A VICTORIAN SILVER SIX-LIGHT CANDELABRUM-CENTREPIECE
A VICTORIAN SILVER SIX-LIGHT CANDELABRUM-CENTREPIECE

MARK OF EDWARD AND JOHN BARNARD, LONDON, 1853

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A VICTORIAN SILVER SIX-LIGHT CANDELABRUM-CENTREPIECE
MARK OF EDWARD AND JOHN BARNARD, LONDON, 1853
On shaped tricorn base with shell, rocaille and foliage cast feet, the base supporting three female figures, one holding a cornucopia, another holding a fasces, the third lacking attribute, the stem cast as a fruiting grapevine and terminating in a central similarly cast basket and with six branches, each with detachable grapevine socket and with detachable nozzle, one replaced, marked on base, each figure, stem, branches, basket, sockets and five nozzles
27¼ in. (69 cm.) high
289 oz. 19 dwt. (9,018 gr.)

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