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


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


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


Sold Lighting


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


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


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


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


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


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

photo (2)

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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