CANDLES,,,CANDLES, CANDLES–PERIODPIECES IRISH SHOP

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AGAIN WE AR EIN THE IRISH SHOP AND ARE OFFERING CANDLES FOR CHRISTMAS. EACH CANDLE SELLS FOR €5.   WE HAVE A SET OF TWO WITH CENTER BAND AND BOTTOM LATHED EDGING.  THE NEXT PIX OF A SET OF THREE SHOW THREE DIFERNET HEIGHT WITH A CENTER RIDGING AND FINALLY THE LAST SET OF THREE ARE JUST PLAIN.

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WE ALSO HAVE A BLOCK CANDLE HLDER WITH THREE  TEALIGHT…THIS SELLS FOR €10

OUR CANDLES ARE AVAILABLE IN MAHOGANY STAIN AND VARNISHED AND ALSO IN BLACK LACQUER PAINT.

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IF YOU ARE STEAMPUNK INDUSTRIAL OR VICTORIAN TRADITIONAL..THIS WORKS

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We are in Ireland in the Irish workshop right now and are listing this redesigned & repurposed wine rack for €265 reduced from €335 for the Christmas season.  The description can be found on our Irish facebook page shttps://www.facebook.com/period.pieces. Mindya,  the table was repurposed from a very bold mahagony dresser..this type of mahogany is very old and you really cannot get this high a quality wood any longer….it could be very old Honduras but our craftsman was very impressed with the wood….the patina of this piece is gorgeous and the colors do  not show up well.  The full on piece is the closest in the true color.

The tiles are authentic Victorain fireplace tiles made by Maw & Co…Shropshire England but  also refurbishedfrom an Irish washand basin back splash

I can see this piece in a kitchen, hallway, conservatory in a hig rise city apartment or in a country cottage

ANYONE KNOW THIS ANTIQUE PIECE

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS IS????
DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS IS????

John had this piece of hand carved wood in the workshop which he cleaned and sealed.  It might have been part of a carved plant stand but we are unsure.  Perhaps Chines or even Anglo Indian- he believes it was from the Victorian period.  Any thoughts????