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This lovely tarnished silverplate candelabra with its swooping branches was made the Gorham Company of Rhode Island in the 1960s. The tarnish is rather extreme and gives it a Gothic feel, you would need to decide if you wanted to polish it. It has a couple of areas where it is showing its age: the right hand socket has been dented in to the point where it loosened fro its branch, I have put the tiniest drop of silicone glue there to keep it attached. Also there is a dent to the central stalk on the bulbous portion below the actual holder (hope that makes sense). Both of these flaws are to some extent visible in the first photo. This three candle candelabra is 14 " long by 9' high. It is marked on the bottom (last photo) with Gorham, EP (for electroplating) with an anchor in the middle, and YC3032.

Price to Canada is for first class international.

Gorham candelabra, silverplate three candle holder YC3032