The brass candler has been used for centuries as a decorative item, and the brass house numbers are a popular and easy way to remember places.
Now, some Americans are using them to make a political statement.
The brass candles that have become an instant household symbol are made of a zinc alloy and are decorated with a silver plate and a brass plaque, the National Institute of Standards and Technology said on Tuesday.
They are designed to look like a brass house number, which is engraved into the brass.
The plates are made from brass, copper and zinc and are the same material as the house numbers that are engraved into brass candelabras.
The candelabs are used as a political sign by some people to make an appearance of authority, but they are also a symbol of the American way of life and can be seen as a way to express support for a candidate.
The numbers are typically displayed at political rallies and at election ceremonies.
In fact, a recent Gallup poll found that almost half of Americans believe that the brass and copper candlesticks are a political symbol.
It’s also been used to represent the nation’s military, the federal government and even the military and intelligence agencies.
The National Institute on Money in State Politics released a guide in 2016 for people interested in buying brass candellas.
It recommended that they be displayed in a large, clear window, and to have the candelaby inscribed with a number, a symbol, or a number of people or places.
It also said that the silver plate should be bright enough that you could see through it.