14 - 15 February 2001
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE CUT CLEAR AND CITRINE-GLASS AND JASPERWARE CANDLESTICKS
Each with faceted pomegranate stem below a medial scalloped drip pan and similar upper bobèche hung with faceted droplets, the jasperware inset columnar stem cast with Gods, Goddesses and scenes from a Bacchic rite, above a concave spreading and beaded base, stamped overall with letters, originally with bun feet, elements lacking and replacements
12½in. (31.5cm.) high (2)
Anon.sale, Sotheby Parke Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York, 3 November 1979, lot 299.
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