Rare Spanish Colonial silver candelabra. Alto Peru (Bolivia), late 18th to early 19th century. Solid high grade silver, finely cast and chased. The stem features a Spanish conquistador wearing European garments and a floral headdress, surmounted by palm leaves and a gourd; the candle arms are comprised of writhing serpents with delineated scales and heads, mounted with 3 deep cylindrical candle cups with palm leaf drip pans; the base is a stepped dome set on 3 paw feet. Impressive artistry, technique, and iconography. Quite substantial at 47 ounces of high grade silver. It measures 12" wide x 15" high.
Cobalt Sandwich glass kerosene lamp on brass marble base c1860, electrified. This lamp is in perfect working order with a lovely new shade. The cobalt in the lamps basin is as intense as any we have seen. Measures 26" H to the harp x 5.5" square at the base.
Pair of English Sheffield silver plate candelabras circa 1900. Lovely estate condition with just the right amount of rosy patina at the high points. Each candlestick measures 13 inches tall and wide, with a 6 x 4.75 inch base.
Art Deco frosted glass uplight table lamp. The shade features two spread-winged doves against a fluted cone. Cast brass mounting. Excellent condition. Measures 11 inches high x 8.25 inches wide. The base is 6 inches wide.
Matched pair hurricane shade candlesticks. England circa 1850. Original heavy blown glass shades and cast brass and iron bases. Shown with 12 inch candles. Each measures 18 inches tall with has a 12 inch shade and a 6 inch base. The shades measures 6 inches across. These are among the finest hurricane candlesticks we have offered. Extremely well made with heavy bases and shade so they are not subject to tipping. They are gorgeous.