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BID DATE:
09/15/2018 08:58 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
djr4001
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DESCRIPTION

ANTIQUE BRASS “PUSH-UP” CANDLESTICK

Age: More Than 100 Years Old

Size: 10” Tall by 4 ˝” Wide

Composition: Brass

Rating: 8

Comments: This antique push candle stick has some minor soiling, tarnish and bend/warp to the top lip where the candle is inserted. Along the bottom edge of the pedestal there is a repair done to fix a split in the metal. The repair is done in a silver material and is visible from the above, but more apparent when seen from below. A very tiny bit of the crack is unfilled and goes all the way through the metal. It also has a small zig zag shape casting imperfection on the surface of the lip that looks like a crack but doesn’t appear to be visible on the underside. The Push mechanism works but is a little sticky from some wax residue.

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