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Author Topic: Unknown double candleholder.. ID = Feigl & Morawetz, Czechoslovakia 1920s  (Read 1181 times)

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Offline deco.queen

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I have posted this on two American glass discussion boards and no one can identify it.  I'm hoping one of you will know who made this double candleholder.  It's 10.5" wide.  I've got my finger crossed,  :).
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Re: Unknown double candleholder
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2008, 05:40:03 PM »
Hi,
Instantly recogniseable item  ;D
Czechoslovakian, by Feigl and Morawetz, Libochovice, then Libochovice a.s., pattern number 1388, and a 1920s design, sold under the "Libs" brand name.
Note also, that this item was still made until the very late 1950s, and possibly even into the 1960s.
Regards,
Marcus

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WOW!  That was fast!  Thank you so-o-o-o-o much!!  :hiclp:
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