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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 II silver chamber candlestick and snuffer, maker RR London 1757, circular with a loop handle and shaped sconce the edge with shell and scroll border on pad feet with snuffer

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 rare pair of 19th century brass emu candle holders Each cast in the form of a standing emu, terminating in a single sconce, raised on a rectangular base, 15.5 cm high

A Regency twin arm argand lamp, Bright & Co, 37 Bruton Street, London, black painted with gilt decoration, lacking one sconce, wired for electricity, incomplete. Width 43 cm. Height 32 cm

A decorative 19th century wrought iron wall sconce, with a central ribbon issuing vines containing twelve candle prickets, with wall mount. Width 96 cm x. Depth 18 cm x. Height 42 cm

Italian gilt metal wall sconce, c1950, with five scrolled arms each with scalloped drip trays and a single flower head surmount. Height 102 cm

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

French crystal chandelier two tier crystal with nine arms, wall sconce with flat drop crystals & glass shades

A very unusual Norwegian enamelled silver candelabra, circa 1950 in the form of a three-spoked configuration of arms ending in a sconce ringed with deep blue enamel 21 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 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.

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 19th century brass chamber candlestick, marked Palmer & Co.maker, London, the cylindrical stem beneath a spring loaded sconce flanked by a scroll handle, circular foot. Height 23 cm

A pair of Copenhagen polychrome Aluminia, Art fi'nce wall sconce candelabra, circa 1910, each with artist signature M.S, together with a wall scones by the same artist, (3). Height 18 cm

A pair of Georgian Sheffield Plated twin branch, three sconce candelabra

A superb pair of French 19th century Second Empire gilt bronze candelabra each with a gadrooned base fluted column and three scrolled arms and centre sconce. Height 49 cm

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 Regency glass candlesticks each on dome base, bulbous stem and flared sconce. Height 26 cm

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

A pair of 19th century Sheffield plate candelabra, each with two arms and three sconce holders

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

A 19th century German porcelain candelabra, the figural and floral encrusted base and stem emanating six scrolling arms terminating in sconces, with a further central sconce, 67 cm high

Two Georgian chamber-sticks with snuffers London 1802, maker Wb, one sconce unmarked one, with makers mark Je