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Vintage Elizabeth II Pair of Sterling Silver Two Light Candelabra - George I Style
Offered by AC Silver
Each impressive two light candelabrum retains the original hallmarked detachable push fit scrolling arms, which support two rounded waisted capitals with plain circular dished drip pans.
These versatile vintage candelabra can be used as candlesticks once the arms (labra) are detached.
The knopped stems are surmounted on sunken wells, to tooled decorated circular spreading bases.
The filled bases retain the original leatherette covering to the underside.
The base of each was made by Richard Comyns of William Comyns & Sons Ltd and the labra were crafted by William Bruford & Son*; these items will have been crafted in the same year but due to the hallmarking system the bases are struck with the date letter ‘d’ and the labra bear ‘e’.
* Two different maker’s crafting alternative components of candelabra is not an uncommon practice due to the manufacturing process.
Width across arms 26.4cm/10.4"
Diameter of capital 2.3cm/0.9"
Diameter of drip pan 6.8cm/2.7"
Diameter of base 9.7cm/3.8"
An accurate weight cannot be provided as these candleabra have filled bases.
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Origin: London, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear