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Set of 9 candlesticks by Fritz Nagel & Ceasar Stoffi for BMF

Set of 9 candlesticks by Fritz Nagel & Ceasar Stoffi for BMF

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Set of 9 candlesticks (model S 22) made of chrome plated steel and produced by BMF (Bayerische Metall Fabrik). This stackable candelsticks were designed by Fritz Nagel and Ceasar Stoffi in the 1960 and are considered icons of the Space Age / Atomic Age design. The Model 22 was in production from 1965 to 1970. The pieces are in very good condition, with no deterioration and only little traces of use.

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SKU: DIV0067 Category:
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Designer/Artist

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Maker

Design Period

1960-1969

Country of Origin

Condition

Very Good. This vintage item has no defects, but it may show slight traces of use

Restoration, Damages

Minor wear consistent with age and use

Material(s)

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Color(s)

Weight

260 g each

Dimensions

7 x 9,5 x 9,5 cm (H x W x D) each

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About Mid-Century

A candlestick, chamberstick, or candelabrum (plural: candelabra) is a device used to hold a candle in place.

The name “candlestick” derives from the purpose of the device as a place to secure or “stick” a burning candle; candleholders have a cup or a spike (or both in some designs) to keep the candle in place. Webster’s II New College Dictionary defines a candlestick as “an often ornamental holder for securing a candle or candles.” Candlesticks are less frequently called “candleholders”, a word not found in most dictionaries prior to 1960.

Although electric lighting has phased out candles in many parts of the world, candlesticks and candelabra are still used in some Western countries homes as a decorative element or to add atmosphere on special occasions. Before the proliferation of electricity services, candles were brought into the bedroom using chambersticks, which were shorter than ordinary candleholders and furnished with a wide pan to catch the wax drippings.

In the context of candlesticks, a pricket is a sharp point onto which a candle is placed to keep it erect. On a regular candlestick, this may be a short point on the seat of the candle, but a “pricket candlestick” refers to a very large point (onto which the candle is placed) with a small base.

Candles and candlesticks are also used frequently in religious rituals and for spiritual means as both functional and symbolic lights. In Jewish homes, two candles are lit to mark the beginning of the Sabbath at sundown every Friday, hence, candlesticks are often on display. A seven-branched candelabrum known as the Menorah, is the national symbol of the State of Israel, based on the candelabrum that was used in the Temple in Jerusalem in ancient times. Another special candelabrum found in many Jewish homes is the Hanukiah, the Hanukkah menorah that holds eight candles, plus an extra one for lighting the others.

Tall candlesticks and altar lamps are often found in Christian churches as well,[2] while a special set of two- and three-branched candelabra called the dikirion and trikirion is used by Eastern Catholic and Eastern Orthodox bishops to bless people at worship services.

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