A Pair of George IV Antique Silver three light Candelabra
A Pair of George IV Antique Silver three light Candelabra
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Pair of George IV Antique Silver Three Light Candelabra made in 1828

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An outstanding pair of cast silver three light candelabra. The candelabra have knopped faceted columns to a four shell-shaped base.

Date 1828
Made By Joseph Craddock
Location London
Stock Number Sa66x26

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Sa66x26
Date:
1828
Maker: Joseph Craddock
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Description

An outstanding pair of cast antique silver three light candelabra. The candelabra have knopped faceted columns to a four shell-shaped base.

The hallmarked push fit decorated arms are embellished with scrolling leaf decoration and each capital is surmounted with an impressive drip pan (reflecting the same design as the sconces).

The central capital retains the original hallmarked push fit flame snuffer.

The three light candelabra can be used as candlesticks once the arms are removed.

Dimensions: height (to flame) 43.6 cm, width span 40.5 cm, height (of candlestick without branch) 26.8 cm

Weight, 122 troy oz

Maker
Joseph Craddock

Joseph Craddock married Hannah Redman from Clerkenwell at St Andrew, Holborn in 1806. Their first child, Charles Tyrwhitt, was christened in 1809 at St James, Pentonville. Another son, Marmaduke Montagu Caracticus, was christened at St Dunstan in the West in 1817. The record shows his father as a silversmith and their address as Carey Street. Their daughter, Isabella Cecilia, was christened at the same church in 1821 from the same address. Her father said he was a goldsmith.

His wife, Hannah, died in 1830 aged 46 years. Her burial recorded at St George the Martyr, Queen Street shows her last address as Liberty of the Rolls. As a widower from St Pancras, he married Mary Boaz at St Mary, Islington in 1833. The burial in 1834 of a Joseph Cradock aged 53 years, late of St Pancras, was also recorded at St George the Martyr and is probably relevant.

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Delivery Charges:
For the UK £15.00
For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
The charges are subject to change

About William Walter Antiques

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