New Mexican Hanging Candelabra by Jim Wiley


Handcrafted by Jim Wiley from Ponderosa Pine

New Mexican Hanging Candelabra

A handmade revival candelabra; reproduced from the original from the ex Larry Frank collection, pictured on page 193 of A Land So Remote Volume 3, Wooden Artifacts of Frontier New Mexico. The hanging candle holders came from a church near Espanola, NM. The stems of the ornamental candelabra have been sculpted geometrically. The actual candle holding devices have been fashioned from strips of tin nailed to the cross arms.

Our revival version of the New Mexican Hanging Candelabra features a warm natural finish and includes the antiqued tin candled holders, and one set of eight 5″ beeswax candles.

Dimensions: 26” tall x 24” diameter

Jim was born and raised in Taos and is following the tradition of other wood workers in the valley such as Elidio Gonzales and Nicolai Fechin. His designs cover a range of styles, from Northern New Mexico Hispanic to German, Scandinavian, Russian, Irish, and African. Most of the designs are considered Folk Art.

Jim was designated a Taos Living Master by the Taos Fall Arts Foundation in 2007 and 2008. In 2009, he won first place for furniture in the Taos Fall Arts-Taos Invites Taos show.

Handcrafted by Jim Wiley

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