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Candlesticks - Part 8
CANDLESTICKS – Part 8
Imperial CHESTERFIELD 7.25 in. - Smoke - Courtesy Rick Kojis.
Left - CHESTERFIELD 9 in. - Imperial RED or Amberina.
Right - CHESTERFIELD in Celeste - 9 in. tall.
CHESTERFIELD: Part of Imperial’s #600 line, colors known for this style are marigold, clambroth, smoke, celeste and red/amberina. When Dave Drabing wrote his article for the ICGA PUMP, he placed these candlesticks in the #9 spot of the Top Ten based upon “value”.
Wisteria Fenton #249 Candlesticks-(scarce).
FENTON # 249: According to Fenton Glass: The First Twenty-Five Years, this 6” candlestick was c.1921. The wisteria color is said to be very scarce.
Fenton #549 in Marigold.
FENTON # 549: This 8 ½” candlestick in marigold is circa 1923.
Left - Fenton White # 649 Candlesticks
Right - Fenton # 649 in two-tone Marigold.
FENTON # 649: This 10” candlestick (white) is circa 1923. This candlestick was also produced in 2 tone combinations of color. These “Spindle” type candlesticks in Vaseline with Black Base, and Blue with Black Base are placed in the #4 spot based upon “value”, according to Dave Drabing.
NORTHWOOD GRAPE & CABLE CANDLESTICKS.
GRAPE & CABLE: In addition to marigold and green, these Northwood candlesticks are also found in amethyst. They are approx. 6” tall. Dave’s ratings, places this pattern in the #10 spot for green, amethyst and marigold examples.
Grape and Cable Candle Lamps in Marigold, Purple and Green.
GRAPE & CABLE Candle Lamps: Actually scarce in any color, but green is seen more often than amethyst or marigold. A metal bracket attaches the rounded shade to the matching 6” candlestick, making the overall height approximately 10”.
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