Vintage Richard D. Scofield Historic Lighting 6 arm tin chandelier with hand dipped wax candle covers. Colonial dark red. Excellent working condition. Richard Scofield made the finest exact copies of period American lighting in America and was allowed by Historic Williamsburg to make copies of their collection. The candles are made from real bees wax. After he died at an early age, the company went on under different ownership. The earlier works like this one are coveted by collectors of period Americana. Measures 15" H x 22" W with a 21 inch long connection rod with hook. Overall drop is 36 inches. Original matching ceiling cap included.
Antique Chinese export Rose Medallion porcelain lamp circa 1900 in excellent condition. The shade can be used but should be replaced as it is lightly stained. The lamp measures 29 inches high to the finial, 17 inches high to the vase top and 7 inches across; the shade is 11 x 18 inches.
True pair of early English brass candlesticks, circa 1760-1780. Each has a petal base with four sides and a concave indented design between the fluted petals. The central column has 4 projections; the largest has 4 flat panels. The top has a fixed candle holder. Measures 8 inches tall with a 4 inch square base. Excellent condition. Note the line mold mark we show in one of the photos. Only early candlesticks were made in two parts.
Antique Baccarat clear crystal candlestick circa 1850. Measures 14 inches high with a 7 inch base. Excellent condition. Early Baccarat glassware pieces were unsigned.
Extraordinary pair of painted two-arm candle sconces, 19th century, metal and wood with scrolled foliate arms, decorated in cream with gilding and red enamel highlights. Each is 43.5 inches long by 14 inches wide by 8 inches deep.