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Vintage

19th-C. Brass English Candlesticks, Pair

Embellish Antiques/ Akin Kolawole

$795.00

$1,495.00 47% Off

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19th-C. Brass English Candlesticks, Pair
19th-C. Brass English Candlesticks, Pair
19th-C. Brass English Candlesticks, Pair
19th-C. Brass English Candlesticks, Pair
19th-C. Brass English Candlesticks, Pair

Shipping & Returns

Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
Jun 17 - Jun 21
Returns:
This item is final sale and non-returnable.

Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; minor dings on candlesticks
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
brass/wood
Size:
8.5" W x 31.5" H
Color/Finish:
brass

Why We Love This

Pair of tall polished brass 19th-century English candlesticks. Crown tops with prickets, twisted columns with shaped breaks on round plinths and raised on stepped bases.
As described by Embellish Antiques/ Akin Kolawole

About Embellish Antiques/ Akin Kolawole

Embellish Antiques specializes in antique lighting and English and Continental furniture. Akin Kolawole has been in the antiques business for more than 20 years, starting out at a Brookline, MA antique lighting store while still in college. He opened a store in Boston's historic Beacon Hill and was in business there for 15 years before moving to North Carolina and starting Embellish Antiques.