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PAIR of GEORGE III FACET-CUT GLASS CANDLESTICKS

England, c1760-70

 

Pair of George III Facet Cut GlassCandlesticks, England, c1760-70 

 

Of fine quality, flat-cutting and weight,
the faceted sconces with dentelated drip rims over faceted nozzles over an annulated knop,
the diamond-faceted stems raised high domed feet with flat scalloped rims,

 

Condition : Excellent, with only normal wear for age and usage;

a minute pin prick flaw to top of one base; having some expected variances in cutting details.

Variances are expected. However, there are enough to suggest that they might have been made

by the same maker or workshop at different dates.

 

10.5" High, The Foot, 6" Wide / 52.4 oz Total Weight (4 lbs. 4.4 oz.)

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

 

#7859

 

 

 

 

 

Verso, showing rough pontils

 

 

 


 

 

 

The Candlesticks Shown Below with
A Rare Chelsea Red Anchor Polychrome Large Spirally Moulded Bowl, c1760

the base with further spiral moulding and painted in green and puce with a band of upright leaves

Raised on an Early George III Silver Adjustable Dish Cross

John Langford II & John Sebille, London, 1766

 


 

Also See :

 

Rare George II Bobbin-Stem Glass Tazza, England, c1740 

 

Tales of Christmas Past ; The British 18th Century

 

 

 

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Pair of George III Facet Cut GlassCandlesticks, England, c1760-70 

 

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Rare Chelsea Red Anchor Polychrome Moulded Bowl, c1760 Early George III Silver Adjustable Dish Cross, Langfork & Sebille, London, 1766