14 - 15 April 2011
PROPERTY FROM THE MARIDON MUSEUM (LOT 367)
A PAIR OF MEISSEN PORCELAIN FLOWER-ENCRUSTED SEVEN-LIGHT CANDELABRA
LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS, INCISED MODEL NO. 200., IMPRESSED 143, PAINTED 20, AFTER THE MODEL BY E.A. LEUTERITZ
Each with seven candle arms issuing foliate nozzles and drip-pans atop a vari-baluster stem applied with morning-glories, roses and other flora, the tripartite base applied with three putti, each holding an elemental attribute and seated above a rocaille foot
25¾ in. (65.4 cm.) high (4)
Acquired from Steve and Mimi Levine, Butler Antique Show, March 1996.
Mary Hulton Phillips, Butler, Pennsylvania.
By bequest from the above to the current owner, January 19, 2009.
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