This Vallerysthal Candlestick is an early one. A similar candlestick is shown on the internet and says it is in their 1907 catalog. She carries an artist brush and accessories
This candlestick is not signed.This candlestick is not seen often and is at least hard to find.
This candlestick has a frosted finish and glows yellow under black light as many old glass does. . The edges of the candlestick are not round as in newer candlesticks.
It is 10 inches tall with details of a female painter.
I believe Vallerysthal made several versions of this candlestick depicting different subjects. This one is an artist. The one on the internet appears to be representing a lady holding papers in her hand.
Condition. Minor roughness to the base of the candlestick. The top portion shows a grayish area, but I believe it was made this way. Please see picture.
No others cracks, repairs or chips.
Item ID: T173
Victorian Glass, Porcelain, Chinese & Japanese Treasures, Jewelry and the Unexpected.
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