Spellbinding. Pictured for the first time together the Beistle Company’s elusive witch table decorations in a bewitching photomontage.

Witch table decoration, USA, Beistle, (no mark), 1930-1931, 14″h. This item has an easel back with arms jointed at the shoulders and elbows. The honeycomb skirt came in the following colors: orange, black; green, yellow; orange and green, and yellow and black. While all variations are exceedingly rare, this orange and green, and yellow and black multi-color honeycomb iteration are the least often seen. Although I knew the color combinations existed in theory, I had never seen either surface before these two examples.