13 - 15 September 2011
A LARGE GILT-BRONZE SIX-LIGHT CHANDELIER
EARLY 20TH CENTURY, POSSIBLY SUPPLIED BY LENYGON & CO.
The shaped baluster stem headed by putti-heads and issuing six S-scrolled branches with foliate-cast ornament and drip-pans, together with a braided and tassled suspension, fitted for electricity
46 in. (117 cm.) high
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