2 Imperial Empire Dolphin Candlesticks Candleholders

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 23,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction

Up for auction is this pair of candlesticks manufactured by Imperial Glass Company between 1930s-1968. The pattern is Empire Dolphin and the color is Viennese Blue. They can be seen in Felt, Stoer and Stoer's The Glass Candlestick Book, Volume 2 . The color is very close to Moonlight Blue from Cambridge so these would also be a fitting complement to the Caprice pattern (often mistaken but these are Imperial and not Cambridge). Elegant is the word for this pair. A great gift to highlight any tablescape! Measurement: approximately 5 inches tall and 3" square base

Condition: excellent with no chips cracks or dings

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