The John E. Kemple Glass Works Company was started in East Palestine, Ohio, in 1945 until 1956 when after a fire moved to Kenova, West Virginia, and finally closed in 1970. Kemple Glass Works acquired many patterns and it is believed this mold for the Narcissus pattern came from Mannington Art Glass circa the mid-1940s.Vintage Kemple Milk Glass Narcissus Handled Candle Holder
Charming milk glass candle holder with a handle and a petal like base made in the 1960s. Kemple acquired this pattern from Manningon Art Glass No. 94. Marked on the bottom with the Kemple K
Height – 2 inches
Rim diameter – 2 inches, a standard taper fits in the opening
Base diameter – 5 inches
Foot diameter – 3 1/2 inches
Marked – Kemple K on the bottom
Weight – prior to packing 9 oz, safely packaged -2 lbs
Condition – Excellent, no chips, cracks or any other damage, no signs of use. Even more unique, the center piece and actual candle holder looks like a milk glass corn cob pipe.
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