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A George II and a George III silver-gilt candelabrum
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A George II and a George III silver-gilt candelabrum

MARK OF WILLIAM CRIPPS, LONDON, ONE, 1750, ONE, 1760

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A George II and a George III silver-gilt candelabrum
Mark of William Cripps, London, one, 1750, one, 1760
Each baluster form, on shaped circular base, profusely cast and chased with rocaille, flowers and scrolling foliage, with urn-shaped socket, the detachable two-light foliate scroll branches each with floral finial and two detachable spool-shaped sockets each with plain liner and shaped circular drip-pan, marked under bases and on one branch, the branch also engraved with scratchweight '29"10'
14in. (35.5cm.) high
142oz. (4,433gr.) (2)
Provenance
Asher Wertheimer (1844-1918)
Asher Wertheimer (+), removed from 8 Connaught Place W., Sold by Order of the Executors on the death of Mrs. Wertheimer; Christie's London, 28 February 1923, lot 35, three candelabra, the third by Peter Werritzer, 1752, (£520 to Comyns)
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