The most common Baccarat candlesticks you'll find are in the usual popular patterns in crystal and satin treatments such a Massena and Bambou, or the neoclassical lady style. Occasionally you'll find a rose tiente pair in the familiar swirl pattern. The candlesticks offered here are actual opaque, clearish white clam-broth candlesticks with the same base as the antique neoclassical lady, but with classical Doric columns instead. I could not find the pattern name, even after a great deal of research. Each candlestick is signed with the Baccarat acid etched logo that has been used since about 1920 (circular Baccarat France with decanter). My guess, due to the clam-broth color, is that these are early 20th century candlesticks dating to about 1930. They are perfect, gorgeous, and very rare. Each measures almost 8 inches tall; the base is 4 and 1/2 inches in diameter. Elegant!
Rare Signed Baccarat Clambroth Candlesticks C1920-1930