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Pair Of Candlesticks From A Console Set, 1927

This is a Pair of Candlesticks from a Console Set. It was designed by Erik Magnussen. It is dated 1927. Its medium is sterling silver, ivory, and ebony.

Made two years after Erik Magnussen established a studio in New York and was hired by Gorham, this handmade set, with only Magnussen’s markings, reflects his Danish origins. The set was published in 1929 when exhibited by Arden Studios of the Decorators Club, a female group devoted to elevating public taste through small exhibitions.

It is credited Lent by Yale University Art Gallery, Purchased with a gift from Jacqueline Loewe Fowler and the John P. Axelrod, B.A. 1968, Fund, 2012.61.1.1-.2.

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Its dimensions are

30.48 x 12.07 cm (12 x 4 3/4 in.)

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s.

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