Decoration number 1/1506.
The factory marks show that these are from 1898-1923.
Both candlesticks and their tops are painted by painter no. 31 Frk. E. Steenberg, who was employed July 1885 to February 1938.
She was the only painter who was employed at a fixed monthly salary, as opposed to the normal chord salary. She painted so nicely that everything she managed to paint was sold quickly in the store. She was also allowed to paint many of the larger and advanced parts for the dinnerware sets. Among other things. candlesticks like these.
The candleholders are very nice and strong in the blue color and have got great beautiful gold decorations put on them, all original from Royal Copenhagen.
The set can be used either with the 3-arm top or as a candle holder for just one light.
The candelabras are in perfect condition with almost no wear on the gold.
One arm of the one candelabra, however, is broken and glued together again - however, the light cuff is missing.