These magnificent and rare antique Danish cast sterling silver candelabra have a circular bulbous form, in the Pomegranate pattern.
The surface of each exceptional example of antique silverware has a subtly planished finish.
Each impressive two light candelabrum retains the original hallmarked scrolling arms, supporting two rounded organic-shaped baluster capitals with plain circular dished drip pans.
The scrolling arms of each candelabra incorporate magnificent scrolling leaf and bead decoration, all in the Arts and Crafts style.
The plain bulbous columns surmount a plain circular foot, accented with a petal decorated border to the junction.
The bases of these magnificent cast candelabra are not weighted.
The hallmarks struck to the underside and one of arm of each include:
Maker's mark: Georg Jensen (these marks were used between 1925-1932)
Designer's mark: GI (Georg Jensen)
Silver quality/purity mark: Sterling, 925, S (925/1000)
Country mark: Denmark
Importer's mark: GS (Stockwell & Co (George Stockwell))
Import hallmark: London
Import date mark: q (1931)
Such examples struck with full London import hallmarks are rare to the market.
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