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Aromatic Handmade Soy Wax Organic Candle with Blackened and Waxed Iron Holder
By J.M. Szymanski
Located in Bronx, NY
"Candle No. 1 — Set" J.M. Szymanski d. 2020 An aromatic touch that can liven any room it's in. Our first signature candle is made from essential oils derived from botanicals native ...
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2010s American Modern More Candle Holders

Materials

Steel, Iron

Small Vintage Lost Wax Cast Bronze Dryad Tree Nymph Candle Holder
Located in Yonkers, NY
A small vintage cast bronze tree nymph candle holder from the mid 20th century. Created with the traditional technique of the lost-wax (à la cire perdue) which allows for great preci...
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Mid-20th Century Candlesticks

Materials

Bronze

Rounded Candle in White Carrara Marble and Scented Wax
By Fiammetta V.
Located in Carrara, IT
Rounded candle with external candle holder in white Carrara marble, contains scented wax, the fragrance is Lime and bamboo mix. The candle comes with a gift box as shown in the pictu...
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2010s Italian More Candle Holders

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Marble

Rolf Swedberg, Handcrafted Candelabra, Pewter, Waxed Cord, Sweden, 1970s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A limited edition candlestick / candelabra produced by Rolf Swedberg, Studio, Sweden, 1970s. In pewter and waxed rope. Three-branched. Marked. Number 2 from an edition on 25. Othe...
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Vintage 1970s Swedish Modern Candlesticks

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Pewter

Ghidini 1961 There 'Push Pin' Candlestick in Wax by Studio Job
By Studio Job (Job Smeets & Nynke Tynagel), Ghidini 1961
Located in Villa Carcina, IT
There (push pin) candlestick in wax by Studio Job. Materials: Wax Net weight: 0.7 kg Dimensions: Diameter 5 x 39 height cm.
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Candlesticks

Materials

Brass

Amorphous Candles in White Shagreen-Textured Wax & Brass by Patrick Coard Paris
By Patrick Coard
Located in New York, NY
The Cream Amorphous brass sculptural candle collection is the first design and now iconic signature collection within the universe of Patrick Coard Paris. These candle are intended t...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Art Deco Candelabras

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Brass

Amorphous Candles in Black Shagreen-Textured Wax & Brass by Patrick Coard, Paris
By Patrick Coard
Located in New York, NY
The cream amorphous brass sculptural candle collection is the first design and now iconic signature collection within the universe of Patrick Coard Paris. These candle are intended t...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Art Deco Candelabras

Materials

Brass

Gold Seal and Sealing Wax Holder circa 1780s-1790s Provence, France
Located in Litchfield, CT
This spectacular high-karat gold remnant of French royalty is technically an etui circa 1780-1790, 18-21 karat, Provence, France. Specifically designed to hold a stick of sealing wax...
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Antique 1780s French George III Decorative Boxes

Materials

Gold

Seattle Planter Umbrella Holder by Jonathan Nesci in Wax Polished Aluminum Plate
By Jonathan Nesci
Located in Columbus, IN
Seattle planter umbrella stand/planter made in quarter-inch waxed aluminum. The bottom of the umbrella side slants slightly towards removable planter opening for a little watering he...
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2010s American Minimalist Umbrella Stands

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Aluminum

Brass Beehive Candleholder with Wax Catcher
Located in Pasadena, CA
Large newly polished brass candleholder with beehive pattern stem and base, and “pie crust” edged wax catcher details, circa 1850-1900.  
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Antique Late 19th Century More Candle Holders

Materials

Brass

19th Century French Wrought Iron Candlestick with Wax Candle
Located in Dallas, TX
Crafted in France circa 1890, the heavy candleholder stands on three scrolled legs and features a single light decorated with a large round wax candle over a stem embellished with re...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Gothic Candlesticks

Materials

Wrought Iron

Bronze Candlestick Lamps with Custom Shades
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of Bronze Gothic candlesticks that have been mounted as decorative lamps with gold leaf painted parchment shades. Notice the fine detailing on the shaft of the candlestick and ...
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Early 20th Century French Candle Holders

Materials

Gold Leaf, Bronze

1940s Waxed Solid Mahogany Bar Cart, Bottles Holder, High Quality, France
Located in Girona, ES
Waxed solid mahogany bar cart, six bottles holder, finger jointing, high quality. France, circa 1940.
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Vintage 1940s French Mid-Century Modern Carts and Bar Carts

Materials

Mahogany

Aromatic Handmade Soy Wax Organic Candle with Blackened and Waxed Iron Holder
By J.M. Szymanski
Located in Bronx, NY
Candle no. 1 - Set J.M. Szymanski d. 2020 blackened iron, waxed finish, porcelain, soy wax, organic essential oils, horsehair Size: 4" L, 4" W, 4" H An aromatic touch that can...
Category

2010s American Modern More Candle Holders

Materials

Steel, Iron

Wax Holder For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic wax holder available at 1stDibs. Frequently made of metal, brass and iron, every wax holder was constructed with great care. There are 6 variations of the antique or vintage wax holder you’re looking for, while we also have 7 modern editions of this piece to choose from as well. There are many kinds of the wax holder you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 18th Century to those made as recently as the 21st Century. Each wax holder bearing Modern, Art Deco or Georgian hallmarks is very popular. A well-made wax holder has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Patrick Coard, J.M. Szymanski and Fiammetta V. are consistently popular.

How Much is a Wax Holder?

A wax holder can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $1,200, while the lowest priced sells for $46 and the highest can go for as much as $9,800.

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