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Candlestick ''Onder den Sint Maarten'' Netherlands

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Posted 2 years ago

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Bazelmania
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This brass candlestick was designed by J.C. Stoffels for Onder den Sint Maarten (Haarlem, Netherlands 1900-1905).
It is about 10 inches high and beautifully decorated with rivets.
Jan Eisenloeffel, who was the most famous Dutch designer in this kind of work in metal, also used these a lot of rivets in his designs.
These were sold mostly as a pair.

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Elegant taper!
  2. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    Thanks. The picture doesn't do any justice to the candlestick. In real time it's awesome.
  3. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    Thanks. They were too expensive to buy both. So me and another collector bought them together and split them up, kept one each.
  4. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    Today I would have kept them both......
  5. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    I think you mean bet
  6. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    As I can see, you really need it too !!
  7. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    I forgive you, Sean :-)
  8. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    very pretty -- hope that coffee is kicking in -- mine just kicked
  9. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    Thanks bellin and thanks epson.
    Coffee would make me toss my cookies....
  10. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    I really don't think so, Bellin.
  11. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 2 years ago
    This has an amazing simplicity about it... I LOVE IT!"!!!
  12. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    Yes, it has. In this period they loved to use a strong and simple shape also being the decoration itself. Thanks.
  13. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    Nice to knows . well find .
    Albert
  14. Bazelmania Bazelmania, 2 years ago
    Thank you Albert.

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