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Pair of Italian Ceramic Monkey Candlesticks
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of Italian ceramic monkey candlesticks, an exceptional pair, ready to light your dinner table, ambient light to your console, or simply put a smile on your face!
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20th Century Italian Candlesticks

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Ceramic

  • Pair of Italian Ceramic Monkey Candlesticks
  • Pair of Italian Ceramic Monkey Candlesticks
  • Pair of Italian Ceramic Monkey Candlesticks
  • Pair of Italian Ceramic Monkey Candlesticks
H 7.75 in. W 4.63 in. D 3 in.
Monkeys Riding Turtles Bronze Candlesticks
Located in New York, NY
Monkeys riding turtles bronze candlesticks. Signed G. Carnari. Measure: 9.25" H.
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Antique 19th Century Candlesticks

Materials

Bronze

Pair of French Turn of the Century Brass and Porcelain Monkey Candlesticks
Located in Tarrytown, NY
Unique pair of brass and porcelain Gibbon candlesticks from France, turn of the century.
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Antique Early 1900s Candlesticks

Pair of Louis XV Style Candlesticks, Modelled as Servant Monkeys
Located in Montreal, QC
There was a fashion for playful figures of monkeys in France in the early 18th century, known as Singerie. These, although old, are probably 19th century when the style was revived y...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Louis XV Candlesticks

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Brass

Pair of American Tiffany Sterling Silver Monkey Candlesticks
Located in Southampton, NY
Pair of American Tiffany sterling silver monkey candlesticks.
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Early 20th Century American American Craftsman Sterling Silver

Pair of French Louis XVI Style Bronze Dore Monkey Candlesticks
Located in New York, NY
Pair of 20th century French Louis XVI style ormolu candlesticks in the form of clothed monkeys elevating stemmed flowers.
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20th Century French Louis XVI Candle Holders

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Ormolu

Pair of Bronze Monkey Candlesticks
Located in London, GB
A pair of painted bronze candlesticks depicting monkey's in tunics.                                   
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Vintage 1960s More Lighting

Pair of Bronze Monkey Candlesticks
H 11.03 in. W 3.94 in. D 5.52 in.
Sarreguemines Majolica Darwin Monkey Candlestick, 19th Century
By Sarreguemines
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An extremely rare antique French Sarreguemines Majolica monkey candlestick or chamberstick sat on a manuscript titled Darwin. The figure is exceptionally well modeled with excellent ...
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Antique 19th Century French More Candle Holders

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Pottery

Pair of Antique Vienna Bronze Monkey Candlesticks By F. Bergmann 1900
By Franz Bergmann
Located in Antwerp, BE
A pair of Vienna bronze F. Bergmann monkey candleholders. Artist: F Bergmann Signature and Marks: Geschutzt.
FB Date:
 1900. Material:
 Cold painted bronze. Origin: 
Vie...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Romantic Candle Holders

Materials

Bronze

Giraffe and Monkey Candlestick Holders, a Pair, Ceramic by Ardmore from Sout
By Punch Shabalala, Sabelo Khoza
Located in New York, NY
Giraffe and monkey candlestick holders, a pair, ceramic by Ardmore from South Africa. Sculpted by Sabelo Khoza, painted by Punch Shabalala. Measures: 7" x 5" x 11" H. Ardmore cerami...
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21st Century and Contemporary South African Folk Art Animal Sculptures

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Ceramic

Vienna bronze of a monkey with candlestick holder.
Located in Antwerp, BE
Vienna bronze of a monkey with candlestick holder. By one of the ateliers of the Vienna bronzes. Signature / Marks: Geschutzt. Date:
1900. Material:
 Cold painted bronze....
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Early 20th Century Austrian Romantic Animal Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Pair of Antique Japanese Bronze Monkey Motif Candlesticks
Located in New York, NY
Pair of antique Japanese bronze monkey motif candlesticks.
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Antique Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Metalwork

Materials

Bronze

Bronze Monkey Candlesticks
Located in London, GB
A pair of late 19th century bronze monkey candlesticks, possibly Italian, each holding aloft torches, each monkey dressed in jester outfit in seated position supported by tail. Av...
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Antique Late 19th Century European Other Candlesticks

Materials

Bronze

  • Bronze Monkey Candlesticks
  • Bronze Monkey Candlesticks
  • Bronze Monkey Candlesticks
  • Bronze Monkey Candlesticks
H 8.86 in. W 4.53 in. D 3.94 in.
Monkey Card and Candle Holders
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Painted bronze monkey candle and card holders.
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Antique Late 19th Century American Candlesticks

  • Monkey Card and Candle Holders
  • Monkey Card and Candle Holders
  • Monkey Card and Candle Holders
  • Monkey Card and Candle Holders
H 8.5 in. W 4 in. D 4 in.

Monkey Candlesticks For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of monkey candlesticks available for sale. Frequently made of metal, bronze and ceramic, all monkey candlesticks available were constructed with great care. There are all kinds of monkey candlesticks available, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 21st Century. Monkey candlesticks are generally popular furniture pieces, but Louis XV, Folk Art and Louis XVI styles are often sought at 1stDibs. There have been many well-made monkey candlesticks over the years, but those made by Franz Bergmann, Punch Shabalala and Sabelo Khoza are often thought to be among the most beautiful.

How Much are Monkey Candlesticks?

Monkey candlesticks can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price at 1stDibs is $1,305, while the lowest priced sells for $425 and the highest can go for as much as $12,500.

Finding the Right Candle Holders for You

For centuries, candles have been used in religious ceremonies such as Hanukkah, provided light to work or read by and more. During meals, the soft glimmer of candles adds warmth to a dinner table that no lighting solution could possibly imitate. With the right antique or vintage candleholder, candles can elevate a table setting or just help support your efforts to create a romantic atmosphere in any room.

When you combine the distinctive glow of a candle with a candleholder that matches the color scheme and decor you’ve painstakingly put together, the result can feel like magic. Finding the candleholder that best meets your needs can be daunting because you’re essentially bringing a piece into your home that is as important as the candle itself. Unsurprisingly, venturesome designers over the years have crafted innumerable alternatives to the traditional form of candleholders, and today a broad array of these decorative objects can be found on 1stDibs, whether they’re 19th-century candleholders made of silver or sleek mid-century modern glass candleholders for an understated accent to your dining area.

Try a tabletop orb candleholder from Lynne Meade Ceramics for a distinctive interpretation of this long-loved furnishing. An alluring pair of Georg Jensen stainless-steel candleholders, featuring pronounced organic curves, or Art Nouveau–informed natural-world motifs, on the other hand, can bring a dose of sculptural elegance to your living room.

If you’re more inclined to opt for antique or vintage pieces, find a collection that includes everything from simple wood taper candleholders to elaborate candelabras of gilt bronze or cut glass on 1stDibs now.