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English hallmarked sterling silver George IV pair of candlesticks having round baluster bodies with reeded edges & removable nozzles, with weighted bases, Sheffield, 1829, maker Thomas Blagden & Co, height 25 cm

Pair of Danish 925 sterling silver candlesticks, approx. 434gr

Pair of American sterling silver candelabra, marked, sterling, Frank M. Whiting & Company, weighted and Reinforced, two branched candelabra, with gadrooned borders, each holding three taper candles, on circular base, top section can be removed for use

Pair of American sterling silver candlesticks, of knop form, decorated with roses and foliage on circular base, weighted, height 22 cm (2)

Art Nouveau sterling silver candlestick, hallmarked, Birmingham, 1916, makers rubber, height 15 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver George V pair of candlesticks having baluster bodies, with six-shell bases, & removable nozzles, with weighted bases, Sheffield, 1926, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, height 25.5 cm

Pair of European silver 3 branch candelabra, 57 cm high, tested as silver, with removable tops to form a pair of candlesticks (loaded) 36 cm high, one insert base from a 3 branch top needs to be re-attached.

A pair of hallmarked sterling silver weighted candlesticks, Birmingham, Ht 10 cm

A pair of George II silver candlesticks, William Gould, London, 1743, cast with a shaped, square stepped base with knopped stems and detachable nozzles (nozzles unmarked), 1098 gms, 19.3 cm high

A pair of silver gilt and hardwood candle holders, Stuart Devlin, London, 1971, each with a lattice pierced cylindrical body, enclosing a silver gilt drip pan, above a separate hardwood base, weighable silver 428 gms, 19 cm total height

A pair of European silver hallmarked candlesticks, removable sconce with turned column, scroll leaf and shell raised decoration on square foot (loaded base), height 23 cm

Pair of sterling silver candlesticks, mark of L. D. Ld., Birmingham, 1969, each Corinthian column raised on stepped-square base inscribed in hebrew, with removable nozzle, weighted, hallmarked (2), height 31 cm

Pair Israel silver candlesticks, turquoise coloured bead decoration to bases. Marked 925, height 15 cm. Wt.108g

Early Victorian hallmarked sterling silver candle holder, London 1838, maker Robert Hennell II. With snuffer, diameter 18 cm. Wt.266g

Pair of sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked Birmingham 1955, 621 grams approx, height 27.5 cm

Two sterling silver candlesticks & a vase, with various English hallmarks, 513grams weighted total

A pair of German silver baroque style candlesticks, of similar design to above. Unmarked, tested. 656gms. Height 33 cm

Pair of sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked London, with raised bow and urn decoration, height 30 cm

A pair of Corinthian silver candlesticks by Britton, Gould & Co, Birmingham 1930, of typical form on beaded and stepped bases, total weight, 31 cm high

A like pair of George II sterling silver square based cast candlesticks by Jonathan Swift, London 1745 & 48, 19 cm high 945 grams

Pair of late Victorian sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked, London,1898, William Hutton & Sons, of fluted tapering form, on circular petalled base, total weight 2050gm, height 27 cm

Pair of late Victorian sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked, London,1887, William Hutton & Sons, of fluted tapering form, on circular petalled base, total weight 1085gm, height 28.5 cm

Pair of late Victorian sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1890, James Dixon & Sons, in the form of Corinthian columns accented with acanthus and vine scrolls, raised on square beaded pedestal bases, total weight, height 27 cm

A pair of hallmarked English sterling silver candlesticks, Birmingham, maker's mark WS & P, height 15 cm, Wt 184 g

A Germanic silver Corinthian column candlestick, on a square base, marked 835, total weight 775gm, 28 cm high

English hallmarked sterling silver George VI pair of candlesticks having round bodies & weighted bases. Birmingham, 1949 & 1950, maker Poston Products Ltd. Height 29.5 cm

Pair of sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked London 1970

Pair of sterling silver candlesticks, 19th century

Pair of sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked Sheffield 1909, 23 cm high (tallest) approx., as inspected

An Edwardian silver squat candlestick, H.Matthews, Birmingham 1909.

A silver candlestick, stamped 925. Height 13.5 cm. Total weight 193g.

A pair of silver candlesticks, with enamel tronc, with handpainted flowers, Birmingham 1938, probably by Deakin & Francis. Height 21 cm. (dents and repairs).

A pair of silver candlesticks, round bases, Hardy Bros, London 1912 (weighted bases). Height 16.5 cm.

Pair of George III sterling silver candlesticks, by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp. In the 'classical Adam style' marked 1779, Sheffield. DSRS approx 28 cm high provenance Ex Stanley Lipscombe (2)

Pair Victorian sterling silver table candlesticks Corinthian columns on downswept bases with fluted beaded rims, Sheffield 1879, 28.5 cm height

Pair Victorian dwarf sterling silver candlesticks neo-classical design decorated with swags & rams heads, Sheffield 1900

Pair George V sterling silver candlesticks octagonal tapering on stepped bases, engraved crest, Sheffield, 1915, 21.5 cm height

Magnificent suite of six sterling silver candlesticks comprising pair of two branch candelabra and four matching table candlesticks. Cast in the high Rococco taste with fluted columns, scroll and acanthus decorations, Sheffield 1823, maker John Watson. Can

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

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