2 Candlesticks

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Object Name: 
2 Candlesticks
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Not on Display
about 1740-1760
Primary Description: 
2 Candlesticks. Colorless lead glass; blown with pattern-molded and cut parts. Long plain cylindrical sockets, composite shafts with inverted Silesian or molded shouldered-stems between ringed collars above and below ball-knops with tears, annular or ringed knop at bottoms, circular domed feet with scalloped edges and flat cutting on shoulders of domes and on flares; rough pontil marks.
Steuben Glass, Inc., Source
The History of Glass (1989 edition) (1989) illustrated, p. 144; BIB# 150278
The History of Glass (1984 edition) (1984) illustrated, p. 144; BIB# 22683
Treasures in Glass (1966) illustrated, pp. 50-51, #86; BIB# 28036