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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV/VICTORIAN SILVER FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA
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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV/VICTORIAN SILVER FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA

ONE MARK OF ROBERT HENNELL II, LONDON, 1824, ONE MARK OF JOSEPH AND JOHN ANGELL, 1846

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV/VICTORIAN SILVER FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA
ONE MARK OF ROBERT HENNELL II, LONDON, 1824, ONE MARK OF JOSEPH AND JOHN ANGELL, 1846
Each on circular base with gadrooned and egg-and-dart band, applied with three classical medallions, the part-fluted baluster stem with foliate and vitruvian scroll bands and vase-form socket with classical medallions, with detachable four-light branch, the leaf-clad arms supporting vase-form sockets with classical medallions, with egg-and-dart nozzles and waxpans, the base and wax pans engraved with a crest beneath a coronet, fully marked, also with accession number 46.2.2 and .1
23 in. (58.4 cm.) high; 254 oz. 10 dwt. (7915 gr.) (2)
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