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2 Pieces Indiana Glass Diamond Point Amber Gold Candle Holders, circa 1960's, Great for Fall and Thanksgiving Decor.

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Here is the second set of amber gold glass candle holders we have for sale. Listing # 716 is for a set with no visible problem. This set has a tiny nick on one of the cup holders, but it is not noticeable.

Candleholders measure 1.5 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide. It is a heavy glass, made by the Indiana Glass Company in the 1960's.

This glass is a beautiful shiny dark amber gold; a very rich color. These would be nice for the bar area, and of course great for fall and Thanksgiving.

The holders are in good condition except for the tiny nick on one of the candle cups. (Another set in perfect condition is listed separately)

This is inventory # 717 (Location 28)

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2 Pieces Indiana Glass Diamond Point Amber Gold Candle Holders, circa 1960's, Great for Fall and Thanksgiving Decor.

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