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- n. Plural form of candlestand.
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A small Chinese family firm that began by making Buddhist ceremonial relics like candlestands and joss sticks soon started catering to a British colonial appetite for tankards and tea sets, and today, Royal Selangor pewter can be found from Ginza to Piccadilly.
Typical products are cups, containers, bowls, candlestands, lamp bases, flowerpots and novelties, as well as hundreds of other household and decorative items.
Joined forms are assembled from separately-thrown sections: they include large bottles, cups with stands, candlestands, and other forms that cannot be made in one piece.
Similarly, decorative pottery (like candlestands, ashtrays, etc.) that is done with traditional shapes and decoration has its own market for export. labor-intensive products
In this later period figures like garden statuary made of sugar or the newly developing porcelain were set in landscapes of imitation flower beds: Around this the food was disposed, as well as candlestands, stemmed goblets with ices or fruit, and often flowers.
The candelabra and the candlestands are draped in black mourning covers, the lamps glimmer dimly and faintly, and the sun seems intentionally to pass by the church windows.