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A pair of Georgian style silver taper sticks, William Charles Fordham & Albert Faulkner / Sheffield /, circa 1952, weighted, each with a slender baluster stem, rising to a flared drip pan, on a shaped square foot, 13.5 cm high

A fine George III sterling silver taperstick, London 1769, with removable wax pan, tapered knob stem upon a square cast shell base. Height 13.5 cm. Weight 150grams

Antique Elkington silver plated taper stick circa 1860, in the shape of a foot in Roman sandal, gilded highlights, factory mark & diamond shaped registration mark to base, 14 cm long approx

A transitional Georgian/Victorian sterling silver inkwell Deskset. 1837 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Henry Wilkinson & Co, some rubbed. Well cast and chased in the rococo revival manner, with a rectangular shaped base embellished with scrolls and acan

A pair of cast Georgian style sterling silver tapersticks with shell motifs to base 370 g 13.5 height

A rare Georgian glass library taperstick, circa 1760-1770 facetted and with scalloped rims, 14.5 cm high

A pair of early cast George lll sterling silver candlesticks / tapersticks with shell motifs to base by Ebeneser Coker of London 1765 370gm 13.5 high

Candle stick, Ebenezer Coker, London, 1758 George II sterling silver cast taperstick facetted and knop stem with fluted shoulders and spool capitals terminating in a shaped and moulded square base with sunken well, engraved with a crest. Height 11 cm weigh

A pair of Italian cast silver taper sticks of Georgian style in the manner of William Cafe, each stick decoratively cast with anthemion motifs and rope edged knops. Stamped marks, probably Milan, Italy, c.1950 with import hallmarks for Birmingham 1975 by J

A Victorian miniature decorative taperstick, modelled as a plain nozzle issuing from a fruiting vine, raised from a base of naturalistically modelled vine leaves. Sheffield 1841 by Henry Wilkinson & Co. Height 5.5 cm

Edwardian taper stick, with beaded border, bearing marks for Gy&C, Birmingham 1901, 40 grs

Joseph Willmore William IV Sterling Silver Taperstick, Birmingham 1830 modelled naturalistically, in the form of stylised leaves, fitted with a snuffer, height 8 cm weight 134 grams