1700s Antiques Judaica Brass Shabbat Lamp Polish Continental Candelabra Rare
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1700s Antiques Judaica Brass Shabbat Lamp Polish Continental Candelabra Rare:
1700s Antiques Judaica Brass Shabbat Lamp Polish Continental Candelabra RARE
This large brass chandelier was made in Poland in the early 1700s. The tall central baluster shaft features a Magen David (Star of David) on top, and each of the six branches is formed as a stag. Each candle-holder has a circular wax pan underneath, and the entire chandelier is held by three brass chains that connect to a central holding ring. The most recent example of such a piece of history that I can find was saleed in New York in 1980 (see sale scans).
This chandelier has at some point in the past been electrified, but that has since been removed; all that is left is the wiring-hole in the wax pans (see photos).
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