A pair of Victorian sterling silver chamber candlesticks with snuffers by William & George Sissons, Sheffield 1862, of conventional form with removable snuffers, engraved with six point star crest, 679 grams, 17 cm width, (2)
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian chamberstick having a square form drip tray, a cast plain scroll handle, an associated removable dunce-cap extinguisher, original removable nozzle, with cast scroll & shell form borders. London, 1842, maker
English hallmarked sterling silver George III chamberstick having a round drip tray, a cast plain scroll handle, an original removable dunce-cap extinguisher, an original removable nozzle, with beaded edged borders. London, 1792, maker John Edwards III. Co
A George III silver chamberstick, the nozzle, dished tray base and conical snuffer all with fine ridged rims, S-scroll handle supporting the detachable snuffer, matching crests. London 1792 by Henry Chawner. Diameter of tray 13.3 cm. 239gms.
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