A Pair of George V Six-Light Candelabra

THOMAS BRADBURY (worked from c.1900)

A Pair of George V Six-Light Candelabra

1930 United Kingdom

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A Pair of George VI six-light candelabra,Sheffield 1930, maker's mark of Thomas Bradbury & Sons. Retailed by A & J Smith of Aberdeen
The crest is that of Scott, as bourne by George Cole Scott, (1875-1932) of Richmond, Virginia and his wife Hildreth, (1885-1970). George Cole Scott's family came to Virginia in the 19th century from Donegall. He attended Princeton and Columbia universities, was a member of the Virginia Historical Society. He was a friend of Lord and Lady Astor. A keen sportsman, he shot in Scotland, renting Castle Forbes in the 1920's and taking the grouse shooting at Lickleyhead Castle Aberdeenshire in 1931. A gift from George Cole Scott,(1875-1932), to his wife Hildreth, (1885-1970), daughter of Lanier Dunn (1853-1915) and his wife Harriet (d.1936) on the occasion of their silver wedding on 27th September 1930. The inscription reads 'To my wife Hildreth, from George Cole Scott / May these candelabra / A replica of those at Lickleyhead Castle Scotland be a reminder of happy memories to which our children have added so large a share 1905-1930'
Height 29.00 inch (73.66 cm)
Weight 600.00oz t (18660.00g)
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