This pair of Elegant Glass One-Light Footed Candlesticks are by Heisey numbered 1503 and named Crystolite. This sweeping pattern went through several name changes starting with Mahabar in 1937, changing to Rajah in 1938, and soon after that settling on the name Crystolite. The gently rounded three-part wings sweep up and over the candleholder, somewhat resembling reindeer antlers making them perfect for your Christmas table! The sleek texture just begs to be caressed, and the light plays off of the curves and ribs beautifully.
Each of these gorgeous candlesticks measures 4-1/4 inches tall and perches on a 4-7/8 inch circular foot.
These unmarked candleholders were made by Heisey from 1937 to 1953.
There are a few stray tiny bubbles in the glass, normal for glass of this era. Other than a few small wax drips, there are no other condition issues.