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Pair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - Sweden

Pair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - Sweden

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CONDITION : Excellent

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Pair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, beautiful early 19th century production circa 1810-1820.

Beautiful production decorated with cupids and their arrow frieze, palmettes, gadroons and water leaves. On the binet, can we distinguish a symbol or coat of arms (?) that looks like a chalice, and a ME monogram.

Swedish hallmarks of the city of Uppsala, and the signature of goldsmith LC.

In very good condition, complete, rare set to find.

Height : 23.5cm
Weight : 563g

Pair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - SwedenPair of Empire sterling silver candlesticks, early 19th century - Sweden









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