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295 Meserole Street Brooklyn, NY 11206 , United States Call Seller 347.463.9894

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Floor Candelabrum Attributed to James Martin

$ 2,800
  • Description
    This masterful floor candelabrum is attributed to the New Hope woodworker and sculptor, James Martin, who served as an extended apprentice to George Nakashima. Often, when Nakashima's studio had a lengthy waitlist for orders, he would employ Martin to complete these projects. His craftsmanship was refined enough to meet Nakashima's high standards.
    This elegant, sculptural piece is comprised of a semicircle of six candles in walnut and spun aluminum. The frame and base are also carved walnut.
    Additionally, Martin designed and crafted a hanging version; this floor example is scarcely seen.
    The piece is unsigned by Martin, but branded with an 's' on the underside of the base.
  • More Information
    In the Style of: George Nakashima
    Origin: United States, Pennsylvania
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: spun aluminum, carved walnut
    Condition: Good. Good. Signs of use to three of the six candles (burns).
    Styles / Movements: Mid Century, Minimalist, Modern
    Incollect Reference #: 201240
  • Dimensions
    W. 15 in; H. 56.5 in; D. 15 in;
    W. 38.1 cm; H. 143.51 cm; D. 38.1 cm;
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