Faux chamber candlestick

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This chamber candlestick looks as though it belongs on an 18th-century table. A stick of red sealing wax, a seal and pair of scissors, possibly for trimming the wick of the candle, are ready for use. However, this candle could never actually be lit. All of these objects are made of Ansbach porcelain and were very realistically decorated in The Hague. Origin: The Hague. Date: c 1777 – c 1790. Object ID: BK-14563-B.

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