21 October 2015
A PAIR OF ORMOLU-MOUNTED BERLIN PORCELAIN PALE-YELLOW GROUND SEVEN-LIGHT CANDELABRA
LATE 19TH CENTURY, SIGNED F. AULICH
In the Neo-Rococo taste, each applied with seven rocaille-scroll candle-arms supporting porcelain foliate nozzles and drip-pans, all above a flaring cylindrical vase with pierced trellis shoulder, finely painted front and back with flowers within a gilt enriched surround, raised on an ormolu scroll foot
29 ½ in. (73.6 cm.) high
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