A pair of Dutch silver candlesticks
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A pair of Dutch silver candlesticks

MARK OF HERMANUS LE MAITRE, THE HAGUE, 1755

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A pair of Dutch silver candlesticks
Mark of Hermanus le Maitre, The Hague, 1755
Each on shaped stepped hexafoil base, engraved with a coat-of-arms and coronet, rising to a knopped baluster hexagonal stem and similar socket with applied raised plain and ribbed lobes, marked beneath bases
21 cm. (8¼ in.) high
750 gr. (24 oz.)
The arms are those of Nagel (2)
Provenance
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. G-50).
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Lot Essay

Two pairs of nearly identical candlesticks, one by the same maker, 1754, the other pair by Marcellus de Haan, 1761 were sold by anonymous sale; Christie's, Amsterdam, 13 November 2001, lots 333 and 334.
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