A pair of 19th century cut glass and silver plated candelabra by F & C Osler each with a central faceted spire above four slice cut upturned branches terminating in drip-plans and sconces and with pendant vase-shaped finials, the octagonal stems on domed segmented bases with radiating glass ball feet surmounted by acorn-shaped finials, each silver plated base stamped 'F & C Osler
Alfred-Emmanuel-Louis Beurdeley 1847-1919 "Candélabres-Girandoles aux Autruches", A fine and important pair of louis XVI style gilt-bronze seven light candelabra, Paris, third quarter 19th century, after the celebrated model by François Rémond
A PAIR OF FRENCH ORMOLU AND PATINATED BRONZE THREE-BRANCH CANDELABRA FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY.
642: PAIR OF FRENCH LOUIS XV STYLE BRONZE CANDELABRA : Lot 642
Pair Of Turquoise Porcelain And Bronze Dore Chinoiserie Vases
Pair Of Turquoise Porcelain And Bronze Dore Chinoiserie Vases | From a unique collection of antique and modern vases at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/vases/
A top marble inlaid tripod table
A LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE PAIR OF GEORGE I STYLE ENGLISH SILVER CANDELABRA, MARK OF JOHN BULL LTD, LONDON, 1997. Of paneled baluster form with shaped foot below four scrolled arms terminating with a candle socket flanking a central candle stand each with removable bobeches. stamped hallmarks on base.
A pair of Russian neoclassical cut glass-mounted ormolu and malachite four-light candelabra 19th century on later gilt bronze and malachite pedestals. height 32 in. 81.5 cm
A set of four Italian elaborately carved scabellos