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Vintage Retro CANDLESTICKS — Pair of wooden candlesticks
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Shabby chic pair of candlesticks in wood with open barley twist decoration of the retro style; vintage Asian late 20th century. Technically Retro refers to a new item that imitates any old style and design. Homewares in such style were produced from around the 1970s onward. Retro designed items often have a mix of decorative elements from several different styles that were popular in the past.
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2 Vintage Retro CANDLESTICKS Barley Twist Wooden Old Shabby Chic Medium Holder Unusual Late 20th Century Asian LS
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Pair of wooden candlesticks

Vintage Asian, late 20th century

Shabby chic pair of candlesticks in wood with open barley twist decoration of the retro style; vintage Asian late 20th century.

Condition: some surface wear

Technically Retro refers to a new item that imitates any old style and design. Homewares in such style were produced from around the 1970s onward. Retro designed items often have a mix of decorative elements from several different styles that were popular in the past.

Size

Height
16 cm
Diameter
8 cm
14 UK 1 remaining in stock. Safely packaged in a well padded box. Free UK delivery, 14-day returns (30 days for faulty items).
Vintage Retro CANDLESTICKS — Pair of wooden candlesticks 1

How to care

Scratches on solid wood furniture are easily repaired by scratch cover polish. We like the Rustins multi-colour - test on small discreet area first!


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Vintage Retro CANDLESTICKS — Pair of wooden candlesticks 2
Vintage Retro CANDLESTICKS — Pair of wooden candlesticks 3

How to care

Keep hot, cold and wet cups off highly polished wood surfaces. Water stains are hard to remove - you may need to French polish the entire surface.

Vintage Retro CANDLESTICKS — Pair of wooden candlesticks 4

How to care

Solid wood furniture will survive many centuries if it is kept dry and regularly oiled, either by a continuous human touch, by polishing or by waxing.