Made of sterling silver, hollow form, repoussé. Of this work, Mimlitsch-Gray states: "This candelabrum is bittersweet-a portrayal of the field in flux. The objects are amusing yet sad, silly yet sublime. On the one hand I present an image of silver in decline, on the other, the promise of rebirth. Silver's history is marked by such moments of destruction and regeneration-a parallel metaphor to civilization's progress. Those objects that have been preserved are made more precious by their rescue from the flames."