From the late 17th to early 18th Century is this brass candlestick. Most likely Dutch it remotely could be Spanish. The surface is nice and it stands 8" high with the pan measuring 6" in diameter. There is a crack in the pan that happened many years ago probably from a fall. You can see it if you look to the right of the stick in the pan.
TIN WALL SCONCE
The tin wall sconce is a period one with fantastic surface and form measuring 13 1/2" high x 4 3/4" wide x 3 1/2" deep.
MAKE- DO CANDLE HOLDER
For those that like grunge and dry dull surfaces, this candle holder has your name all over it. The candle holder base is brass and the top is tin combined ages ago. It is 5 1/2" high.
Rare and unusual describes this 18th Century lighting standard which holds fatwood to be burned for light. Found in Salem, Massachusetts it has a hand cut pan and the best surface on the iron. It is 50" high with a 16" foot space measurement.
Contact: Antiques at Hillwood Farms