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In the dining room, a pair of anemone-like sculptures stands in lieu of candelabra on the vintage table that inspired the design of one in his new line of furniture.
At night, silver candelabras and a sprinkling of outdoor lanterns illuminate the property, setting the stage for romance.
Located on the Paracas Peninsula along Pisco Bay, the massive geoglyph roughly resembles a giant candelabra or branched candlestick, stretching 600 feet from top to bottom and carved two feet deep into the face of a hill.
Attendees set up tables clad in white table cloths, and the tablescapes range from elaborate candelabras to floral displays of white roses.
Five lifts: one to move a piano and four for heavy candelabra set dressing.
Items include an antique sofa; chandeliers; bronze, Chinese and jade sculptures; signed oil paintings on canvases; and a bronze Italian clock set with candelabras.
On football game days, Southern tailgating rises to a whole new level when the silver candelabras come out at the Grove.
The old brass candelabras were replaced with similar ones produced by Christofle, the same company that made them 120 years ago.
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Origin and Etymology of candelabra
First Known Use: 1805See Words from the same year
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