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VINTAGE G3Q Designs
Antique Henneberg Candlesticks, S/3
$349.00
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COLOR gold
CONDITION Very Good; light tarnish and wear
DIMENSIONS 5" L x 5" W x 12" H
ERA Antique: 1900-1910
MADE OF brass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Sep 26 - Oct 01
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
G3Q Designs is a Southern California-based vintage styling firm started by Brooke Rauch and Laura Giuliani, offering an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and accessories with flavors of Hollywood Regency, Mid-Century Modern, ethnic, and even some traditional elements. G3Q mixes high and low end, old and new, for interiors that are as playful as they are stylish. Let our finds inspire you to create your dream space.
Why we love this
Set of three antique brass petticoat candlesticks, circa 1901. Marked "B. Henneberg Warszawa 1901 No 3AKA3Y". Made in Poland. Light tarnish and wear.
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