This late 19th century ornate pair of silver plate girandole candelabras feature beautiful amethyst & clear crystal stone drops. The sturdy bases are accented with a detailed boar's head on each end in a gold vermeil wash. Two acanthus leaf columns sweep upward from the the boars; four arms curve gracefully from the center body of each candelabra, blooming into a floral drip pan, capital and sconce. Polished pear shaped amethyst crystals are suspended from the drip pans and the branches at the top. Clear drops, flowers and clusters of leaves complete this sophisticated pair.
The bottom is marked: "G A"
Wonderful artistry make these four light candelabras an elegant addition to any room of the house.
Each candelabra measures approximately:
Antique items have been previously owned and loved, and will show some level of wear consistent with this prior use. The silver finish has an age appropriate patina and slight wear from years of use. There are some tiny dents & dings, mostly on the bases. One clear crystal drop is loose, as shown in photo #11 & a few crystals are missing. These small things do not take away from the beauty of these pieces and add to their charm. Please see all the photos for further clarification on condition and feel free to ask any questions that aren't answered here. As found condition. The photos serve as an additional description.
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