(#121) A SILVER CANDELABRUM PRESENTED TO SIR CHARLES HASTINGS, MD, DCL, FGS, WORCESTER, 9 JANUARY 1862, PAUL STORR AND OTHERS, LONDON, 1818-CIRCA 1862
A SILVER CANDELABRUM PRESENTED TO SIR CHARLES HASTINGS, WORCESTER, 9 JANUARY 1862, PAUL STORR & OTHERS, LONDON, 1818-CIRCA 1862 the triform base engraved on one side with an inscription & applied on the other sides with the coat-of-arms, motto & initials of the recipient, furnished with figures of Benevolence, Industry & Wisdom, with a bee hive, child & shield, surrounding the central foliate stem...33 1/4in high
Antique, William IV, Pair Of Candelabra In Old Sheffield Plate, Made Circa 1835, Birmingham, Matthew Boulton
Made in Birmingham, in circa 1835 by Matthew Boulton, this superb pair of large Old Sheffield Plate three light candelabra have scroll and gadroon borders heavy acanthus decoration and are exceptionally fine. They are 25" (64cm) tall and 16.5" (42cm) across the branches which remove to allow for the sticks to be used by themselves if required. The central flames remove so they can be used with either two or three candlsticks.
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OnlineGalleries.com - Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Candelabra. They can be 2 or 3 light as the centre flame is removable. As they are telescopic their full extended height is 14.5 inches 36.8 cm at the centre. The bases have a plain rim with fluting to the central columns. Made in the Reign of George III
Antique, George IV, 3 Light Candelabra In Old Sheffield Plate, Made Circa 1830,
Made circa 1835, this large and imposing pair of Antique, Regency, Old Sheffield Plate Candelabra feature chased acanthus leaf, shell and gadroon decoration and central removable flames. The branches can be reconfigured to create a single 5 light candelabra and the sticks can be used on their own. They measure 55cm (21.5inches) in height and 46cm (18inches) in spread.