25 October 2007
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A PAIR OF MEISSEN FLOWER-ENCRUSTED FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA EMBLEMATIC OF THE SEASONS
LATE 19TH CENTURY, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS, INCISED MODEL NOS. E. 128. AND E. 129., ONE ALSO WITH INCISED X., IMPRESSED 101 AND IRON-RED PAINTED 21, AFTER THE MODELS BY E.A. LEUTERITZ
Each with removable fruit and flower encrusted four-light candlearm, the rocaille scroll stem applied with two putti emblematic of either Spring and Summer or Autumn and Winter, on a conforming base raised on four scroll feet
19¾ in. (50.1 cm.) high (4)
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Cf. Berling, op. cit., p. 89, fig. 224.
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