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Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks everyone for all your help. I guess those little candles go in there. I agree with Molly, I won't be putting candles in those holes. I also think it wouldn't be too smart to do it with it being a fire hazard.  Thanks again."
Apr 23
Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"It looks just like I envisioned it would look...and it looks dangerous!  Why would you want so many candles in such a small space?  Why wouldn't there be a drip tray, especially since the arms/holders aren't even level? …"
Apr 23
BikerBonnie replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"Candles"
Apr 23
BikerBonnie replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"Candles"
Apr 23
BikerBonnie replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"yes"
Apr 23
Jeff Guy replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"I'm surprised no one here is old enough to have seen the Dansk candleholders made in the 60's and 70's. They made tiny candles for the candleholder, and were pretty readily available at places with imported goods. Here's a sample…"
Apr 23
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"Vicki...I would go with number 1. That's a possibility. Number 2 I don't think would be possible because the wood would catch fire. Yes, I've seen those wood angel ornaments but I just don't think that's what it is...I could…"
Apr 22
vicki hufstetler replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"You know Christine, I wonder if they may be missing some parts? I'm thinking about two things: 1. Did these, (Weird little holes) actually hold something else? Something like a set of "Bobechas"? If these were designed with those,…"
Apr 22
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"That's a good question. They look kind of weird on an otherwise nice candle holder."
Apr 19
Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"However, why?  They would be so close together...there is no drip tray below them...somehow it seems odd to me...even though I have no idea why else they would be there!"
Apr 19
BikerBonnie replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"there are tiny little candles made"
Apr 19
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"Although the picture makes them look larger, the holes are about the size of a swizzle stick. So no candle would fit in them. Thanks for trying."
Apr 19
vicki hufstetler replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
Apr 18
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"It doesn't lift off."
Apr 17
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"The holes really don't add to it's "beauty" so to speak...weird."
Apr 17
Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Candleholders in the group Whadja Find Today
"It almost seems like the middle holder could lift up and you could fill them with oil, or something?  It would probably not be very safe, but they seems like would hold something...water?  For individual flowers?  I don't know."
Apr 17

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At 2:49pm on December 25, 2017, Bill Brest said…

Hello Christine,

I thought I recognised those French Revolution statues. I was going to bid on them but decided to pass. :( Do you have an inlaw relative by the name of Lori around the age of 57. If so tell her I said hello. :) Great site, Molly and Tom are the best. Try looking under V&B French statues on sold listings from UK. Seen one on there with a bottom like yours without the anchor. If you're selling them try adding UK ebay site. They should bring around 4 to 5 hundred $.

Bill

 
 
 

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