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19th Century Silver Candlesticks
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Cast Sterling Silver Candlesticks - Antique George IV

£13,950.00

A magnificent, fine and impressive, set of four antique George IV English cast sterling silver candlesticks; an addition to our antique silverware collection

SKU C5115

These magnificent antique George IV cast sterling silver candlesticks have a baluster shaped form onto a shaped base.


The bulbous capital of each candlestick is ornamented with floral and scrolling designs.


The capitals are fitted with the original hallmarked detachable sconces ornamented with matte textured panels amidst scrolling leaf and floral ornamentation to the shaped rim.


The undulating columns are ornamented with a continuation of bead, flute and floral ornamentation, all in a swirl design.


The magnificent cast bases each feature three large scrolling motifs emanating past the collet style rim and encasing the abundant floral and foliate, textured designs.


Each candlestick does not have a weighted base.


These candlesticks were made by the renowned London silversmith William Eaton; one of the pieces bears the date letter 'l' (1826) and the remaining three are struck with an 'i' (1824).


This magnificent 19th century candlesticks are the finest of their type you could hope to acquire.


Read a brief history of antique silver candlesticks


Date: 1824/1826

These antique 19th century silver candlesticks are a magnificent gauge of silver, magnificent quality and in magnificent condition.

The cast decoration is all exceptionally sharp.

The full hallmarks struck to surface of each base, in addition to part hallmarks to the sleeve of each sconce are all very clear; the hallmarks are struck deeply due to the exceptional gauge of silver.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these examples of antique silverware.


Height 30cm/11.8"

Diameter of sconce 7.8cm/3.1"

Diameter of base 14.6cm/5.7"


143.2 troy ounces/4455g


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International Federation of Art and Antique Dealer Associations CINOA
LAPADA THE ASSOCIATION OF ART & ANTIQUES DEALERS
National Association of Jewellery UK's trade association NAJ