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  I wasn't certain whether I'd posted this photo before; it's an item that I purchased in a local antiques shop or thrift store.  A silverplate metal candleholder and incense burner made in Morocco; the base is engraved SADF and "fabrique en Maroq."  The tallest candleholder measures 9 1/2" high.  I found at least two other similar silverplate candleholders with different more exotic designs however I like my plain one.  I'd suspect that this dates to the 1950's or 1960's but I've never spent the time to fully research this.  I've never used it to burn candles or incense and likely will never do so.  The top of the incense burner lifts off so you can add incense to the pot.

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  This likely was made in Morocco by the same company and was found in France.

  Another silverplate candleholder marked SADF with similar candleholder mounts and more extensive beautiful designs.


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