Pair of English brass petal-base candlesticks, Birmingham circa 1760. Note the double mold seam line true to 18th century brass construction. Lobed petal bases and integral bobeches.
Rare pair of Arts and Crafts period wrought steel torcheres circa 1900. All hand crafted by a master craftsperson. Each torchere has two adjustable candle slides. Note the incredible detail on the turned feet, hand-cut openwork on the bobeches and base, and hand-peened rivets. These are museum quality. Each torchere measures 12.5 inches tall and 6.5 inches across its base. We have never seen another pair like these. Late 19th to early 20th century.
RARE diminutive 18th century brass candlestick, Birmingham, England, circa 1760. Very small candlesticks from the 18th century are extremely hard to come by. Measures 5 inches tall and has a 3.25-inches square base. Note the snap line of the double mold, true only to 18th century brass.
Stunning true pair of English barley-twist oak candlesticks with brass candle cups, circa 1880. Pristine original condition. Each is 12.5 inches tall and has a 5-inch dish-carved base.
Dutch 18th century brass double candle sconce with pierced and punched decoration. No repairs, excellent condition. Measures 8" high x 6.75" wide x 4" deep. For a similar example please see: "The Brass Book" by Peter, Nancy and Herbert Schiffer, 1978, page 131 C.