One of the best reference set purchases I’ve made was to buy the three volume set of The Glass Candlestick Book by Tom Felt and Elaine & Rich Stoer. The first thing I do when I acquire a candlestick holder is to look for it in one of these books. Works from the major American glass companies are included.
Volume 3 lists this piece as New Martinsville’s #4554 0- Janice. It was originally made circa 1940-1970 in crystal and reissued later in crystal and pink.
According to the Canadian Identification & Price Guide to W.J. Hughes Corn Flower Glass by Krista A. Taylor, the Hughes’ cutting could have been carried as early as the 1930s.
There is a bit of a discrepancy between the dating of these pieces between the books.
Regardless of its age it is a pretty piece.