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14th or Early 15th Century, Large Castellated Candlestick, Dutch or German
Date/Period: 14th or 15th Century


15th or Early 15th Century, Large Castellated Candlestick, Dutch or German, entire view

Measurement: Height: 11"; height at pricket: 14.25"; base diameter: 6"

Material: Copper Alloy, brass or bronze pricket

Condition: Excellent, knop centers tiny oval and rectangular patches, very likely in the
Making; probably imperfection in-the-pour [no distraction]. About mint.

Additional Information: Large pricket candlestick, Northwest European origin,
probably Dutch (or German) fourteenth or, more likely fifteenth century. Superb, large
design pricket candlestick probably made for domestic use as, according to Michaelis,
“the church candlesticks had three feet, either lions or flattened balls*. There are three
potential supports seen underneath from the original casting, but feet were never
applied to this candlestick. This large candlestick has a series of six small, canted cyma
curves cut into the superior aspect of the brass drip pan. These crenulations alternate
with six groups of four small, clustered apertures centered by punched dots in the lower
side of the drip pan. The drip pan surmounts the large shaft featuring two knops
continuing to a heavy robust inverted cup shaped base. Interestingly…the pricket
displays two groups in incised concentric rings.
*See Ronald Michaelis: Old Domestic Base Metal Candlesticks, Antique Collectors
Club, 1978, pages 33 and 34 and figure 15 and 16. See figures113 to 118 in the 1986
Rijksmuseum catalogue; Koper und Brons.

$16,800.00

843-350


15th or Early 15th Century, Large Castellated Candlestick, Dutch or German, entire view 2

15th or Early 15th Century, Large Castellated Candlestick, Dutch or German, detail view

15th or Early 15th Century, Large Castellated Candlestick, Dutch or German, bottom view



Late 15th Century Near Pair of Gothic Candlesticks, Northwest Europe
Date/Period: Late 15th C.


Late 15th Century Near Pair of Gothic Candlesticks, Northwest Europe, pair view

Measurement: Height: 9.5"; base diameter: 4.75"

Material: Copper Alloy

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: These Gothic candlesticks (assembled) from the late fifteenth
or early sixteenth century are of two-part construction and display the typical Gothic
socket with square aperture and the typical flat knop below, but now feature new
elements to the shaft. Below the knop is a long ringed baluster, another flat knop, and a
short baluster before the shaft terminates in a rudimentary ring and is joined to what
Michaelis calls a "hollow incurved conical base". (See Ronald Michaelis: Old Domestic
Base Metal Candlesticks
, Antique Collectors Club, 1978 page 49-61; Chapter 5,
Candlesticks with Hollow Incurved Conical Bases – Group Two). Whether these
candlesticks temporally followed the more typical Gothic knopped candlesticks with high
skirt base, or whether they were a contemporary design variant is not known. This pair
of candlesticks is nearly identical with slight turning differences on the high skirt base
and, while the lowest shaft element on one has shallow ringing, the other is plain
(though it is possible that the ringing has been polished-out removed). For a related
example see figure 27 Christopher Bangs; The Lear Collection A Study of Copper Alloy
Socket Candlesticks A.D. 200 -1700.

$13,900

843-343


Late 15th Century Near Pair of Gothic Candlesticks, Northwest Europe, entire view 1

Late 15th Century Near Pair of Gothic Candlesticks, Northwest Europe, entire view 2

Late 15th Century Near Pair of Gothic Candlesticks, Northwest Europe, bottom view 1

Late 15th Century Near Pair of Gothic Candlesticks, Northwest Europe, bottom view 2



English Bunsen Burner Form Single Discoid Knop Medieval Candlestick
Date/Period: 14th Century


English Bunsen Burner Form Single Discoid Knop Medieval Candlestick, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 6.5"; base diameter: 4.375"

Material: Copper Alloy

Condition: Excellent, commensurate with age and use…no repairs

Additional Information: A very rare English single blade candlestick of the "Bunsen
burner" form- 15th century. This is the first acknowledged English design/manufactured
candlestick. The base of the shaft is encased by a short sleeve, inside the circular base
with banded decoration, and is peened and turned. This candlestick differs slightly from
other known examples, a variation of the form, each known example having subtle
design differences; all have a single blade mid shaft, the low base, and the barrel
shaped, unpierced socket. This stick displays very pleasing surface showing centuries
of gentle wear.

