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Pair of Punched Tin Candelabra from Mexico in the Style of William Spratling
By William Spratling
Located in Topeka, KS
A pair of punched tin candelabra from Mexico in the style of William Spratling. They are in wonderful vintage condition with nice and desirable age patina. Please see photos, circa m...
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Mid-20th Century Mexican Folk Art Candelabras

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Tin

Mexican Designer, Candelabras, Chromed Steel, Lacquered Tin-Plate, Wood, 1940s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A pair of modernist /.functionalist 5-armed candelabras. By unknown Mexican modernist designer. Produced in Mexico, 1940s. Similar to the style of Karl Hagenauer, Eileen Grey, Pa...
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Vintage 1940s Mexican Art Deco Candelabras

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Steel, Tin

Swedish, Minimalist Candelabra, Solid Oak, Copper, Molten Tin, Sweden, 1950s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A minimalist studio candelabra. Base in solid oak, copper nozzles decorated with molten tin. Unmarked.
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Vintage 1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Candelabras

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Copper, Tin

Three Vintage Tin Candlesticks by Harald Buchrucker, Germany 1950s-1960s
By Harald Buchrucker
Located in Roma, IT
Three tin candlesticks is an original decorative object realized in the second third of the 20th century. Created by Harald Buchrucker. Made in Germany. Original tin object. ...
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Vintage 1950s German Candelabras

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Tin

Silver and Gold Gilt Carved French Candelabra
Located in Wilson, NC
Silver and gold gilt carved French candelabra, has the original tin bobeches, losses to the gesso and gilding, an age split below the middle bobeche (see photos).         
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Antique 1860s French Candelabras

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Tin

Pair of Swedish Modernist Style Tin Candelabras from 1933
By Svenskt Tenn
Located in Malmo, SE
A beautiful pair of Swedish modernist style tin candelabra from 1930s. Marked "Svenskt Tenn G8" (i.e. 1933).  
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Candelabras

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Tin

William Spratling, Tin Candelabra, Taxco, Mexico, circa 1935
By William Spratling
Located in Mexico City, Cuauhtemoc
Candelabrum composed of seven arms with an octagonal base, found in various museum collections. A lovely piece dating back to Spratling's first design period, in the early Taxco year...
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Early 20th Century Mexican Mid-Century Modern Candelabras

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Tin

Tinned Art Deco Candelabra for Five Candles
Located in Alvesta, SE
Elegant candleholder coated with a thin layer of what appears to be tin, circa year 1930-1940.
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Vintage 1940s Unknown Art Deco Candelabras

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Metal

  • Tinned Art Deco Candelabra for Five Candles
  • Tinned Art Deco Candelabra for Five Candles
  • Tinned Art Deco Candelabra for Five Candles
  • Tinned Art Deco Candelabra for Five Candles
H 8.67 in. W 14.18 in. D 1.97 in.
Pair of Wooden Candelabras with Tin Candle Holders from 1880s
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Pair of pine wooden candle stick, probably from an alter with tin candle holders from the 1880's
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20th Century American Primitive Candle Holders

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Tin

Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
Located in Essex, MA
A pair of Mexican ten-light tin candelabra, each with conical bases, the bobeches for each candle decorated with finely cut and twisted tin fringe. Each candelabrum also has a ring h...
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Vintage 1950s Mexican Mid-Century Modern Candelabras

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Tin

  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
H 19.5 in. Dm 16 in.
Brutalist Tin Candelabra by Artist Gene Byron, circa 1965
By Gene Byron
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Hammered tin Brutalist tin candelabra by Mexican artist Gene Byron. Handmade of hand-hammered tin with lovely detail, this beautiful piece was also featured in the Verna Cook Shipway...
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Vintage 1960s Mexican Brutalist Candelabras

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Tin

Brass-Plated Modernist Tin Candelabra by Artist Gene Byron, circa 1965
By Gene Byron
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Rare and beautiful brass plated Brutalist tin candelabra by Mexican artist Gene Byron. Handmade of hand-hammered tin with lovely detail, this beautiful piece was also featured in the...
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Vintage 1960s Mexican Brutalist Candelabras

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Brass, Tin

Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
Located in New York, NY
A pair of oversized candelabra in Mexican tin each with three candles supported by an ornate base with curling tubes, heart shaped centered motifs on a pressed metal conical base. M...
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Vintage 1940s Mexican Candle Holders

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Tin

  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
  • Pair of Mexican Tin Candelabra
H 20.25 in. Dm 5 in.
Pair American Folk Art Painted Metal Candelabra
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Pair American Folk Art painted metal candelabra.
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Vintage 1950s American Table Lamps

