George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911

George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911
George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911

George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911

Pair of George V sterling silver 5-light candelabra. Made by Lionel Alfred Crichton in London in 1911.

Each: Raised central socket on knopped support surrounded by four twisting and leaf-wrapped arms, each terminating in single socket with detachable chamfered and concave bobeche; wax pan same. Lights set in socket mounted to columnar shaft; raised and square foot. Sockets in form of Corinthian capital. Applied ornament: swags, scallop shells, paterae and acanthus leaves.

Converts to 3-light and 1-light (that is, candlestick). Gorgeous end-of-an-era Edwardian Neoclassicism by a noted maker. Fully marked including retailer's stamp (same). Condition: Both shafts have a few pings. Dimensions: H 19 1/4 x W 13 7/8 x D 12 in.

This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "nelson-and-nelson-antiques" and is located in this country: US.


George V Candelabra Antique Neoclassical English Sterling Silver Crichton 1911