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Mid-Century Teak Candleholders, S/3

noahs ark

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Mid-Century Teak Candleholders, S/3

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1960s

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

Denmark

Style:

Mid-Century Modern

Materials:

wood/brass

Size:

1.75" W x 14.5" H

Color/Finish:

brown

Why We Love This

Mid-Century Modern teak candleholders. Tallest is 14.5"H, medium is 12"H and smallest is 9"H. All three are in excellent condition. Each has a brass inset and marked "Made in Denmark" on the bottom.
As described by noahs ark

Why We Love This

Mid-Century Modern teak candleholders. Tallest is 14.5"H, medium is 12"H and smallest is 9"H. All three are in excellent condition. Each has a brass inset and marked "Made in Denmark" on the bottom.

About noahs ark

Noah's Ark came into existence in the late 1960s when collectors Artie and Lynda, while still in high school, began going on dates to antique shows, auctions, and flea markets. Since then, they've created multiple markets in the Midwest for American ephemera, antique toys, furniture and art. Now a family business, their sons specialize in antique cameras, musical instruments, and pop culture.