The classic Ystad Metal Lily design, first displayed in the 1939 New York World's Fair, was made in Sweden and designed by Ivar Alenius Bjork. Mr. Bjork’s work became wildly popular and remains so today! This example is solid brass, with wooden faux candles that have been painted and textured to appear candle-like, with wax drippings. Bass has some patina; retains sheen.
8.5" W (leaves) x 3.25 Diameter (base) x 12" H (faux candle)
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