$12,450.00

843-437


English Bunsen Burner Form Single Discoid Knop Medieval Candlestick, entire view 2

English Bunsen Burner Form Single Discoid Knop Medieval Candlestick, detail view

English Bunsen Burner Form Single Discoid Knop Medieval Candlestick, bottom



Candlesticks, Queen Anne Pushups, Maker Signed: Joseph Wood
Birmingham, England, (Active 1736-1749)
Date/Period: 1720-1740


Candlesticks, Queen Anne Pushups, Maker Signed: Joseph Wood Birmingham, England, (Active 1736-1749), entire view

Measurement: Height: 9"; base: 4.5" x 4.5"

Material: Brass

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: A fine and rare pair of matching exceptional petal base
candlesticks featuring scalloped everted rims, knopped stems, petal bases. Each stick
displays maker’s name impressed in semicircle on the underside of base. Turning the
shaft facilitates candle ejectors traveling up or down.

Interesting Note: The Brass Book, by Schiffer, page 194-B, states: "Most candlesticks
are not signed to prevent the storekeeper from going around the wholesaler directly to
the brass founder. The signature makes it possible to trace other sticks to a particular
foundry."

$2,600.00

1008-94


Candlesticks, Queen Anne Pushups, Maker Signed: Joseph Wood Birmingham, England, (Active 1736-1749), entire view 2

Candlesticks, Queen Anne Pushups, Maker Signed: Joseph Wood Birmingham, England, (Active 1736-1749), bottom view

Candlesticks, Queen Anne Pushups, Maker Signed: Joseph Wood Birmingham, England, (Active 1736-1749), entire view 3

Candlesticks, Queen Anne Pushups, Maker Signed: Joseph Wood Birmingham, England, (Active 1736-1749), signature view



Rare Pair of Early Trumpet Base Brass Candlesticks, England
Date/Period: Circa 1675


Rare Pair of Early Trumpet Base Brass Candlesticks, England, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 7.5"; base diameter: 5.75"

Material: Brass

Condition: Two minor repairs to base of one stick, perhaps casting flaws…they do not
distract and are not visible unless you know where to look…and examine closely, all
else fine.

Additional Information: The ribbed stems having upswept drip pans flaring as they
continue to the domed circular base featuring flattened rim.

$8,975.00

843-335


Rare Pair of Early Trumpet Base Brass Candlesticks, England, entire view 2

Rare Pair of Early Trumpet Base Brass Candlesticks, England, base view



15th or 16th Century Heemskerk Candlestick, Dutch, Earliest Form
Date/Period: Late fifteenth/early sixteenth century


15th or 16th Century Heemskerk Candlestick, Dutch, Earliest Form, entire view

Measurement: Height: 9.25"; base diameter: 4.75"

Material: Copper alloy

Condition: Excellent, commensurate with age and use

Additional Information: Large earliest type with typical Gothic socket having square
aperture, the shaft with flattened knop on shaft above a mid-drip pan. The larger
diameter shaft below drip pan, also with a larger flattened knop flares as it continues to
the trumpet base. This is a rare version of the first/earliest form of the Heemskerk
candlestick group as-it-is-of four parts rather than the usual two-part construction. Also,
the proportions are slightly different and there is no ringing on the lower shaft and foot
as is typical. All original with some later peening where the shaft enters the base, done
to tighten these elements.

$8,300.00

843-346


15th or 16th Century Heemskerk Candlestick, Dutch, Earliest Form, bottom view



Lighting, Candlesticks, Pair, Outstanding Low Bell Bases, Robust Baluster Stems
Date/Period: 1680-1710


Lighting, Candlesticks, Pair, Outstanding Low Bell Bases, Robust Baluster Stems, entire view

Measurement: Height: 9-inches; base diameter: 6”

Material: Copper alloy

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: Matching pair…

$2,300.00

327-26


Lighting, Candlesticks, Pair, Outstanding Low Bell Bases, Robust Baluster Stems, entire view 2



Copper Alloy Gothic Candlestick
Five Discoid Knop Form
North West Europe
15th Century


Copper Alloy Gothic Candlestick
Five Discoid Knop Form
North West Europe
15th Century, entire view 1

The long flaring socket having rounded molding at rim is pierced with square extracting aperture above shaft with five interspaced ring turned discoid knops above base featuring a stepped cone within waisted, integral drip base-tray above a flaring skirt. (Dimensions: H: 10.75")

$7,750

843-91


Copper Alloy Gothic Candlestick
Five Discoid Knop Form
North West Europe
15th Century, entire view 2



Gothic Four-Knop High-Skirt Candle Stick
Circa 1480


Antique Candlestick, Gothic Double Socket, Copper Alloy, Three Kings, Extremely Rare

This stick is 10 3/8-inches in height and was excavated; probably lost soon after it was made based on crispness. Notice the tapering between each discoid; aperture was finished by a competent tradesman. Mint condition except for losses to drip-pan.

