This large pair of Hepplewhite candlesticks is constructed of bronze or bell metal and date appoximately 1785.
The candlesticks have tapered fluted columns with beaded decoration on the base and shaft. The candlesticks measure 11 ¼ inches high and the bases are 4 ¼ inches square.
It is in excellent condition for a candlestick dating to 1650. It has very delicate turnings with no breaks or splits in the metal. Sometime in the life of the candlestick a retaining nut was added under the base.
These are usually found with very worn threads or have been soldered. PRICE: 5.00PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTICKS PETAL BASE This pair of Queen Anne candlesticks is a nice large pair with petal base. They are in excellent condition showing minimal use and polishing. Soft solder repair at the joint of one of the sticks.
One motto, although indistinct, reads "True To The End". These candlesticks are remarkable for their size and weight.
1706 Sold A rare pair of early English silver candlesticks. Each bears matching two crests and mottos (only traces), possibly marriage crests.
a progress from evil to good, from injustice to justice, from falsehood to truth, from night to day, from appetite to conscience, from corruption to life; from bestiality to duty, from hell to heaven, from nothingness to God. The novel is divided into five volumes, each volume divided into several books, and subdivided into chapters, for a total of 48 books and 365 chapters.
The most striking is the so-called Gloucester candlestick (in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London), which is generally accepted as an English work dating from the early 12th century.
16th Century 17th Century Queen Anne 1702 - 1714 George I 1714 - 1727 George II 1727 - 1760 George III 1760 - 1820 Regency 1810 - 1820 George IV 1820 - 1830 William IV 1830 - 1837 Victorian 1837 - 1901 1901 Onwards 1685 JOHN PENFOLD Sold An extremely rare early English silver chamber stick (also known as a go to bed) with the solid design and excellent heavy gauge silver as you’d expect from this date.
It has the early form with a long cannon handle and heavy bordered drip pan with a reeded edge. The drip pan has hand engraved initials underneath.
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