London, South Kensington
19 November 2002
A Pair of George IV Silver Chambersticks
Maker's mark of Smith, Tate, Houle and Tate, Sheffield, 1822
each of shaped circular section with a scroll handle and double cylindrical socket, the outer socket pierced with slats, one with a matching detachable extinguisher, the other with a metalware extinguisher, the handles engraved with a crest, with later glass hurricane shades - 15cm. (6in.) diameter 19oz.
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Silver from Nostell Priory, sold by order of the Lord St. Oswald, Christie's London, 22 November 2000, lot 54, sold as a set of four.
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The crest is that of Winn.
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