Wow! Where to begin!!!!!
The center piece is a rare 2-lite Heisey glass candelabrum in pattern #5 aka "Patrician" pattern, produced from 1904-1931. This is a very large piece measuring at 16" tall and 13 3/4" across at widest point, which is bobeche to bobeche. Total of 24 prisms. I did not find the signature on this piece, but it is well documented as Heisey glass, and definitely a rare pattern. This piece alone weighs 5 lbs and 9 oz. There are a pair of rare matching candelabras/candlesticks in pattern #0018 produced from 1906-1931, each very large as well, measuring at 15 3/4" tall and 6" across at widest point, the bobeche. Total of 24 prisms for the pair. You can find one in this pattern, with teardrop prisms in "Glass Candlesticks of the Depression Era" by Gene Florence. Both have the Heisey diamond mark as seen in last photo. Each weigh 3 lbs and 10 oz alone.
Condition: Very good antique condition with typical wear due to age and handling. Only one small nick to one of the actual candle cup (Iast photo), the candelabrum along with the pair of candlesticks are otherwise chip free. One of the #0018 candlesticks has a small spot, rust maybe? I was unable to remove (photo if needed). I did not want to risk scratching the glass.
There are multiple prisms that have the tips chipped, which is typical. Prisms can easily be replaced, but please let me know if you need photos or a count. **Also, please let me know if you wish to receive the prisms when shipping as you may want to replace them. Speaking to UPS, they would individually wrap each prism, which may be more cost than worth if you wish to replace them. All the metal is original and has age appropriate patina and wear.
This will be professionally wrapped, tracked, insured, with delivery signature confirmation through UPS.
PLEASE let me know if you need any additional photos or information before purchasing, as I sell antique / vintage items.
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