The candlesticks were actually made by PUKEBERG GLASS in Sweden, about 1920's. Came in a variety of colors. There are numerous authors (Florence comes to mind) who say that this pattern was made by Stevens & Williams/Brierley.
Here is Pukeberg's website, talking about the history of the company. If you scroll down, you will see a yellow goblet with ruby stem and foot, that has the same pattern on it. The pattern has gotten a couple of generic names: ROYAL FAN, and also TURKEY TRACKS. http://www.pukeberg.se/en/hist.html
Recently, one of the Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc. club members got a letter from Pukeberg glass (which is still in business) and the company verified that they made this pattern in the 1920's.
High level of lead in the glass. The goblets will sing til next tuesday when they are lightly flicked.
Another one of our members collects the stems with the vaseline tops and ruby stem/feet, and here is a picture of a recent display she did for our annual convention. She won first prize in our display competition!http://www.vaselineglass.org/award3.jpg
Pukeberg made a wide variety of color choices. I recently saw a pair of these squatty candlesticks sell on eBay that had yellow vaseline top and amethyst feet, and they sold for $150USD for the pair.
In the table setting shown above, there is about 9 or 10 different shapes. I have also seen a single horn epergne with base (in green uranium), vases, decanters, plates, etc., etc.
p.s. In the table set shown above: The owner has 8, 10, or 12 pieces in EACH SHAPE shown. She only displayed 2 of each shape for the intimate dinner setting.
Mr. Vaseline Glass