Pair of silver George III style table candle sticks with detachable nozzels standing on square shaped bases and decorated with shells on the corner. 1923
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|Maker||Ellis Jacob Greenberg, Birmingham|
|Width of Base||12.7cm (5")|
|Weight||1.43 kg the pair|
A handsome pair of silver George III style table candle sticks with detachable nozzels standing on square shaped bases and decorated with shells on the corner and with fluted knobbed stems. Both candlesticks are in very good condition.
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