
wrought iron (iron alloy)
Object type
Furniture
Descriptive terms
Candlestand
candlestands (furniture)
wrought iron (iron alloy)
Dimensions
27 1/4 (H), 8 7/8 (diameter) (inches)
Accession Number
1999.642
Credit Line
Estate of Guido Perera
GUSN
258981

Comments