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Pair of Sterling Silver Edwardian Candlesticks

Reynolds and Westwood 1906

Item Code: CC1906RW
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£385.00


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Pair of Edward VII antique sterling silver candlesticks by Birmingham makers Reynolds and Westwood 1906
This matching pair of silver candlesticks depict design elements of the Arts and Crafts movement. The tapered curved convex stems have four sides connecting to circular raised bases. Circular domed sconces which are detachable from the columns for cleaning. The candlesticks are assayed to the base of both candlesticks with a full set of Birmingham assay marks, partial marks to the stems and male connection at the bottom the both sconces.



Both silver candlesticks are in nice condition, both sit flat and level with green felt to the underside of bases for surface protection. Assay marks slightly rubbed but legible, makers assay mark more than others. The general condition of the silver is very good. The candlesticks are without deep scratched and dents, other light marks representative of age, sconces fit tight into connections. These candlesticks are filled and weighted.


Pair of Silver Candlesticks
Filled & Weighted

Candlestick Details
Year: 1906
Maker: Reynolds & Westwood
Period: Edward VII
Silver Purity: Sterling 925
Assay Office: Birmingham

Assay Marks Struck
Year Mark: g
Town Mark: Birmingham
Makers Mark: R & W
Passant Mark: Lion

Combined Weights
Grams: 889 / Troy Ounces: 28.58 (Filled)

Dimensions
Heights: 205 mm (20.5 cm)
Base Diameters: 100 mm (10.0 cm)
Sconce Diameters: 58 mm (5.8 cm)


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