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English Queen Anne Petal Base Candlesticks

English Queen Anne Petal Base Candlesticks

Accessory pieces play such an important role in interior design but are often overlooked . Own the best English Queen Anne petal base candlesticks to use with your finest furniture! This brass pair was made in Birmingham, England in the earliest 1700s. They were each...

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Florentine Gilt Carved Wooden Sconces in Cartouche Form

Florentine Gilt Carved Wooden Sconces in Cartouche Form

Florentine gilt carved wooden sconces in cartouche form with leafage and floral designs. These are 19th century with the red bole coating wearing through. There is some prior worming and the old red bole is over all of the back. Imperfections. These were recently...

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French Electrified Girandoles

French Electrified Girandoles

French electrified girandoles late 19th or early 20th century. These are very heavy dark bronze. Triangular open work bases in bronze grow upward in tendril like arms to hold candle cups. All are highlighted with a central pyramidal glass finial. Shaped to fit against...

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Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Sconce in a set of four

Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze Sconce in a set of four

Louis XVI style gilt bronze sconce in a set of four with typical, leafage, tendril, and ribbon decoration. Ideal for your long hall or dining room. Heavy bronze with older wiring, fresh shades. Early 20th century. Each h. 27.5", w17.5", d. 11". The set of four, $...

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Sheffield Candlesticks

Sheffield Candlesticks

A dazzling touch of Sheffield candlesticks for your dining table or sideboard, full of classical swags, and leafage detail. Sheffield plated, unmarked, late 19th century in the earlier George III design. H. 12", w. 5", d. 5". $250 the pair.

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Larger French Brass Five Light Sconces

Larger French Brass Five Light Sconces

Larger French brass five light sconces, early 20th century, in the Louis XV style with beaded arms and supports. Cut glass drops and prisms. Now electrified. H. 25.5", w. 17", d. 12.5". $535 the pair.

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Baroque Candlesticks

Baroque Candlesticks

These very heavy baroque candlesticks were thought for a time to be 17th century in origin. Later, they were discovered to be only 18th century and of eastern European origin. Each h. 10". $95 each.

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