Pair of chippy antique white wrought iron tall, footed candelabras from the early 1900's. Four legs and curled feet provide stable,weighty construction with decorative spiral pedestals embellished with decorative motifs.
The top saw tooth plateau gives a smooth ,solid platform for large candles and a 1 1/2 inch metal spike to hold securely. Can also be used as garden or interior plant stands with the spike anchored into the bottom of the pot,allowing a larger circumference to the pot than the platform itself.
Excellent construction to the pair, the paint although possibly not the original has been on the pair for some time and is adhered nicely with no peeling or flaking.
Each measure 44.5 from floor to top of saw teeth, 39.75 to the platform which is 6 inches in circumference. Feet measure 14 inches on the diagonal and 11 deep straight.