18th century gilt bronze candelabra

18th century gilt bronze candelabra
Circa 1780
A fine pair of gilt bronze metal candelabra; Each pair is numbered 8-9 and 16 -17. Part of a large number supplied for a house or person unknown.
Height 39cm. Width 30.cm. Base diameter 14.3cm

Illustration has been found in Old Sheffield Plate, A History of the 18th Century Plated Trade. By Gordon Crosskey.
Page 312. Figure 437. Ormolu candelabrum c 1780 matching a design by Winter & Co.

The book was published with aid grants from The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. The Marc Fitch Fund. Assistance from Sheffield Assay Office.


12.01 inches
15.35 inches
5.63 inches
United Kingdom
Gilt bronze

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