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Easter table Antique Art Deco Candle Holders - White Satin Glass (Pair)

(c) 1930

SEXY & STYLISH... these charming candle holders make the perfect addition to any table or mantel.

-- Translucent milky white color with rich satin finish
-- Elegant and sophisticated Art Deco design
-- Timeless in appearance
-- To the touch… luxurious sensation of cold, velvety satin

Glass appears to have been poured and then fire-polished. The stems have a seam on both sides, which depicts poured glass, but as they connect to their bases – the seams disappear completely on both the face and bottom of the base. Same holds true for the face of the upper rim, as well as inside of the stem, where the candle sits (see photos).

H: 3-1/4 in.
Dia: 4-3/4 in. (base)
Dia: 2-1/4 in. (top)


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* SATIN GLASS originated during the 1880s, and was created in the United States and England. It is unique for its unusual appearance and fine, soft feel to the touch. The satin effect is created by using hydrofluoric acid or hydrofluoric acid fumes. Satin glass is a beautiful, eye-catching type of glass that's loved by antique collectors. Good pieces of satin glass actually FEEL LIKE A PIECE OF FINE SATIN CLOTH. There's almost nothing like it. –CapeCodCollector.com

* PRESSED GLASS is often mistaken as POURED or CUT GLASS. There are several things that will distinguish a pressed glass item from an item made from poured or cut glass. Both pressed and poured glass objects will have seams. Pressed glass items will only have one seam that runs down the side and poured glass will have two seams, one on each side. Items made with the cut glass process will not have any seams. –TimeTreasures.com

* FIRE POLISHING is a technique in which glass is reheated to smooth mold seams without distorting the pattern on a mold blown or pressed glass piece. –CraftingGlass.com

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Easter Table Candle Holders White Satin Glass Art Deco Antique (Pair)


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: satin glass
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 38 reviews
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