Durand Art Glass of Vineland, New Jersey only produced artistic glass for a period of seven short years between 1924 and 1931. Impressively by 1926, Durand's firm was awarded a metal of honor at the Sesquicentennial International Exposition in Philadelphia for achievements in its fancy glass.
This choice green-rimmed example of a Durand candlestick in ambergris uranium glass was called Spanish Yellow and the extensive use of this color line included stemware, compotes, candlesticks (like this one), and even complete dinner sets. This fluoresces yellow-green under blacklight.
For an example of this candlestick in Ruby and Spanish Yellow, see the book, Durand, The Man and His Glass by Edward J. Meschi, page 77. item 230.
Stands approximately 6" tall. No chips, cracks or restoration. Unsigned
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