John Roberts & Co., Sheffield, 1813



The baluster and waisted standards with floral and upright palmette embossing over anthemion-embossed shaped hexagonal bases with gadrooned edges, the capitals with corresponding anthemion and floral embossing, the detachable nozzles with gadrooning interspersed by further anthemion embossing,
each base and bobeche bearing an engraved crest :
a stag’s head erased, attired (Fairbairn’s 121.2, Amias, Andrew, Andrews et al)


Very good examples of the early Regency period


Condition : Excellent; good gauge to the silver;  loaded


10.75" High

Price : Please Inquire













Also See :




Good Set of Four George IV Silver Neoclassical Candlesticks

Creswick & Co., 1820

The tapering standards with upright columns of acanthus leaves,

the knops, feet and bobeches with further acanthus leaves and flowerheads;

each marked to the footrim

11-1/8" High



And a very good candle extinguisher :



Victorian Trumpet-Form Silver Douter (Candle Extinguisher)

S. Mordan and Co, London, 1899

Note : I have used all versions of candle snuffers.

This is the best of the forms tried.

No tallow is blown erratically. No snuffers to clean.

Efficient and clean.




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Good Pair George III Silver Candlesticks, 1813, John Roberts & Co., Sheffield