Learn about Candelabra

A candelabra is a multi-branched candelstick for use on a large table. In addition to the central stem, they may have between two and six branches. Long ago made redundant through electrification, their purpose these days is decorative. They were sometimes made in sets of two or more., although very few sets have survived. Most commonly they were made in silver and silver plate from the mid 17th century, but other materials used were ceramic and pewter. Silver candelabra often had a flame shaped finial that fitted in each candle socket when the candlelabra was not in use. As an aid to cleaning, the ornate arms are often removeable. The plural of candelabra is either candelabra or candelabrum

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Pair of Herend porcelain figural candlesticks, approx 90 cm high (2)

A pair of antique ormolu and Sevres porcelain candlesticks, 19th century, in the Louis XVI style with neoclassical urn form nozzles with stiff leaf motifs, a fringed leafy collar to elegant tear drop floral painted porcelain stems, the spreading base with

A pair of Edward VII miniature silver candlesticks, bow and garland decoration, weighted, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham, 1905.

Royal Doulton Shakespeare series 2 candlesticks, series ware, 'Shylock, Ophelia' 17 cm high

Royal Doulton Dutch scene candlestick, height 16.5 cm approx

Pair of antique Doulton stoneware candlesticks, 15.5 cm high

Royal Doulton Shakespeare series pair candlesticks, series ware, "Katharine, Hamlet" 17 cm high approx.

British Arts & Crafts candlestick. White earthenware, conical base with three pierced tapering supports, red majolica glaze. C1880-1900.

A pair of Doulton Lambeth art nouveau slipware decorated candlesticks, circa 1900, 25 cm high

A pair of Sevres style turquoise porcelain and gilt metal candlesticks, 19th century, 17 cm high

Pair French porcelain gilt metal candelabra painted with romantic couples and landscapes measure 49 cm high

Impressive pair of antique French porcelain bodied candelabra, each with multiple scrolling arms with candle sconces, approx 84 cm high (2)

A pair of contemporary porcelain bird figured and brass candlesticks. 40 cm high

A pair of 19th century French cast gilt metal candlesticks, each with shaped foot and moulded standard above a blue porcelain baluster form with garlands, and foliate scrolled branches approx. 50 cm high

A pair of French porcelain, bronze and silver candlesticks, late 19th century, with maker's mark of Robert Linzeler et Cie, the pillars with tapering squared socles to shaped timber base with silver borders of ribbons and leaves, and raised on silver b

A Victorian brass and porcelain desk set comprising inkwell and a pair of candlesticks pierced floral motif to the brass and blue and white floral china. (3 pieces)

A Continental porcelain three-branch figural candlestick AF 48 cm high

Fine pair of antique porcelain candle sticks, cast in relief with scrolling foliage with gilt highlights, approx 28.5 cm high (2)

Pair of 19th century porcelain figural candelabrum with five branches. Height 52 cm approx

A fine pair of French gilt bronze and porcelain candelabra, 19th century. Lavishly cast and pierced, the scrolling five arm candelabra embellished with vine leaves, fruits and flowers, with a globular porcelain stem painted with putti to a floral porcelain

Antique enamel and porcelain candlestick with angle and gilt decoration on black

Antique French porcelain and ormolu chamber stick, approx 7 cm high, 17.5 cm wide

German pair of figural candelabra depicting two young courting couples & heavily decorated with flowers, with a faux Vienna mark to the base. Height 37 cm

A Hutschenreuther three light candelabrum, scrolling arms above a putto playing a pipe, marked to base, together with a pair of two light candelabra. Height 44.5 cm and 22 cm

A collection of miscellaneous porcelain including Moore Brothers flower encrusted jardiniere, a flower holder, a bowl on stand, two salts and a small candle stick holder

A collection of Moore Brothers porcelain including a pair of circular flower encrusted candle holder and a small vase with applied cactus flower, together with another white and gold engraved vase. 9.5 cm high, each and 11 cm high

Early European Studio, Pottery, pair candlesticks, 37 cm height (one, damaged)

Pair of German porcelain five branch candelabras with applied cherubs & floral decoration, late 19th century. 50 cm

Pair of antique Naples marked porcelain and brass mounted candle sticks, 44 cm high each (2)

Pair of gilt metal and porcelain two stick candlesticks, approx 25 cm high

Pair of antique Dresden porcelain five stick candelabra, approx 51 cm high

Two various piece's Shelley china. butterfly dec vase; and candle holder. Height 17 cm (vase)

A rare pair of antique Majolica quail candlesticks circa 1870, approx 33 cm high

Royal Crown Derby witches pattern Imari palette dressing table set. Comprising of a candlestick, a tray, three boxes and covers each highlighted in gilt. Tray 30 x 24 cm

A pair of French porcelain candlesticks, each modelled of a parrot on a bronze rococo base. 38 cm high

A Dresden plate with painted flowers within reticulated borders. Together with a pair of Dresden candlesticks, each with the stem with a moulded figure and a Wedgwood plate. Candlesticks 26 cm high

A Royal Crown Derby 'Gold Aves' candlestick, 1973, pattern A1235, a fluted and knopped candlestick upon a square form base with dolphin motifs at each corner and embellished with finely tooled gilt birds of various species; with backstamp underside and dat

Ormolu based ornate vase candelabra with metal and porcelain flower

A pair of French late 19th century porcelain vases converted to candelabra, polychrome decorated with Budgerigars, now converted to candelabra with Louis XVI style ormolu candle arms, 87 cm high, 35 cm diam