SET OF 4 GEORGE I SOLID SILVER CANDLESTICKS 1725 GEORGIAN 18TH Century

SET OF 4 GEORGE I SOLID SILVER CANDLESTICKS 1725 GEORGIAN 18TH Century
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1725 London
A magnificent Set of Four George I Solid Silver Candlesticks. These Candlesticks feature round bases with a shell and foliage border surrounding sunken wells. The Candlesticks have shaped octagonal columns with portraits on the shoulders. The underside of each Candlesticks are engraved with the numbers inscribed No 1, No 3, No 4 and No 5.

Made in 1725 (George I)in London by Arthur Dickens.

The engraved arms are those of Mansell impailing Hervey, for Bussy, 4th Baron Mansell and his first wife Lady Betty, daughter of John, 1st Earl of Bristol.

Approx. Total Weight - 1490g / 47.9oz
Approx. Height - 16.6cm
Approx. Diameter at Base - 11.2cm
Made in London
Date - 1725

CONDITION

These Candlesticks are in excellent condition with no damage, and feature a gorgeous patina commensurate with age and use.

MEDIUM

Britannia Standard Silver.

SIGNED/INSCRIBED

Full English Hallmarks.

PROVENANCE

Mrs Cecil Hannam, Sotheby's, London, 4 July 1968, lot 150
Anonymous sale, Christie's, New York, 14 June 1982, lot 122
£29,500
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