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These are unique - and were made sometime in the late 1970s. This lovely pair of candle holders are made of sections of cut and stamped copper to look like real pine cones in form.
The bases replicate flat sprays of fern-like, ruffled pine needles as you would see them on the trees, while the cones' sections are able to be moved and rearranged - to be "tighter" or "looser", however you wish them, as copper is a very pliable metal. They have a great green patina or finish, like the Statue of Liberty. You will find that these candelabra look great holding any color of candle.

The bases are 7-5/8ths inches wide and the pine cone forms stand 4 inches tall without candles. They are a bit wonky and eclectic, but it makes them unusual vintage pieces! They are certain to get nice compliments and are perfect not only at holiday-time, but all year long.

PAIR Pine Cone Candle Holders, Copper with Green Patina, 1970s

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: pressed, cut and formed copper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 142 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people