Pair 1843 English Sheffield Plate Candlesticks
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Included here is a fine example of English Sheffield plated silver candlesticks made in 1843 at the early part of the Victorian era. Each measures 10.25" high and 5.25" across, and each weighs 2 lbs. 1 oz. Considerable plate wear. Inside of one bobeche bears the incribed mark of the English Patent Office diamond which was used from 1842 to 1883. "H" at top of diamond indicates the year 1843. "A" on left signifies January. "27" on right signifies the day of month. "5" at bottom indicates the bundle type. Note the four-armed sceptor on the right side which is likely the maker's mark. This item resides on the upper east side of Manhattan in New York city, and may be seen in person by appointment. Thanks for visiting. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments.
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