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Collections Sale / A PAIR OF GEORGE III GILT-METAL MOUNTED CLEAR AND BLUE GLASS TWIN-LIGHT CANDELABRA 18th century and later, in the manner of Parker & Perry (2)

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III GILT-METAL MOUNTED CLEAR AND BLUE GLASS TWIN-LIGHT CANDELABRA
18th century and later, in the manner of Parker & Perry
29 June 2022, 10:00 BST
London, Knightsbridge

£3,000 - £5,000

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III GILT-METAL MOUNTED CLEAR AND BLUE GLASS TWIN-LIGHT CANDELABRA

18th century and later, in the manner of Parker & Perry
Each centre by a spire with over canopy and finial issuing drops, the s-scroll arms surmounted by nozzles, raised on gilt decorated blue glass supports, 40cm wide, 27cm deep, 60cm high (15 1/2in wide, 10 1/2in deep, 23 1/2in high) (2)

Footnotes

Parker and Perry was founded by William Parker in 1756. They counted the Royal family amongst their many patrons, and supplied the Prince of Wales at Carlton House.

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