Price

£28500.00

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A magnificent pair of sterling silver three light candelabra, made after a design by Paul de Lamerie. They were completely hand made by Richard Comyns and son - one 1979 and one 1982 and are of impressive size and weight.

The column modelled as a bust of an aged Bacchus supporting a central capital and three detachable scroll arms with female busts and three capitals, scroll shell and vine leaf decoration, the whole on scroll tri-form bases with vine leaves.

This pair are copies, the originals of which can be found in the Metropolitan Museum in New York, made by Paul de Lamerie in 1747.

Maker: RICHARD COMYNS.

Origin: London.

Year: 1979 - 1982.

Dimensions

Height 20.75 inches 52.70 cm Width/span 14 inches 36 cm Base 8 inches 20 cm

Weight

283 Troy ozs

Price

£28500.00

Stock number

W42x3
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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