Art Deco Kensington Vanity Fair Candle Sticks Designed By Lurelle Guild 1935 For Sale
ART DECO KENSINGTON VANITY FAIR CANDLE STICKS DESIGNED BY LURELLE GUILD 1935
KENSINGTON VANITY FAIR CANDLE STICKS DESIGNED BY LURELLE GUILD 1935
Here is an original, hard to find, pair of 4" tall, aluminum candle holders with brass decorations at the base made by KENSINGTON. Each piece of the pair is marked on the bottom with the stag, shield, and the Kensington name. They are excellent condition.
They were designed by Lurelle Guild and patented April 20, 1935. I'll include a copy of the patent papers with the candle holders. Great art decp design!
Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild was an American artist and prominent industrial designer. After an education in painting and a first career of magazine covers, Guild began the work in industrial design that was to bring him lasting fame and a career in which he patented some 1,000 designs in just one year.
Among his most noted designs is the 1937 Electrolux vacuum cleaner and a number of streamlined aluminum household items, particularly the Kensington Ware products produced by Alcoa from 1934 that include these art deco candle stick holders.
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Art Deco Kensington Vanity Fair Candle Sticks Designed By Lurelle Guild 1935: $48