14 November 1996
A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN NINE-BRANCH ORMOLU CANDELABRA
,En suite with the preceding lot, fitted for electricity, lacking the frosted lamp-shades
84in. (214cm.) high; 25½in. (65cm.) wide (2)
Probably acquired by Thomas Taylour, 3rd Marquess of Headfort (d.1894), Headfort House, co. Meath, Ireland.
Thence by descent at Headfort.
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C. Hussey, 'Headfort, Co. Meath, The Seat of the Marquess of Headfort', Country Life, 28 March 1936, part II, p. 327, fig. 3, shown in situ the Eating Parlour.
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