$6,995

843-7


Candlestick, Gothic Double Socket, Copper Alloy, Three Kings, Extremely Rare



Earliest Type of Heemskerk Candlestick, Ringed Trumpet-shaped Base, Dutch
Date/Period: Circa 1475 to 1525


Earliest Type of Heemskerk Candlestick, Ringed Trumpet-shaped Base, Dutch, entire view

Measurement: Height: 7.75"; base diameter: 3.75"

Material: Copper Alloy

Condition: Very good, appropriate to age and use; ancient flat spot to upper flattened
Knop. All original.

Additional Information: The earliest Heemskerk form candlestick; late fifteenth/early sixteenth century having typical Gothic socket with square aperture and flattened knop on shaft above the deeply cupped mid-drip pan characteristic of this early group. The ringed shaft beneath the dip pan continues to a flattened knop above the ringed lower shaft, trumpet base and foot. This is the typical version of the first form of the Dutch Heemskerk candlestick with the usual two-part construction. While typical, it is a rare form. This example displays perfect proportions. All original

$6,950.00

843-347


Earliest Type of Heemskerk Candlestick, Ringed Trumpet-shaped Base, Dutch, bottom view



16th Century Heemskerk Candlestick, Probably Dutch
Date/Period: Circa 1520-1600


16th Century Heemskerk Candlestick, Probably Dutch, entire view

Measurement: Height: 7.75"; base diameter: 3.5"

Material: Copper alloy

Condition: Very good, flat spot [.75-inch] to rim of base as depicted

Additional Information: Heemskerk candlestick, probably Dutch manufacture, c. 1520-
1600. The typical Gothic socket now having a circular aperture, (transition from the
square aperture in the early sixteenth century). The Gothic flat knop has been replaced
with a rudimentary ring over a baluster. There is the typical deep mid drip pan above the
tinged trumpet shaped base, unchanged from the earlier first Heemskerk form. Two-part
construction.

$6,100

843-348


16th Century Heemskerk Candlestick, Probably Dutch, bottom view



Gothic Pricket Candlestick, Crenellated Drip Pan, Lion-form Feet
Northwest Europe, Probably German or Flemish Origin
Date/Period: Late 15th - early 16th century


Gothic Pricket Candlestick, Crenellated Drip Pan, Lion-form Feet Northwest Europe, Probably German or Flemish Origin, entire view

Measurement: Height: 11.25", 6.75” maximum base diameter

Material: Copper alloy

Condition: Good condition commensurate with age and use. The join of one lion foot
was long ago reinforced with solder…likely during its early working life. The pricket is
missing its tip and has been repaired near base. This special stick saw frequent use.

Additional Information: A robust pricket candlestick having a drip pan with crenellated
edge; the lower section featuring four clusters of five small piercings on a tapered
turned shaft with conforming piercings near the base of the shaft, supported by three
cast seated lion figures. This is a typical Gothic pricket candlestick of a substantial early
form. The decorative piercings are associated with these early interesting models. The
rarely encountered lion supports [feet] make this candlestick very special.

$5,650.00

843-443


Gothic Pricket Candlestick, Crenellated Drip Pan, Lion-form Feet Northwest Europe, Probably German or Flemish Origin, entire view 2

Gothic Pricket Candlestick, Crenellated Drip Pan, Lion-form Feet Northwest Europe, Probably German or Flemish Origin, entire view 3

Gothic Pricket Candlestick, Crenellated Drip Pan, Lion-form Feet Northwest Europe, Probably German or Flemish Origin, detail view 1

Gothic Pricket Candlestick, Crenellated Drip Pan, Lion-form Feet Northwest Europe, Probably German or Flemish Origin, detail view 2

