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Vintage Fiesta & Harlequin Tripod and Bulb Candle Holders by Homer Laughlin for Sale | Circa 1936-1944

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Bulb Candle Holders
Vintage Fiesta Pottery Bulb Candle Holders in Original Turquoise Glaze for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1937-1946: The Vintage Fiesta bulb candle holders belong to that delightful group of shapes were only produced in the first original six colors, turquoise being added slightly later, in 1937. It always surprises me how hard it is to find these early pieces in the turquoise glaze with a nice application, without issues and damage. Marked in the mold on the sides of the bottom, the piece would have been slip case with the mold seams finished by hand.

For Sale: $165

Original Yellow Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1936-1944: The Fiesta bulb candle holder is a great, affordable, unique piece of the fiesta line to collect. Less likely to be found with damage than the tripod candle holders and at a fraction of the price. Marked in the mold on the sides of the bottom, the piece would have been slip case with the mold seams finished by hand. The round bulb sits atop four great art-deco influenced scalloped legs.

For Sale: $140

Vintage Fiestaware, Original Green,Bulb Candle Holders

Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders in Original Green Glaze »

Circa 1936-1946: A rare treats that expands outside the dinner line to accessorize the art of the table. Playing on the bulbous form (like that found in the mustard, marmalade and ice lip pitcher), the bulb candlesticks flow well into the fiesta line.

For Sale: $155

Original Ivory Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders in Original Ivory Glaze »

Circa 1936-1944: The Fiesta bulb candle holder is a great, affordable, unique piece of the fiesta line to collect. Less likely to be found with damage than the tripod candle holders and at a fraction of the price. Marked in the mold on the sides of the bottom, the piece would have been slip case with the mold seams finished by hand. The round bulb sits atop four great art-deco influenced scalloped legs.

For Sale: $145

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Bulb Candle Holders in Original Blue Glaze for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders  in Original Blue Glaze »

Circa 1936-1946: Another one of those rare treats that expands outside the dinner line to accessorize the art of the table. Playing on the bulbous form (like that found in the mustard, marmalade and ice lip pitcher), the bulb candlesticks flow well into the fiesta line.

For Sale: $145

Radioactive Red Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1937-1942: The Vintage Fiesta bulb candle holder is a great, affordable and unique piece of the Vintage Fiesta pottery line to collect. Less likely to be found with damage than the tripod candle holders and at a fraction of the price.

For Sale: $165

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Tripod Candle Holders | Circa 1937-1942
Vintage Fiesta tripod candleholders in original yellow glaze for sale

Vintage Fiesta Tripod Candle Holders in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa: 1937-1942.The tripod candle holders are perhaps the hardest pieces of vintage fiesta pottery to find without damage. With 27 corners on the tiers it is all too common to find them with chips on the edges. Since I make it a practice not to buy Fiesta with any damage it took a long time to make my first purchase of a pair of the candle holders. This example in yellow boasts excellent condition with no chips, no wear, no touch-ups or repairs.

For Sale: $575

Vintage Fiesta Tripod Candleholders in Original Green Glaze For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Tripod Candle Holders in Original Light Green Glaze »

Circa 1937-1942: Slip cast from a highly detailed four part mold and formed from liquid clay, the survival rate of this delicate piece is slim. To find a pair in excellent, undamaged condition is a collectors greatest delight. With twenty seven edges on the tripod columns themselves, damage is all to common. This pair boasts perfect condition.

For Sale: $545

Vintage Fiesta Tripod Candle Holders in Turquoise: Hard to Find Go-Along Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Tripod Candle Holders in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa: 1937-1942. The tripod candle holders are perhaps the hardest pieces of vintage fiesta pottery to find without damage. With 27 corners on the tiers it is all too common to find them with chips on the edges. Since I make it a practice not to buy Fiesta with any damage it took a long time to make my first purchase of a pair of the candle holders (occassionally a single will appear, but it is the rare treat to find an original pair in mint condition). This example in turquoise boasts perfect condition.

For Sale: $595

Vintage Fiesta Tripod Candle Holders in Red: Hard to Find Go-Along Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Tripod Candle Holders in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: A bold and extremely art-deco design make up the vintage Fiesta tripod candle holders. Perhaps the most complicated piece of the entire vintage fiesta pottery line, the tripods make more reference to the galant skyscrapers of the time than to mere tableware. Produced for seven years and not big sellers at the time, makes the demand for the tripod candle holders high. Slip cast from a highly detailed four part mold and formed from liquid clay, the survival rate of this delicate piece is slim. Marked in the mold on the bottom "fiesta HLCo USA" and fully glazed.

For Sale: $595

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