14 September 2006
TWO PAIRS OF SILVER TWO-LIGHT WALL LIGHTS
OF WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE, ONE PAIR EARLY 20TH CENTURY, THE OTHER PAIR EN SUITE BY GARRARD, CIRCA 1965
Each with vertical backplate in the Roman manner with central reflective oval medallion, one pair with shell cresting, the other pair with foliate finial above a maiden's mask, each with scrolled candlebranches and drip-pans and nozzles, with electrified candle-lights, fitted for electricity, marked, one pair stamped 'GARRARD & CO LTD 112, REGENT STREET LONDON, W.1.'
One pair: 13½ in. (34.5 cm.) high
The other pair: 12½ in. (32.5 cm.) high (4)
Bought from Garrard & Co. Ltd., 1965.
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