Antique Silver Edwardian Cast Candelabrum made in 1903
A magnificent and large Edwardian antique silver five light cast candelabrum. The candelabrum is made by R & S Garrard & Co. and is stamped for Garrard & Co as retailer. Sebastian Henry Garrard was silversmith to Edward VII.
|R & S Garrard & Co Ltd
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A magnificent and large Edwardian antique silver five light cast candelabrum. Each light has a shaped square drip tray, detachable sconces in the same style and reed capitals. The main stem of the candelabrum is of baluster form and stands on a shaped square base.
The candelabrum is made by R & S Garrard & Co. in 1903 and is stamped for Garrard & Co as retailer. Sebastian Henry Garrard was silversmith to Edward VII.
The candelabrum is cast and of very heavy weight – as you would expect from the silversmith to the King!
The branch is detachable, and all pieces are fully hallmarked and original.
Dimensions: 58.42 cm
Garrard & Co Ltd, formerly Asprey & Garrard Limited, designs and manufactures luxury jewellery and silver.
George Wickes founded Garrard in London in 1735, and the brand is headquartered at Albemarle Street in Mayfair, London. Garrard also has a presence in several other locations globally.
Garrard was the first official Crown Jeweller of the UK, charged with the upkeep of the British Crown Jewels, from 1843 to 2007, and was responsible for the creation of many tiaras and jewels still worn by the British royal family today.
As well as jewellery, Garrard is known for having created some of the world’s most illustrious sporting trophies. These include: the Americas Cup, the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy and a number of trophies for Royal Ascot in its role as Official Trophies and Silverware Supplier, which originally dates back to the first Gold Cup in 1842.
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For the UK £15.00
For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
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