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Beaumont Candlestick
Beaumont Candlestick

Beaumont Candlestick
ca. 1920's - early 1930's
COLORS: Amber, Cobalt Blue, Ferlux (white), Ruby.

Ruby thumbnail courtesy of Rick Hirte. Cobalt blue candlestick courtesy of Shelly Yergensen.

Five inches high; 4 1/2 inches diameter.
Can be confused with Paden City 412 (crow's Foot square). Note the scalloped foot.

Note From Bill Walker: "(A) new reshaped redo of the Beaumont stick by Mosser is their Mosser #315 ? number from a Mosser 2004 catalog."

The Mosser version has a round foot.
Keywords: red, candl*, keyhole, belled, scallop
Date: 29.03.2004 11:49
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Added by: Rick Hirte - Sparkle Plenty Glassware

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