Gothic Pricket Candlestick, Crenellated Drip Pan, Lion-form Feet Northwest Europe, Probably German or Flemish Origin, detail view 3



Candlesticks, Pair
Date/Period: Circa 1770


Candlesticks, Pair, entire view

Measurement: 10”

Material: Brass alloy, bell metal

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: Beaded rim, bobeches, barrel form knop

$635.00

659-40




15th Century Dutch Pricket Candlestick, Robust & Successful Castellated Form
Date/Period: 15th Century


15th Century Dutch Pricket Candlestick, Robust & Successful Castellated Form, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5.5"; height at pricket: 7.75"; base diameter: 3"

Material: Copper alloy, iron pricket

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: Small pricket candlestick with an iron pricket, otherwise brass;
crenelated upper aspect of the drip pan, which is pierced with a series of three small,
clustered apertures. This above a short shaft with a flattened disc that transitions into a
complex high base that steps out as it descends. The base features a large, flattened
disc above a vertical segment with clusters of three small, round piercings, as seen on
the lower aspect of the drip pan…then flares to a solid foot. See Koper und Brons,
(Rijksmuseum Collection), pp. 89 – 90, figures 115 to117 for related yet less successful
examples.

$5,150.00

843-342


15th Century Dutch Pricket Candlestick, Robust & Successful Castellated Form, detail view

15th Century Dutch Pricket Candlestick, Robust & Successful Castellated Form, bottom view



Late 15th Century Candlestick, Franco-Flemish
Date/Period: Late 15th to Early 16th Century


Late 15th Century Candlestick, Franco-Flemish, entire view

Measurement: Height: 9.25"; base diameter: 5.75"

Material: Copper Alloy

Condition: In very good condition with one, small very old linear repair on the edge of
the base.

Additional Information: Franco-Flemish candlestick with typical Gothic socket with
rectangular aperture. The shaft having two long ringed balusters centered by three
discoid knops continues to the low skirt ringed base. See Christopher Bangs; The Lear
Collection A Study of Copper Alloy Socket Candlesticks A.D. 200 -1700
, pages 74 to
78; figures 33 to 39 for related candlesticks.

$4,300.00

843-353


Late 15th Century Candlestick, Franco-Flemish, bottom view

Late 15th Century Candlestick, Franco-Flemish, detail view



Antique Brass, Copper Alloy Candlestick, Probably France, 16th or 17th Century


Antique Brass, Copper Alloy Candlestick, Probably France, 16th or 17th Century, entire view

A robust and heavy form displaying beautiful old patina, the pierced nozzle above pronounced belted
knop, reel turnings; the graceful drip tray is in harmony with the base. The underside of lathe finished
base shows coarse tool marks. Other than a very old soldered repair to base, the stick remains in
excellent original condition. (6.25" x 4.75")


Antique Brass, Copper Alloy Candlestick, Probably France, 16th or 17th Century, base view

$3,950.00

925-37




Antique Pair of 17th Century
Spanish Ecclesiastical, Candlesticks, Brass


Antique Pair of Spanish Eccliesiatical Candlesticks, 17th Century, pair view

(H: 17”)

$3,450

691-21


Antique Pair of Spanish Eccliesiatical Candlesticks, 17th Century, base detail



Candlestick, Continental, Low Skirt Base, Knopped Standard
Probably Franco-Flemish
Date/Period: 1530-1570


Candlestick, Continental, Low Skirt Base, Knopped Standard Probably Franco-Flemish, entire view

Measurement: Height: 12.25"; base diameter: 8"

Material: Copper alloy (brass)

Condition: Aggressively polished over-the-centuries; very old repair to nozzle; about
1-inch of base rim missing…doesn’t distract. Displays well.

Additional Information: Gothic socket with rectangular ejection aperture on a solid
stem featuring two teardrop/conical devices centered by three-disc knops, domed, and
dished low skirt base.

