It is my pleasure to offer this fine pair of exceptional mahogany 19th century Chippendale torchbearers or tall candle stands. The octagonal tops have molded and splayed sides centered on flame-grained tops. Below, the turnings begin with a long fluted spiral above a spiral reeded urn over a ring on pedaled baluster with a lower spiral reeded bowl over a turned urn. This rests on well proportioned cabriole legs with snake feet. These have beautiful color and polished old finish. Height of 45″, top width 10 1/2″.
The classical aggregate urns, a group of three, are of architectural origin, circa 1900-10. These have developed a bit of a moss layer, which turns greenish in the rain. A tasteful garden appointment. Height 21″ Depth of 16″.
Also note on the brass candlesticks which have petal, topped baluster stem and dished square bases. These date about 1730-40. See The Brass Book by Schiffer, page 283, for similar. 9+” height.
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