6 July 2000
A PAIR OF WILLIAM AND MARY BRASS-MOUNTED ONE-LIGHT GIRANDOLES
Each of shaped rectangular outline with scallop-shell cresting above simulated columnar sides, above a U-shaped base, with associated brass candlebranch-holder and later glass candlebranches, repaired cracks to candlebranches, repaired crack to one mirror
24 x 5¾ in. (61 x 14.5 cm.) (2)
Mrs. Gabrielle Keiller, sold by her Executors, in these Rooms, 4 July 1996, lot 275.
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An almost identical girandole is illustrated in O. Brackett, English Furniture Illustrated, London, rev. ed., 1950, plate XCVIII (c).
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