$3,350.00

1008-82


Candlestick, Continental, Low Skirt Base, Knopped Standard Probably Franco-Flemish, entire view 2

Candlestick, Continental, Low Skirt Base, Knopped Standard Probably Franco-Flemish, detail view 1

Candlestick, Continental, Low Skirt Base, Knopped Standard Probably Franco-Flemish, detail view 2

Candlestick, Continental, Low Skirt Base, Knopped Standard Probably Franco-Flemish, base view



Sixteenth Century Socket Candlestick, High Integral-Drip Base Form
Northwest Europe, Probably Flemish/Netherlandish Origin
Date/Period: Circa 1500


Sixteenth Century Socket Candlestick, High Integral-Drip Base Form Northwest Europe, Probably Flemish/Netherlandish Origin, entire view

Measurement: Height: 9.25"; base diameter: 4.5"

Material: Copper Alloy

Condition: Very good; the tang joining two parts has been revised…it is domed. Most
always the shaft and base are joined by a tang extending from the shaft piercing top
center of the base…then peened and turned. The subject tang extends through the
piercing, the turning is rounded rather than being turned flat and lacks turning marks.

Additional Information: The unusual shaft with three knops, above a circular two stage
spreading, typical Gothic base, domed at center.

$3,050.00

843-436


Sixteenth Century Socket Candlestick, High Integral-Drip Base Form Northwest Europe, Probably Flemish/Netherlandish Origin, entire view 2

Sixteenth Century Socket Candlestick, High Integral-Drip Base Form Northwest Europe, Probably Flemish/Netherlandish Origin, detail view

Sixteenth Century Socket Candlestick, High Integral-Drip Base Form Northwest Europe, Probably Flemish/Netherlandish Origin, bottom view



Antique Candlestick, Copper Alloy, Traveling Size, Gothic, Europe, Circa 1550 to 1650


Antique Candlestick,Copper Alloy,TravelingSize,Gothic, Europe C. 1600

The pierced and molded socket above the shaft with central discoid knop
Above a shallow circular base; the shaft peened within underside which is lathe finished. (Dimensions: 3.75" H.)

$2,835

843-116


Antique Candlestick,Copper Alloy,TravelingSize,Gothic, Europe C. 1600



Candlesticks, A Fine Matched Pair of Copper Alloy, Low Bell Base Sticks
Spanish, circa 1680-1730


Candlesticks, A Fine Matched Pair of Copper Alloy, Low Bell Base Sticks
Spanish, circa 1680-1730

Beautifully cast stems, robust nozzle, belted knops and wafers featuring fine serrations. Solid cast stems (core pins) on incised low-dome base resting on angulated circular foot displaying incised conforming detail.
(Fine condition; height: 9.25", base diameter: 6.5")


Candlesticks, A Fine Matched Pair of Copper Alloy, Low Bell Base Sticks
Spanish, circa 1680-1730

Candlesticks, A Fine Matched Pair of Copper Alloy, Low Bell Base Sticks
Spanish, circa 1680-1730

$2,825.00

492-203




17th Century Dutch Heemskerk Candlestick of Very Successful Form
Date/Period: Second Half of 17th Century


17th Century Dutch Heemskerk Candlestick of Very Successful Form, entire view

Measurement: Height: 7.25"; base diameter: 3.25"

Material: Copper Alloy

Condition: Superb condition

Additional Information: Small seventeenth century Heemskerk candlestick of great
form. Heavy socket with slight upward flare, pierced with a small circular aperture over a
shaft with rudimentary ring above and below a suppressed ball, mid drip pan,
over the lower shaft which echoes the upper shaft yet displaying larger and bolder
elements. This on a domed base with flared lower collar. All original, with
probably recent soft solder applied to underside of base as often done to tighten shaft.
This candlestick is of superior design and relatively small size for the late Heemskerk
form. See Koper und Brons, (Rijksmuseum Collection) page 108 for two related but less
successful examples.

$1,800.00

843-349


17th Century Dutch Heemskerk Candlestick of Very Successful Form, bottom view



Brass Tavern Candlestick with Bell, England, 19th Century


Antique Brass Tavern Candlstick with Bell, England, 19th Century, entire view

(H: 12.5”, base: 6”)

$1,185

691-23


Antique Brass Tavern Candlstick with Bell, England, 19th Century, base detail



Antique Tavern Candlestick with Bell, Brass,
England, 19th Century


Antique Brass Tavern Candlestick with Bell, England, 19th Century, entire view

(H: 12.5”, base: 6”)

$1,175

691-22


Antique Brass Tavern Candlestick with Bell, England, 19th Century, base detail



Antique Copper Alloy Candlestick, 16th/17th Century
French, late 16th to early 17th century


Antique Copper Alloy Candlestick, 16th/17th Century
French, late 16th to early 17th century, entire view

Robust nozzle with ejection aperture above tapering shaft continuing to the shallow
circular base; cast in two sections. Crusty patina…underside of shaft where peened was
recently soldered to tighten. (Height: 8"; base diameter: 4.75")


Antique Copper Alloy Candlestick, 16th/17th Century
French, late 16th to early 17th century, base view

$950.00

1301-6




Seventeenth Century Trifid Foot Pricket Candlestick, Great Patina
Likely Spanish
Date/Period: Circa 1740-1760


Seventeenth Century Trifid Foot Pricket Candlestick, Great Patina Likely Spanish, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 15"

Material: Bronze

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Heavy weight, very stylish and reasonably priced!

