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Lefton Green Candlestick holder with handle/Christmas Holly Leaf and Berry/Made in Japan/1950's 1960's

Lefton Green Candlestick holder with handle/Christmas Holly Leaf and Berry/Made in Japan/1950's 1960's

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$8.50

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: porcelain, pottery, ceramics
  • Favorited by: 1 person
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Description

Lefton green candle stick holder in a holly and red berry Christmas design. 1950's 1960's. Made in Japan.

Measurements: 5" long x 3 1/2" wide x 2" high.

Condition: See photos. Two areas on the underside of the leaf points have small paint chips and show white. This is not obvious when sitting on a table, but can be seen if viewed at eye level. UPDATE: I covered the small spots of white porcelain with matching green Sharpie marker. The finish is good overall, and it still has the Lefton sticker on the bottom.

Thank you for your interest in this item. Please visit my store's front page for more vintage items and gift ideas. :)

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