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R 12 898
Lot 244
A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933
  • A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933

Lot Estimate
R 12 000 - 15 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 12 898

About this Item

A pair of George V silver Corinthian candlesticks, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1933


each raised on a square stepped and gadrooned base, rising to a fluted column, with beaded nozzles, each base engraved with the inscription ‘TO HARRY AND LIBBY FROM MOTHER 23.6.37’, repairs, loaded, 30,5cm high

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