London, South Kensington
20 September 2005
A GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT CHAMBER CANDLESTICKS
MARK OF PHILIP RUNDELL, LONDON, 1821
With fluted circular base, the socket formed as a stalk with flower form drip pan, terminating in a scrolled rustic handle with butterfly finial and detachable cone shaped extinguisher - 4¼in. (10.5cm.) diameter, 6.75oz.
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A similar pair were sold Christie's London, 10 February 1938, lot 14.
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