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The cylindrical rounded capital of the antique silver candlesticks retain the original navette shaped detachable push fit sconces.
The tapering octagonal panelled column of each candlestick is embellished with impressive applied fluted ornamentation accented with a band of fluted floral designs to the centre.
The base is encompassed with further applied narrow fluted decoration in a graduated design.
The concave incurved channel of each base bears the contemporary bright cut engraved presentation inscription 'Eltham Ladies Mixed Foursomes, Won by Mrs & Mr A.C.Latter, June 1902, Presented by R. Whyte Esq'.
Both candlesticks have filled bases, as to be expected and are fitted with green baize to the underside.
Length of sconce 6.5cm/2.6"
Length of base 11.2cm/4.4"
Width of base 8.6cm/3.4"
An accurate weight for silver content cannot be provided as these candlesticks have weighted bases.
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There is natural fire to the surface of each candlestick, in keeping with age.
The applied decoration is all very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the rim of each base and part hallmarks to the sleeve of each sconce are all very clear.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these pieces of Edwardian silverware.
Origin: Sheffield, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear