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Aubock-Style Brass Candleholders, Pair

Sean Michael Design

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Aubock-Style Brass Candleholders, Pair
Aubock-Style Brass Candleholders, Pair
Aubock-Style Brass Candleholders, Pair

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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Made of:
brass/enameled metal
Dimensions:
8.5"L x 8"W x 10.5"H
Color/finish:
brass/black
Damages:
minor pitting on brass and minor scratches on black enamel

Why We Love This

Pair of unusual and elegantly modern brass with black enamel Carl Aubock-style candleholders. Each features three curved stems with brass bobeches for pillar candles. Interlocking design is strikingly sculptural and captivating from all angles. Circa 1950.

About Sean Michael Design

Recently recognized by magazine as a “Next Wave” designer, Sean Cowan is an emerging talent with a fresh perspective on sustainable modern design. His firm, Sean Michael Design, relies heavily on the thoughtful revival of streamlined, classic pieces to create sophisticated interiors with a seductive sense of warmth and timelessness. Favoring streamlined items from the '70s and early '80s ("when nothing was over-designed"), Sean Michael Design offers proof positive that responsible design can be both sexy and stylish.