This Southern-attributed, Hepplewhite stand was found at an estate sale in the Shenandoah Valley and then marketed by Irongate Antiques of Occoquan, Virginia in 1981. It is made of mostly cherrywood with some mahogany, hand dressed and hand turned, in the late 18th or early 19th century. This Federal Period stand is well proportioned and has a delicate scale. It may have originally been used as a wine stand, given its height, or it is just a very tall candlestand. There is an old smithy repair to one leg. This candlestand is priced at $700.00.