MINNESOTA CANDLESTICK COMPANY
Known as " LVL "
Minneapolis, Minnesota
1920's ERA

"LVL" are the initials of   LULU VERHOREN LAVELL.
She was an artist who designed the Art Nouveau Cast Iron
for the Minnesota Candlestick Company.
She had patents on Doorstops and Candle Holders.
They were mostly of Colonial People & Flowers


MARKING STYLE :
Their doorstops were marked with the Letters " LVL
the "L is made, not at a 90 degree angle, more like 60 degrees
Sometimes there was a " " Symbol in front of the LVL
And, sometimes they added " PAT APPL FOR "   or " PAT PEND "
An example of a doorstop with both is seen in views "M1a" & "M1b"

DOORSTOPS MADE BY LVL :
COLONIAL WOMAN
WOMAN IN RUFFLED DRESS WITH 2 BOWS
CALYPSO GUITARIST
ART DECO FLOWERS
ZINNNIAS
OXEN, PIONEERS & WAGON