Colonial #695 and #696, Northwood

Until recently, I had listed these as Fenton's Florentine pattern. They are very similar. The main difference is the little bulbous band between the stem and base on this one. On the Fenton version it's much less pronounced. The #695 sticks are 8 3/4 inches tall; the #696 are 10 1/4. As auctioneers invariably list these as Fenton's Florentine, see that listing for prices.

One vaseline set that was correctly identifed sold in 2015 for $50 and a Marigod pair went for $190 in 2016. A pair listed as 695 in Jade Blue sold in 2019 for $25. A pair listed as 696 in vaseline sold in 2019 for $100.

A correctly identified set in Blue sold for $90 in 2018.

In 2020, a single candlestick identified as Colonial 695 in Vaseline brought $55. A single candlestick in Jade Blue sold for $30 and a pair in Olive green brought $20. A pair listed as 695 in Celeste sold in 2019 for $40 and a pair in Russet went for $65.

In 2022, a pair listed as Topaz sold for $60 and a pair in blue brought $40.

This set of White #695 candleholders are unusual in that they have small notches cut into the vertical edges. They sold in 2012 for $725.

In 2018, two pairs listed as this pattern in Celeste blue sold for $20 and $40.

In 2020, a pair of these candlesticks in Celeste blue sold for $15 and two pairs in Vaseline brought $65 and $75. Also a pair in Clesete sold for $15 and a pair in russet for $65.

In 2021 a 695 pair in Blue brought $60, a pair in Russet $50, and two pairs in Topaz $50 and $450. Also in 2021, a 696 pair in Topaz also brought $50. A pair of 696 in White also sold in 2021 for $210. Pairs in Vaseline sold for $55 and $85.

Updated 2/28/2022

This set was listed simply as Colonial when it sold in 2019. Nine inches tall, in russet, it brought $60.