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Walter Van Nessen, a forgotten craftsman of the 1930s, gave birth to these Candle Holders in a world teetering on the edge of change. The Great Depression loomed like a shadow, yet in Van Nessen's workshop, a flicker of hope emerged. These candle holders, forged from the fires of uncertainty, symbolize resilience. Like two stoic sentinels, they stood guard over dinners lit by their warm glow, offering a respite from the storm outside.
- 9.5"h, 8.75"w, 4"d
- Designed by Walter Van Nessen for Chase Metalworks, United States, 1930s
- Chrome plate
- Condition: Excellent
|This item is brand new. Hand-made pieces may include subtle inconsistencies and variations.
|Item may be new or restored to a like-new condition with new upholstery or finishing.
|A well-cared-for vintage item that has wear appropriate for age and use. This may include some fading, surface wear, and other minor cosmetic damages.
|This item remains fully functional but shows significant signs of age, use, or other damage. Could include many deep scratches, chips, rips, discoloration, or other significant imperfections.
|This item needs repairs to function as intended.
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