$785.00

660-46


Seventeenth Century Trifid Foot Pricket Candlestick, Great Patina Likely Spanish, entire view 2

Seventeenth Century Trifid Foot Pricket Candlestick, Great Patina Likely Spanish, bottom



Pulpit Candlestick, Brass, Tall and Elegant, Slide Ejector, Trefoil Thumbpiece
English, 18th Century


Pulpit Candlestick, Brass, Tall and Elegant, Slide Ejector, Trefoil Thumbpiece 
English, 18th Century, entire view

Cast in three sections, tall stem on round base…very attractive
Height: 12”


Pulpit Candlestick, Brass, Tall and Elegant, Slide Ejector, Trefoil Thumbpiece 
English, 18th Century, base view

$485.00

365-328




Period Brass Candlesticks, Lot of Five
Date/Period: 18th and Early 19th Centuries


Period Brass Candlesticks, Lot of Five, entire view

Measurement: Pictured heigh left to right: 6.5"; 7"; 10.25"; 7"; 5.5"

Material: Brass

Condition: Second from left has a tear under bobeche

Additional Information: Sold as a lot, a nice push-up stick, two Queen Anne sticks, a
very nice stick on saucer base; mid-drip on tripod base.

$395.00 the lot!

110-1005


Period Brass Candlesticks, Lot of Five, bottom view



Early 18th Century Brass Candlestick, Faceted Nozzle, Solid Cast Stem, Pricket Hole


Early 18th Century Brass Candlestick, Faceted Nozzle, Solid Cast Stem, Pricket Hole

(The socket is lined with iron; height: 6.75"; base diameter: 3.75")

$395.00

365-339




French Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, Baluster Form Stem, Domed Octagonal Base
H: 7.5": base: 3.75"


Antique French Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, 7.5 inches, entire view

$240

1012-74




French Louis XIV Brass Candlestick,
Baluster Form Stem, Domed Octagonal Base,
H: 6.5"


Antique Louis XIV Brass Candlstick, 6.5 inches, entire view

$240

1012-68




French Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, Baluster Form Stem, Domed Octagonal Base
H: 7.75"; base: 3.875"


Antique Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, 7.75 inches, entire view

$235

1012-71




French Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, Baluster Form Stem, Domed Octagonal Base
H: 7.5"; base: 3.5"


Antique Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, Octagonal Base, entire view

$335

1012-73




Queen Anne Candlesticks, Pair, Brass
English, Circa 1740 to 1760


Antique Pair of English Queen Anne Candlesticks, Circa 1740, entire view

(H: 7.25”)

$325

659-129


Antique Pair of English Queen Anne Candlesticks, Circa 1740, base detail



Chamber Pushup Candlestick, Dousing Cone, Scissor Trimmer Snuffer
Late 18th to Early 19th Century
Probably England
An attractive three piece set in fine condition


Chamber Pushup Candlestick, Dousing Cone, Scissor Trimmer Snuffer
Late 18th to Early 19th Century, entire view 1

(H: 5"; W: 8"; D: 7.5")

$325

1012-37


Chamber Pushup Candlestick, Dousing Cone, Scissor Trimmer Snuffer
Late 18th to Early 19th Century, entire view 2
Chamber Pushup Candlestick, Dousing Cone, Scissor Trimmer Snuffer
Late 18th to Early 19th Century, base detail



French Louis XIV Brass Candlestick,
Baluster Form Stem, Domed Octagonal Base,
H: 6.5”


Antique Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, Baluster Form Stem, entire view

$225

1012-70




French Louis XIV Brass Candlestick,
Baluster Form Stem, Domed Octagonal Base
H: 6.75"; base: 3.75"


Antique Louis XIV Brass Candlestick, Domed Octagonal Base, entire view

$210

1012-69





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