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This tin candleholder came from Hall Tavern in Charlemont, Massachusetts. At some point in its life, it was painted black, but it would have originally been shiny tin. Made with a back to reflect the light, it is designed to hang on the wall and has a decorative crimped edge along the top.


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Sconce-Candle Reflector

date   c. 1835
location   Charlemont, Massachusetts
height   13.75"
width   4.25"
process/materials   tin
accession #   #K.060

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