Explore Our Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Candlesticks
A very unusual and elegant pair of Victorian Martin Hall & Co silver plated candle sticks with plain paneled columns, Corinthian style capitals, rising square bases and detachable nozzels. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
A most unusual pair of Victorian Thomas Bradbury silver plated candle sticks in a Georgian style with knobbed stems, detachable circular nozzels and 5.5" (14cm) square dish shaped bases with a gadroon border. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1870).
A very elegant pair of Edwardian Adams style silver candlesticks with fluted columns leading down to an oval fluted and reeded base and with detachable reeded nozzels. (1906).
A beautiful pair of antique Victorian silver candlesticks with a fluted spiral form stem and base and detachable beaded nozzels that match the circular spreading base. (1885).
A pair of unusual design silver Thomas Bradbury candle sticks with detachable square nozzels, knobbed stems and concaved plain paneled square bases. In very good condition, without holes. (1921).
An exceptional pair of silver candle sticks with detachable circular nozzels, plain paneled stem and plain paneled stepped bases. Retailed by the famous Tessiers shop in London. (1957).
Attractive pair of silver candlesticks with detachable nozzels, plain fluted columns leading down to fluted circular shaped plain bases. (1932).
A charming pair of Edwardian silver dwarf candlesticks with detachable round beaded nozzels. Garland and fluted capitals lead down to a circular Acanthus style collar. The square sloping sided bases have beaded borders. (1901).
An elegant pair of old Sheffield candlesticks with detachable sconces, tapering fluted stems and oval shaped bases with fluting and beaded borders. (1810)
Pair of George II style silver candelabra with detachable three light branches and nozzels. The candlesticks have knobbed stems and sunken centre square shaped bases. (1962)
Pair of figural bronze owl candlesticks with glass eyes and detachable nozzels standing on a circular stepped base.