Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910

We are offering a fine example of a signed Goberg chamberstick, or single candlestick, with a handle and matchbox holder. It is designed to be carried from location to location using the handle. It is also a bit unusual because it has the matchbox holder affixed to the base, something which was not always done on Goberg’s chambersticks. Typical of Goberg's work this piece shows the hand hammered designs and texture for which he is so well known. It is made with very heavy gauge iron indicating that it is some of his earlier work. Overall the piece is in excellent condition. Goberg used three different types of finishes on his work, black paint, varnish or bare metal. This piece is bare metal. It has some very minor oxidation which is usually expected on old iron work. There is a wonderful soft semi-gloss patina that covers the whole surface and can only come with age. The metalwork is sound with no loosening of the joints. It sits well and looks great on a table. The piece is signed "Germany" and “Goberg.” We have sold several other chambersticks that were identical to this one that lacked the Goberg signature. Goberg was always inconsistent about what he signed and did not sign. The total height is about 7 ½ inches and the circular base is about 5 ½ inches in diameter. The condition of this chamberstick is well above average. Rest assured that wherever you put this beauty with a candle in place it is bound to show well and draw many great looks and comments. It is perfect to have available for your next power outage!

Known primarily for his hammered iron pieces, Goberg (Hugo Berger) is best known for his wide ranging variety of candlesticks. Besides being considered a metal fabricator of the Arts & Crafts era, Goberg is also closely associated with the German Jugendstil or Secessionist movement of the same time frame. Much of his work was sold at Liberty of London with an occasional piece finding its way to the U.S.

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Hand Hammered Wrought Iron Goberg Chamberstick w/Matchbox Holder, Signed, Ca. 1900-1910

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