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Lear Collection Antique Candlesticks

Russack & Loto Books, LLC

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Lear Collection Antique Candlesticks

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Contemporary; 1990s
New; some wear
1.25" L x 8.5" W x 11" H

Why We Love This

The Lear Collection: A Study of Copper-Alloy Socket Candlesticks A.D. 200-1700 by Christopher Bangs. London: Christopher Bangs, 1995. First Printing. 398 pages. Hardcover, issued without dust jacket. Features more than 200 large black-and-white photographs. This catalog of a private collection features more than 175 candlesticks. Each object is well documented and photographed. This is a scarce resource for collectors of antique metals or lighting, or for modern day craftsmen.
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About Russack & Loto Books, LLC

Russack & Loto Books, LLC, has specialized in out-of-print and hard to find reference books about American, Asian, European and related decorative arts of the 17th through the 20th centuries for more than seventeen years. A few exceptional newly published titles also find their way into our inventory. We work with museum curators, antiques and art dealers, collectors and interested individuals to build research libraries or provide special display or gift items with our ever-changing inventory.