holder (containers)

Ceramic torch holders formed in the shape of two hollow cones pointing downwards, joined together and mounted on a circular plaque. The plaque has a hole through its upper section to permit its suspension, and the whole is clearly intended to sit against a wall or post. The two cones are over-modelled with small raised nubbins in horizontal rows, and triangles.

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