Group of Treens, Candlestick and Alabaster Cup, 19th-20th Century

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A tabletop collection of turned wood treens, a wood candlestick and an alabaster campana style cup.
Details
Of the Period
Neoclassical Revival
Place of Origin
England
Date of Manufacture
19th-20th Century
Period
1900-1909
Materials and Techniques
Carved   Alabaster
Turned   Wood
Condition
Excellent. Items range in height from 4 - 6".
Dimensions
6 in. H
15 cm H
Diameter
4
Dealer Location
Kensington, MD
Number of Items
5
Reference Number
f97761702086601803fs
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1stdibs seller since 2013
Located in Kensington, MD

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