Dating from the Victorian - Edwardian - 1920's, from a Christmas past, six assorted styles (none matching) candle holder clips and pick for a feather tree. Five are a clip style, with the sixth one, a pick which would have been pushed into the branch of a tree.
Two of the clips are of a metallic painted surface, one in a blue tone and the other in a green tone. The remainder clips are of the plain metal tone. The metal of the clips are embossed with designs of flora, scrolls and shell. Two of the larger clips have an inner holder for the candle and an outer holder, perhaps for a glass shade? Although I have not seen any with shades, I have read they were available. How neat to find.
These two holders are the largest of the group measuring 1-3/4" in length about 1" wide. All the others are about 1-1/2" in length.
Each of the clips are in working order. You will find slight bends to the candle holder, itself, which would be very common. A tad here and there of surface rust, which is minor.