London, South Kensington
1 March 2000
A pair of French gilt bronze five light candelabra, circa 1880
With four fluted trumpet shaped branches terminating in scrolls, suspended with chains and radiating around raised central nozzles, supported by naturalistic columns modelled with leaves and berries and with conjoined eagle head mounts to the top, rising from three claw feet with leafy aprons -- 24½in. (62cm.) high (2)
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Please note the estimate on this lot has changed to £400-500.
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