Pair of George III Antique Silver Candlesticks made in 1764

£3,800

A fine pair of large early George III silver Corinthian column candlesticks which stand on square bases with decorative chasing.

Date 1764
Made By Emick Romer
Location London
Stock Number W53x40
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W53x40
Date:
1764
Maker: Emick Romer
£3,800
Description

A fine pair of large early George III silver Corinthian column candlesticks which stand on square bases with decorative chasing.

To one side of the base, it bears a contemporary crest engraved in the cartouche.

The detachable nozzles are similarly crested. The capitals are finely pierced (a feature that is generally only found on column candlesticks of the 1760s  and 1770s).

They are in good condition and are well hallmarked on the bases and detachable nozzles.

They are made by one of the most famous silversmiths of the period – Emick Romer who was Norwegian by birth.

Dimensions: height 30.3 cm

Maker
Emick Romer

Emick Romer, son of Michel Michelsen Romer, goldsmith of Oslo (1682 – 1739) born 2 August, 1724.

Seems to have settled in a London in the early 1750s. First mark entered in the missing register around 1758 and was working at 123, High Holborn.

He was a noted supplier to Parker and Wakelin (one of the major suppliers to the King and the nobility) of pierced baskets, epergnes and tea caddies. Candlesticks were also a speciality and most of them have finely pierced decoration to the capitals.

Seems to have returned to Norway by May 1795, where he settled in Halden, in the south of the country.

A maker of fine and unusual pieces.

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