This crystal candelabra comprises four arms.
This 1940s four-armed iron candelabra on a black opaline base is intended for use with candles, and cannot be electrified.
This tall cast iron candelabrum shaped as a goat for two 20 mm candles was designed by Gunnar Ander for Ystad Metall Sweden in the 1950s.
This candelabra or candlestick in brass was manufactured by Ystad Metall and designed by Gunnar Ander. The blue glass is removable.
- Italian three-armed Girandole from the end of the 19th century - Carved wooden base and pendant - The three arms are made of iron
This pair of 1950s candelabras is silver-plated.
A model L67 candelabrum in yellow brass with smoky glass shades by Hans Agne Jakobsson, Markaryd in the 1960s. Please note this is not an electric lamp and requires three small tealight candles.
This set of two candelabras by Gunnar Ander for Ystad Metall was manufactured around 1950 and is made of brass and black iron.
- Six-armed candelabrum designed by Hans-Agne Jakobsson - Produced by his own company in Markaryd, Sweden during the 1960s - Polished brass with hand blown amber colored glass shades
This candelabra or candlestick in brass was designed by Gunnar Ander for Ystad Metall.
This pair of Baccarat candelabras feature prisms.