skippers wrote:Hi, I have a type of sterlingcandle holder that I haven't been able to identify. It was made by Albert Gannon, Philadelphia, PA. He was active c.1906 - 1914, and his works were retailed by Bailey, Banks and Biddle. I have sent them pictures, and the people I talked to have no idea what this is. I thought it might be a warmer for a chafing dish, but can't prove it. It is about 4 1/2" tall x 2 1/4" in diameter, not counting the hollow handle which is open at the top. It has a string-like candle in it that sticks up through the hole in the removable lid. It weighs 5.6oz.
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