Antique Campaign Travel Candlesticks, Pair
This pair of brass candlesticks unscrew to separate the stem from the base. The screw fitting is wide and was intended for use as opposed to construction. The most common form of travelling candlestick is the Brighton Bun and, although we have had a pair of candlesticks before, these are earlier and can be considered unusual. The height of the sticks is perhaps a concession to their need to pack down for travel. They are classical in design and the casting is of a good, sharp standard. One has a replaced sconce. Circa 1790.
|Height:||7.75 ins (19.69 cm)|
|Width:||4 ins (10.16 cm)|
|Depth:||4 ins (10.16 cm)|
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