Royal Haeger Candleholder
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Vintage authentic Royal Haeger candleholder.
"In 1871, the same year of the great Chicago fire, a young German immigrant named David H. Haeger founded the company originally known as the Dundee Brickyard. Over the next 130 years under four generations of family leadership, this small town brickmaker was to become America’s oldest and largest production pottery. The firm began producing artware in 1914, and the contributions of former Fulper employee Martin Stangl to its success is probably incalculable.
In 1938 design genius Royal Hickman joined the company to introduce an extraordinary line of artware, called Royal Haeger. Hickman’s work was daringly intricate with smooth, flowing lines and highly original glazes."
- via veniceclayartists.com
Dimensions: 7.5" tall x 5.5" wide
Note: All of our FOUND pieces are in great or near-perfect vintage condition. Some may show signs of wear and age. Embrace these as character. Remember, every home needs some character and whimsy!
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