Antique Brass Candleholder
Early 19th century, chamberstick
Availability: In stock
Based on the visual elements of this item, the construction, patina, and style, we place this piece to date to the early 19th century—the candle holder made in either England or the United States. Generally, chambersticks were placed in the entrance of a home so that anyone looking to retire for the evening would be able to find it and carry it respectively to their bedroom for sleep. However, chambersticks add a decorative element to any room in a home or garden interior in modern times. They work just as well with beautiful English furniture in traditional English as much as an American rustic farmhouse decor dining table.