Arts & Crafts Gothic revival brass candle stick. Pierced and scalloped sconce; barley twist column with four rock crystal cabochons, on cross hatched and floral base. Has been prepared for electricity, circa 1860. Height 29 cm
A pair of 19th century French Louis XVI gilt bronze cherub candelabra, each cherub with original bronze patina supporting a gilt bronze twin candle sconce with relief decoration, the base of each as a red porphyry marble fluted column with ormolu swags and
A set of four George III silver candle sticks, Tudor and Leader, Sheffield, 1781, each with a square, loaded, stepped and beaded foot with a conforming graduated stem, surmounted with an urn formed sconce with husk flower swagging and beaded drip pan(4) 27
A pair of French 19th century gilt bronze Sevres style candelabra, each with three branches terminating in sconces and a further centre sconce, the stem with a gilt cherub above porcelain panel painted with cherubs, on three ormolu feet. 39 cm high
A pair of bronze, gilt bronze and marble figural candelabra, each with a body cast as cherub supporting a cornucopia, emanating five scroll arms with sconces and a further central sconce, raised on marble plinth base, 82 cm high.
A pair of William IV Sheffield plate candelabra, each with three branches terminating in sconces and a further centre sconce above a bulbous stem with stylised acanthus chased decoration on an circular domed base with C scroll and foliate decoration.52 cm
A 19th century plated candelabra, with a stem with foliate decoration above three branches terminating in sconces and a further centre sconce raised on a square domed base with foliate decoration. 54 cm high, 42 cm wide.
A pair of George III mahogany candlesticks each on a turned circular base with fluted and twisted stems and brass sconces, each with varying decoration and drip trays, together with two further candlesticks, one missing a sconce and part of the stem, 37 cm
A group of four bronze Pricket sticks, circa 1890, the spiked top above ringed and reeded sconce with a lower turned central pillar, the triangular foot with scroll sides containing a central image of cupids surrounded by rays of sunshine supported on claw
A pair of large religious gilt bronze Pricket sticks, circa 1880, the pierced floral sconce above a turned and engraved central pillar standing on a leaf pattern base with fleur de lys patterns and scroll feet, height 70 cm
A pair of William IV style plated candelabra, each with a flared stem, above two branches terminating in sconces and a further centre sconce, raised on a domed square base with raised foliate decoration.
A pair of Regency two toned bronze figural candle sticks, circa 1830, the first in the form of Bacchus holding a cornucopia and seated on a panther, the other in the form of a maiden holding a fish while seated upon a dolphin, each stick set with gilt roco
A pair of decorative French 19th century sculptured brass Sevres panel candelabra each with a Sevres porcelain stem above three branches terminating in sconces and a further centre sconce raised on an ormolu rococo base with inset porcelain painted panels.
A George III silver chamber candle stick and snuffer, maker EG London 1764, circular with a loop handle and shaped sconce, the rim snuffer and drip pan with reeded decoration. Height 10 cm. Diameter 14 cm
A pair of bronze candlesticks, circa 1920. Rising from a circular base with twist centre and beaded border the ebonised column is wrapped with crawling vines leading to a flower head sconce. Height 27 cm
A pair of Murano glass candlesticks circa 1950, each with a ruffled sconce and drip pan above a green glass frond standard, raised on a circular base applied with pastel coloured fruit, the whole with gold inclusions, printed paper manufactures label, 24 c
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 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 pair of William IV sterling silver candle sticks 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.
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