A pair of George III silver candlesticks in the Adam's manner, with swag decorated urn shaped nozzles, removable drip-pans, raised on tapering columns with conforming swagged capitals supported from square plinth bases with beaded edges. Sheffield 1780 by
A pair of small sterling silver candlesticks, 2007 Birmingham, with maker's marks for L J Millington, of elegant tapering form with a ringed neck and trumpet rim, weighted; hallmarked to rim of base, housed in the John Lewis retailer boxes with associa
A fine and extravagant pair of rococo revival sterling silver candlesticks, 1895 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Samuel Smith, the knopped sticks with lavish repousse decoration of flowers, scrolls and leafy forms throughout, the removable pans of confor
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII pair of candlesticks with neo-classical raised detail, having square bases with raised urn & leaf patterns, with tapering collumns decorated to each side with mouted bull trophy motifs, ribbons & flower
A pair of early 20th century silver candlesticks, with gun barrel columns with ribbon swags and bows, bead edged removable nozzles, raised on spreading square plinth bases with conforming swags and bead edges. Sheffield 1920 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons L
A pair of sterling silver Corinthian column candlesticks, 1997 Birmingham, with maker's marks for W.I. Broadway & Co, fluted and reeded columns with bead decoration to the rim and spreading squared bases, weighted & Hallmarked to foot of each, total weight
A pair of Dutch .833 silver candlesticks, early 20th century, with mark of fineness and maker's mark Ck entwined, the simple knopped sticks with spreading domed bases, hallmarked near foot, total weight 303gr height 11 cm
A pair of American sterling silver candlesticks, 1906, with maker's marks for Gorham, the weighted sticks with knopped baluster stems, urn form nozzles and lobed bases with embossed floral and rib designs throughout, hallmarked underside with date cyph
A pair of George II sterling silver square based cast candlesticks by George Wickes, London 1743 with detachable round drip trays engraved 'No 1 & No 2', the bases engraved with a crest of Ceres, the goddess of agriculture and numbered and with scratch wei
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