A pair of candlesticks, w. A. S. Benson, unmarked, circa 1900, in silvered copper and brass, each with a flowerhead sconce and tapered column on a scrolling acanthus leaf triform base, (2). Height 26 cm
A pair of William IV sterling silver candllesticks maker's mark rubbed, Birmingham, the baluster standard terminating in a single sconce raised on a shaped base, the whole ornately embossed with foliate and florial decoration, 30 cm high.
A pair of sterling silver candelabra maker's mark Elkington & Co Ltd, London circa 1914, the fluted tapering standard emanating two scroll branches terminating in sconces, centred by a further sconce, raised on a circular base, 37 cm high.
A fine pair of Spanish brass candlesticks, circa 1700, each with a turned, knopped stem, terminating in a single sconce with a drip pan, raised on a tri-form base cast with lion's paw feet. Height 44 cm note: a similar pair were sold by Woolley and Wallis,
A pair of Empire style gilt metal mounted candelabra 19th century, each having a fluted columnar standard emanating six scroll branches terminating in sconces with a further central sconce raised on a tripartite claw foot base
A pair of 19th century Sheffield plate candlesticks, each having a knopped foliate moulded stem terminating in a sconce with a fluted square drip pan raised on weighted gadrooned and shell moulded circular feet. Height 23.5 cm
An antique pair of Sheffield plate telescopic baluster candlesticks copper bleeding through the silver, each candlestick with a knopped stem below an urn nozzle supporting a detacheable sconce insert, moulded leaves in relief decorated and on a stepped cir
Pair of 19th century European silver Sabbath candlesticks each with raised pierced associated gallery topped sconces, surrounding a flattened sconce and a selection of turned and foliate chased pillars, resting on square fully loaded plinth bases. Height 3
Richard Cooke pair of George III sterling silver candlesticks, London 1802 each modelled with a single thistle shaped sconce, having a beaded rim, leading to a ribbed and pierced stem, for vestas, a snuffer fitted to one side and scrolled handle, all resti
Pair of 19th century Polish silver five light candelabra, Warsaw, each modelled with a central thistle shaped sconce, with a further four thistle shaped sconces, on scrolled figural supports below leading to a central tapered flared pillar, all resting on
An impressive silverplate candelabra 19th century, having a fluted stem, emanating three dual branch arms terminating in sconces, with a further central acanthus pierced and moulded sconce, raised on a tripartite base, stamped T.B, 94 cm high
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