Pair of twin-branch gilded and cut glass Early 19th Century Candelabra

Pair of twin-branch gilded and cut glass Early 19th Century Candelabra

Pair of twin-branch gilded and cut glass Early 19th Century Candelabra

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Pair of twin-branch gilded and cut glass Early 19th Century Candelabra:
with central spiral-cut urn and diamond-cut ‘egg’ on rectangular
stepped base with Adam’s style oval motif; the twin branches
bearing diamond-cut cups and pans; dressed with cut glass prisms
and pear-shaped pendants; surmounted by a ‘Prince of Wales
feather’ top finial.
Circa 1830 and restored.

Height: 22" - 59.0cm
Width: 20" - 52.0cm
Projection (Inches): 4"
Projection Fraction: ¾"
Glossary Words

candelabra

Plural of candelabrum. A pair of candle-holders with two or more branches.

Adam's

18th century Scottish architect Robert Adam (1728-92) was inspired by classical antiquity on his Grand Tour to create his own neo-classical style, which evolved into increasingly light, elegant lines, unbounded by strict classical proportions.
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