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These sterling silver candlesticks are ca. 1957 and designed by Marion Anderson Noyes for Towle. They are marked "Towle Sterling, 11, Filled Reinforced". The modern form of these serpentine candlesticks have made them popular with Mid-Century Modern collectors. They are also in many museum's permanent collections including The Dallas Museum, and was also included in the book "Modernism in American Silver - 20th Century Design" by Jewel Stern(pp. 200-201).

Condition - These are in good Vintage condition, but there are issues with the smaller stick. It has one small ding at the end near the black tip and has been soldered badly at the crown(see pics). We belive that this can easily be corrected by a professional.

Dimensions - Large one is 10" tall.
Small one is 8.25" tall.

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Mid-Century Towle Sterling Serpentine Candlesticks design by Marion Anderson Noyes


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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: sterling silver
  • Only ships within United States.
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