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Dating brass candlestick

The round B&H with printer's flower mark of the Bradley and Hubbard Mfg. The round B&H printer's flower mark of the Bradley and Hubbard Mfg. The round B&H printer's flower mark of the Bradley and Hubbard Mfg.

Back to The Bradley & Hubbard main page ca.1900, Arts & Crafts Style, brass, cast iron, zinc. The candle holder is bolted to the cast iron weight with a long threaded rod which runs through the center of the shaft. The candle holder is bolted to the cast iron base with a long threaded rod which runs through the center of the shaft. A tri-petal floral motif is cast into the base and bobeche in alternating segments. Back to The Bradley & Hubbard main page ca.1900 - 1920, Arts & Crafts Style, brass. A small square strap finger hold is riveted to the top edge of the base.

The hollow shaft is turned to form a baluster shaped candlestick and was cast and turned from one solid piece of brass, threaded to attach to the base. A paper label with the triangle mark of the Bradley and Hubbard Mfg. is glued to the textured paper cover on the iron base.

This sleeve was made to be threaded into the opening of the candlestick. The base has the triangle and lantern Bradley and Hubbard mark cast into it on the bottom. The base has a brass triangle and lantern Bradley and Hubbard mark applied on the bottom. The shafts join lipped, concave bobeches which are below the turned candle cups. The candle cup is hexagonal and is topped with a flared bobeche. A handle in the shape of a small winged dragon is bolted to the base The triangle mark of the Bradley and Hubbard Mfg.

The base supports a hollow brass column (square in section) topped by a flat square candle holder also decorated with the incised motif. Additionally, the patent covered a spring loaded candle sleeve with cap that allowed the tip of the candle to be exposed while the spring continually pushed up the candle as it was burned. The column is attached to the base with a short threaded rod. Attached to the central shaft is a "D" or "C" shaped handle made of hollow tubing. The heavy cast brass bases are square with serpentine sides and rise in the middle to support cast brass baluster-shaped shafts. A cone shaped turning rises to the shaft which is in the form of a series of brass turnings, cone shaped in the middle. Round, spun cast base with recessed center and rolled edge supports a hollow brass tube topped by a spun cast removable bobeche.

Round in all its dimensions with a finely detailed base and bell-cupped neck, this brass candlestick resembles those seen in the historic homes in Savannah, Georgia....

View full product details » All things classic and in the tradition of Virginia's hunt country, there is devotion to three things: horses, riders, and the animals they chase - the elusive fox. View full product details » The Novelli candle holder, from the original Novelli townhouse in historic Georgetown, Washington, D.

Square base with rounded corners resting on four brass ball feet has a repeating square-in-square incised motif border. The object was to produce an article of "attractive and novel appearance, constructed with particular reference to utilizing the entire candle." The device consisted of the combination of the candle stick with a strap handle having an inverted keyhole for hanging, an attached gallery for holding the chimney which had a metal cap to restrict the downward flow of air into the chimney, and the stick designed with an open space in the hollow of the shaft long enough to receive an entire candle. The candlestick is missing its spring loaded candle holder (see SI.2006.0045 A&B and SI.2006.046 A&B). The cast iron weight for the base is stamped" 170 and the internal iron washer is stamped: 2136 and 131. Crooke, dated March 9, 1909 and assigned to Bradley and Hubbard. The cast iron weight for the base is stamped" 170 and the internal iron washer is stamped: 2136. Back to The Bradley & Hubbard main page ca.1930-1940, Colonial Revival, brass. Round conical base with concave edge supports a tear-drop shaped column topped with a concave ring and a bulbous candle holder with outwardly flared bobeche all cast as one piece. Round base is concave, swelling up in the middle to support a plain hollow tube that in turn holds a bulbous holder with a flared and concave bobeche. Back to The Bradley & Hubbard main page ca.1930-1940, Colonial Revival, brass. The hollow round base has a cast iron insert for weight which is stamped with the numbers: 50, 17, 5910, 1918, 10. A copper candle cup is bolted to the shaft through the bobeche.

This candlestick matches candlestick SI.2006.041 with the exception of the handle. A match box holder is attached to the base supported by a brass turning. Back to The Bradley & Hubbard main page March 9, 1909, by Reuben F. This patent related to an improvement in candlesticks particularly the type that had a glass chimney. A spring loaded nickel-plated brass candle cartridge inserts into the tube. is stamped into the underside of the square bobeche. The candlestick (A) and spring loaded candle holder (B) are covered in a patent by Reuben F. is stamped into the underside of the square bobeche. Above the shaft is a square copper bobeche which is also stamped in a wavy pattern. mark is stamped into the base consisting of the names "Bradley and Hubbard" forming an arch with "MFG. View full product details » This brass candleholder is round in its dimensions with exquisite fluted columns, resembling the design and style of one of our famous founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson. Use with a 12"-14" tapered candle for a dramatic effect. View full product details » This very impressive brass candle converter, made of solid brass, speaks for itself.When used with any of our Jefferson Brass candlesticks, it allows for a variety of sizes and... If you would like your product(s) gift wrapped, select the number of gift boxes desired and click "add to cart." Please specify in the "notes" section of your cart... The base supports a hollow brass column (square in section) topped by a flat square candle holder also decorated with the incised motif. Square base with rounded corners resting on four brass ball feet has a repeating square-in-square incised motif border. Back to The Bradley & Hubbard main page ca.1930-1940, Colonial Revival, brass. The applied finish over the brass was listed as "Antique English Brass" in the 1934 Bradley and Hubbard Catalogue: ca. This is to be expected, and we ask that you understand that they are an inherent part of the manufacturing process.Every piece is designed and copyrighted by Jefferson Brass. The handle is an oblong loop of strap brass riveted to the base and having a keyhole shaped hole for hanging. Crooke, dated March 9, 1909 and assigned to Bradley and Hubbard. The shaft is topped by a chimney holder with pierced gallery soldered to a square bobeche. A nickel-plated spring loaded candle cartridge inserts into the tube. A silver plated brass turned shaft with an attached cast spider is bolted to the base. The Bradley and Hubbard triangular mark is cast into the base. A nickel-plated spring loaded candle cartridge inserts into the tube. The candlestick (A) and spring loaded candle holder (B) are covered in a patent by Reuben F. Square base slants upward supports a hollow brass tube (square in section). The shaft is topped by a chimney holder with pierced gallery soldered to a square bobeche. Round copper base is stamped with a square center and a wavy edge. The shaft with candle cup threads into to the base. Round, spun cast base with recessed center and rolled edge supports a hollow brass tube topped by a chimney holder with pierced gallery. The base supports a hollow brass tube (square in section) with applied Fasces borders on each face. The shaft and cup are cast and turned from one solid piece of brass. The Bradley and Hubbard triangular mark is cast into the base. Square base slants upward and is topped with an applied brass Neo-Classical border of bound rods or Fasces. The shaft also tapers up to the cup which is tulip shaped. The hollow shaft is turned to form a baluster shaped candlestick and was cast and turned from one solid piece of brass, threaded to attach to the base.

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    Mar 1, 2016. A square cast iron pyramid-shaped base supports a hollow brass column square in section topped by a square cap and candle holder. The applied finish over the brass was listed as "Antique English Brass" in the 1934 Bradley and Hubbard Catalogue Distinctive Metalware For Home and Office.…