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Tin

Brutalist Brass Plated Tin Candelabra by Gene Byron, circa 1965
By Gene Byron
Located in Culver City, CA
An increasingly rare and beautiful brass plated Brutalist tin candelabra by Mexican artist Gene Byron. handmade, hammered tin with lovely detail. This beautiful piece was also featur...
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Vintage 1960s Mexican Mid-Century Modern Candelabras

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Brass, Tin

Mid-Century Tin Seven Light Candelabra by Gene Byron
By Gene Byron
Located in Stamford, CT
Rare and beautiful modernist tin candelabra by artist Gene Byron. Handmade of hand-hammered tin with lovely detail, this beautiful piece was also featured in the Verna Cook Shipway M...
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Mid-20th Century Mexican Mid-Century Modern Candelabras

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Tin

Exquisite Candelabra by Gene Byron
By Gene Byron
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Incredibly rare and beautiful modernist tin candelabra by Mexican artist Gene Byron. Handmade of hand-hammered tin with lovely detail, this beautiful piece was also featured in the s...
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Vintage 1960s Mexican Mid-Century Modern Figurative Sculptures

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Tin

  • Exquisite Candelabra by Gene Byron
  • Exquisite Candelabra by Gene Byron
  • Exquisite Candelabra by Gene Byron
  • Exquisite Candelabra by Gene Byron
H 23 in. W 14.5 in. D 6 in.
Large 1960s Modernist Seven Light Brass-Plated Tin Candelabrum by Gene Byron
By Gene Byron
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A wonderful, large-scale Mid-Century Mexican tin candelabrum or candle holder by Gene Bryon. Gene Byron was a Canadian artist, who emigrated to Mexico and rose to prominence for h...
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Vintage 1960s Mexican Mid-Century Modern Candelabras

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Tin

Pair of Tin Candelabra by William Spratling
By William Spratling
Located in Winnetka, IL
A pair of tin candelabra by William Spratling with stylized leaf motif and impressed design. Both signed on base. As noted in Mexican Silver by Penny Morrill and Carole Berk, Sprat...
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Vintage 1930s Mexican Art Deco Candle Holders

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Tin

Tin Candelabra by William Spratling
By William Spratling
Located in Winnetka, IL
A scarce early example of modern Mexican tinware by William Spratling. Stamped "Mexico," with a handwritten inscription on the base that reads "Doris bought this from Taxco the summ...
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Vintage 1930s Mexican Tableware

Elegant Bird Tree Candelabra
Located in Summerland, CA
Hand forged iron and tin.<br /> Elegant tree with branches of berries and leaves.<br /> Birds perched throughout. Mounts on wall.<br /> Iron arms detachable. 5 candle cups.<br /> ...
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20th Century American Wall-mounted Sculptures

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Iron, Tin

  • Elegant Bird Tree Candelabra
  • Elegant Bird Tree Candelabra
  • Elegant Bird Tree Candelabra
  • Elegant Bird Tree Candelabra
H 63 in. W 56 in. D 6.5 in.
PAIR OF ECLESIASTICAL CANDELABRA
Located in Natchez, MS
Pair of unusual eclesiastical candelabra with 5 arms and original worn gilt. All arms had tin candle holders.
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Antique 19th Century Italian Candle Holders

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Tin

  • PAIR OF ECLESIASTICAL CANDELABRA
  • PAIR OF ECLESIASTICAL CANDELABRA
  • PAIR OF ECLESIASTICAL CANDELABRA
  • PAIR OF ECLESIASTICAL CANDELABRA
H 24 in. W 15 in. D 7 in.
Pair of 19th Century Candelabras
Located in New Orleans, LA
Pair of 19th century carved and gilded wood candlesticks, five lights with acanthus leave and flower motif. Tin bobeches. Not wired but can be.
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Antique 19th Century French Baroque More Lighting

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Tin

  • Pair of 19th Century Candelabras
  • Pair of 19th Century Candelabras
  • Pair of 19th Century Candelabras
  • Pair of 19th Century Candelabras
H 16 in. W 40 in. D 7 in.
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Tin Candelabra For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of tin candelabra available for sale. Each of these unique tin candelabra was constructed with extraordinary care, often using metal, tin and wood. Tin candelabra have been made for many years, and versions that date back to the 18th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century. Tin candelabra made by Mid-Century Modern designers — as well as those associated with Art Deco — are very popular at 1stDibs. Many tin candelabra are appealing in their simplicity, but Gene Byron and Harald Buchrucker produced popular tin candelabra that are worth a look.

How Much are Tin Candelabra?

Prices for tin candelabra start at $369 and top out at $17,028 with the average selling for $1,300.

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.

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