Very rare and unusual pair of Elkington & Co silver plated telescopic candle sticks. Circa 1875
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|Maker||Elkington & Co, Birmingham|
|Height||Extended 30.5cm (12") Retracted 24.1cm (9.5")|
A very rare and unusual pair of Elkington & Co silver plated telescopic candle sticks with detachable nozzels. The circular cast bases show an Egyptian influence and have a fish scale border. In very good re-plated condition.
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