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TWO GEORGE III SILVER THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA
TWO GEORGE III SILVER THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA

ONE LONDON, 1803, MAKER'S MARK IT, PROBABLY FOR JOSEPH THREDDER; THE OTHER THOMAS WATSON, SHEFFIELD, 1809

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TWO GEORGE III SILVER THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA
One London, 1803, maker's mark IT, probably for Joseph Thredder; the other Thomas Watson, Sheffield, 1809
Each on triangular plinth with three foliate-capped paw feet and lion's head at each corner, the columnar stem issuing from dense acanthus band and supporting three scrolling branches with flowerheads, the circular wax-pans and nozzles with gadrooning, the sockets with band of stars, the central standard surmounted by a similar socket with flame finial, marked on bases, branches, and five nozzles (all by Watson); two nozzles and one set of branches apparently unmarked
23in. (58.4cm.) high (2)
Provenance
S. Wyler, 1968
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