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A PAIR OF VENETIAN GILTWOOD GIRANDOLES
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A PAIR OF VENETIAN GILTWOOD GIRANDOLES

SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY

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A PAIR OF VENETIAN GILTWOOD GIRANDOLES
SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY
Each tapering plate with tôle twin candlebranches, with printed paper label for 'GADD'S DEPOSITORY WOKINGHAM' inscribed 'Eustace 110'
31¼ x 16½ in. (79.5 x 42 cm.) (2)
Literature
J.M. Robinson, 'The Manor House, Buckinghamshire - The home of Lady Hambleden', Country Life, 14 July 1994, p. 72, fig. 2 (the entrance hall).
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