Elegant guilloche enamel and sterling silver candlesticks with balluster-form, cut-crystal columns. The golden enamel work has geometric, triangular patterns upon the rounded bases. Candle cups have complementing enamel with an engine-turned pattern. Hallmarks: Adie Bros., Birmingham, 1930. 5" H., 3" W.
A beautifully interpreted pair of Vienna Secession-design candlesticks made by WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) in Germany circa 1910. Clearly a Josef Hoffmann influence with lobed and beaded elements. Firm's marks beneath each. 5 7/8" H., 4 1/8" W.
Lovely pair of Frederick Carder Steuben candlesticks in the highly collected twist-form. Foot as well as candle cups are an optic-rib pattern. The stunning Amber candlesticks are Carder's original design #686 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 160. Circa 1920's. 8 1/8" H.
Lovely Edwardian ebony candlesticks with a baluster-form column. Each are mounted with a hand-chased silver applique. London circa 1900-10. 6 1/8" H. each
Art Deco silver candlesticks with concentrically stepped, round bases as well as complementing, stepped candle cups. Made in Oslo, Norway by the well-regarded Jacob Tolstrup silver workshop. Stamped workshop marks along with 830 fine silver mark, circa 1930's. 4 3/8" W., 2 3/4" H.
Sterling silver candle snuffer with a distinct Danish influence. Its handle has a curving blossom-form mount. The snuffer is designed to pivot for practical function. Made by the Webster Silver Co. of Connecticut circa 1940's. 8 3/4" L.
Fine pair of Modernist candlesticks designed by Alphonse La Paglia. La Paglia created designs for Georg Jensen USA. Upon closing of the Jensen USA store, the designs were continued by the International Silver Co. of Meriden, Connecticut until his untimely death in 1953. Marks: La Paglia Designed, International Sterling. Illustrated on page 113 in "Jensen Silver, the American Designs." 1" H., 3 5/8" W.
Danish influence America sterling silver candle snuffer. The bell-form snuffer, with its long, flattened handle, has a blossom design at its end. Made by the Webster Silver Co. of Connecticut circa 1940's. 7 3/4" L.
Hallberg pewter candle holders made by the C. G. Hallberg workshop in Stockholm, Sweden. Hallmark date 1931. The prominent gold and silversmith was jeweler to the Swedish royal court. Each two-arm candle holder rests upon a round, stepped base. A central fan form finial crowns the curving form. Dimensions: 9 1/2" H., 8 1/4" W.
Pair sterling silver Danish-influence two-arm candelabra. A central urn form with scrolling berry elements is reminiscent of Georg Jensen design. The stunning form is supported by a hammered silver base. Marks beneath for the prominent Gorham silver workshop along with date mark for year 1941. 7 1/4" H., 9 1/2" W.
Pair of sterling silver octagonal base candlesticks in the Georgian style. Each, with fluted embellishments, have complementing removable, octagonal bobeches. Hallmarks: Martin Hall (Richard Martin and Joshua Hall), Sheffield 1901. 7 1/4" H.
Sterling silver Adams-style candlesticks. Oval bases with fluted designs which are repeated upon the column. Beaded edging is found upon the base as well as on the oval bobeches. Hallmarks: George Henry Hibberd, Birmingham 1903. 6 3/4" H.
Silvered Victorian Corinthian column candlesticks. Tall, fluted pillar columns with draping, wrapped floral garlands. Sweeping garlands further enhance the notched square bases. Made in England circa 1880. 10 1/2" H., 4 3/4" W.
Lovely English Victorian silvered candlesticks with scalloped bases which support complementing columns. Removable flower-form bobeches enhance the top. Made by the Elkington workshop in Birmingham, 1845. 10 1/8" H.
Unusual figural pewter maiden candlesticks. Female figure with hands upon hips and adorned with bow-tied head wrap and long braids. Made in Germany, circa 1900. 8 1/2" H.
Remarkable pair of Art Nouveau candelabra. Each maiden emerges from a swirling base formed by the flowing drape of her garment. The detailed, fluidly cast figures lean upon naturalistically curving, reticulated vines which uphold flower-form candle cups. The undulating, open flower heads form bobeches. Impeccable Art Nouveau in the manner of Claude Bonnefond. Impressed workshop marks beneath. France circa 1900. 12 3/4" H., 9 1/2" W.
Lovely candle snuffer from the Einar Dragstad (1887-1967) workshop of Copenhagen. The silvered Modernist snuffer is of a stepped conical form with edging detail. A long twist-stem handle with a rolled end completes the design. Denmark circa 1950's. 8 3/8" L.
Lovely pair of Steuben Frederick Carder-era candlesticks in Pomona Green glass. The tall, baluster-form candlesticks have optic swirl bases with rolled edges. Optic swirl candle cups complete the elegant pair. Frederick Carder's original design number 6270, as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 165. Acid stamp Steuben marks beneath. Circa 1920's. 10" H.