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Post Medieval Bronze Tripod Candlestick

Lot 0891 Details

Description
Circa 17th century AD. A cast bronze candlestick with discoid base and three feet, central column and socket with lateral extensions. Bronze, 220 grams, 16 cm. Property of a London Gentleman; acquired before 1975.
Condition
Very fine condition, complete.
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Post Medieval Bronze Tripod Candlestick

Estimate £1,500 - £2,000
Dec 02, 2011
Starting Price £1,400
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0891: Post Medieval Bronze Tripod Candlestick

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Est. £1,500 - £2,000Starting Price £1,400
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Lot 0891 Details

Description
...
Circa 17th century AD. A cast bronze candlestick with discoid base and three feet, central column and socket with lateral extensions. Bronze, 220 grams, 16 cm. Property of a London Gentleman; acquired before 1975.
Condition
...
Very fine condition, complete.

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