Kitchen, Walker & Curr, Sheffield, 1832



Of particularly nice form and proportion, the fluted tapering shaft issuing from upright finely decorated acanthus leaves above a narrow waist and raised on a domed spreading circular foot headed by scrolling acanthus leaves siding a band of large beading, the shaft also headed by leaves and beading below an urn shaped nozzle with upright acanthus and palmette leaves, the bobeches chased en suite with the foot; weighted base

Kitchen Walker & Curr
registered their mark in Sheffield Oct. 11, 1831. 

Their wares, when found, usually command quite good prices. 

A 5” taperstick is retained in the collection of “History of Old Sheffield Plate” author,

Frederick Bradbury.

Condition : Excellent with minor wear appropriate to age and usage; no breaks, losses of repairs

11.25” High

Price : Please Inquire











Also See :


Good Pair Regency Silver Candlesticks

John Roberts & Co., Sheffield, 1813

Cast & embossed with palmettes,

crested with a stag's head erased, attired

10.75" High



And a rare William IV silver candle extinguisher :



Rare William IV Silver Telescoping Candle Douter






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Fine Pair of William IV Silver Candlesticks, by Kitchen, Walker & Curr, 1832, Sheffield