These magnificent and rare antique silver candelabra in sterling standard have a circular baluster form to a circular domed spreading foot.
Each impressive candelabrum retains the original hallmarked detachable push fit scrolling arms, which support baluster capitals surmounting plain dished drip pans.
The sconces and drip pans are each encircled with impressive gadroon decorated borders, in a swirl design.
Each Georgian candelabrum is fitted with two labra, secured with a central elevated capital.
These versatile antique candelabra can be used as candlesticks once the arms (labra) are detached.
The gadroon decorated knopped columns feature convex fluted decoration to the lower portion, and incorporate a contemporary bright cut engraved coat of arms to the upper portion.
Each column surmounts a second gadroon decorated knop and circular foot, ornamented with further gadroon decoration to a plain collet style rim.
Each candelabrum has a weighted base and features green baize to the underside.
This pair of large Georgian silver candelabra, crafted by the revered and renowned collectable Birmingham silversmith Matthew Boulton, are the finest of their type you could hope to acquire; sterling silver items by this maker are becoming increasingly scarce.