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A .435. candle holder

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A .435. candle holder

Post  mumof1 on Sat 18 May - 21:02


This is the same as the float bowl, but with the candle holder attached in the middle. It has the same finish as the 317 in the gallery, an almost mini stonehenge look, but in the palest apricot. It was obviously made to fit precisely, so I wonder why there are not more around? Perhaps they didn't sell too well.

The top of the candle holder looks to have been turned inwards, so I wonder if this extra piece was hand done, as of the two I have, both are different inside, one finished square, and the other irregular.
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