Sold for £1,400
One stem with crack running halfway round, see image; otherwise appears wear commensurate with age and use - small nicks and knocks in places, tarnish and rubbing to gilt, minor casting flaws/imperfections, surface scratch and pitting in places, some more images representative of general condition provided
HANDSOME PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY ORMOLU CANDELABRA,
the twin branch four light sconces formed as fruiting vines supported by a faun, on a tripartite column heavily cast with scrolls, fruiting vines and shells, on scrolling acanthus feet, 59cm high
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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