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Vintage baroque-style six light pewter chandelier, early 20th century, previously electrified. The arms are detatchable. 24" L x 26" Dia. Stock No. M639. $375.00

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Brass three-light octagonal reflector sconce, likely Dutch c. 1690. Retains a mellow, old patina with traces of original gilding. 18" W x 21" H. Stock No. M735. $1,200

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Fine and rare brass star base candlestick, English c. 1750, one of only a few known examples of this base. Brazing lines in both stem and socket. Reference: The English Candlestick by Eloy Koldeweij, Cat. 116. Provenance: Dan Robinson, Key Antiques, Chipping Norton, England. 8" H x 5 3/8" base diameter. Stock No. M514. $1,200

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Stepped octagonal base brass candlestick with faceted stem, likely French, c. 1720. Well modeled with warm, mellow patina. 7" H x 4 3/8" across base. Stock No. M387. SOLD

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Pair of old Sheffield plate George III candlesticks, English c. 1790. Both with original nozzles. 11.5" H. Stock No. M235. SOLD

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Opalescent white columnar candlestick with petal socket, Boston & Sandwich Glass Company c. 1850. 9.25" H. Stock No. G402. SOLD

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Brass candlestick with removable nozzle, English c. 1830. 10" H. Stock No. M87. SOLD

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George III brass candlestick with push-up ejector, English c. 1790. 8.25" H. Stock No. M217. SOLD

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Three-arm brass sconce, English or Dutch c. 1730. Drip pans and nozzles with beaded edges, arms detachable. 13" W (extreme). Stock No. M216. SOLD

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Exceptionally good pair of George III columnar brass candlesticks with square beaded bases and gadrooned nozzles, English c. 1780. Both with intact and functional push-up ejectors. 6" H. Stock No. M208. SOLD

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Colorless lead glass candlestick with pressed stepped quatrefoil base and applied blown socket, Boston & Sandwich 1835-50. Minor base chips, otherwise a fine example of this desirable early form. 8.5" H. Stock No. G345. SOLD

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Pair of colorless lead glass candlesticks with pressed hexagonal bases and applied blown sockets, Boston & Sandwich 1840-60. Minor base chips. Height: 8" H (slight variation in size of blown sockets). Stock No. G103. SOLD

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Pair of colorless pressed lead glass candlesticks in the Petal and Loop pattern, Boston & Sandwich 1840-60. 7" H. Stock No. G63. SOLD

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Pressed colorless glass dolphin candlestick with white opalescent socket, Pittsburgh, late 19th century. 6.5" H. Stock No. G344. SOLD

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Pressed lead glass fluid lamp in the Cable pattern attributed to Boston & Sandwich c. 1860. Retains its original camphene burner. Pressed in two parts and joined with a wafer. 10" H (overall). Stock No. G360. SOLD

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Pair of colorless pressed flint glass fluid lamps in the Excelsior With Maltese Cross pattern, attributed to Boston & Sandwich 1840-60. Pressed in two parts and joined with a wafer. 11" H. Stock No. G7. SOLD

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Pair of cast brass candlesticks with push up ejectors, English c. 1850. 10" H. Stock No. M111. SOLD

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Pair of pewter baluster stem push-up candlesticks, English c. 1830. Height: 8". Stock No. M60. SOLD

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12 tube tin candle mold, American, early to mid 19th century. Early beeswax candles with twisted cotton wicks present in 8 tubes. 9" H. Stock No. M7. SOLD