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Lot 1129: A PAIR OF GILTWOOD AND BLUE GLASS-BORDERED GIRANDOLES, ONE QUEEN ANNE CIRCA 1710, THE OTHER 20TH CENTURY AND POSSIBLY INCORPORATING EARLIER PLATES |
26 October 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: each with two brass candle holders
These elegant girandoles have both been re-gilt, there are minor losses to gilding, the brass candle holder and backs of both of later date, minor marks and scratches; the earlier piece with a small crack to top faceted section, the later piece incorporating some 18th century elements. Ready to be placed.
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Dimensions: 99cm. high, 60cm. wide; 3ft. 3in., 1ft. 11¾in.