George II Silver Candlesticks by Charles Kandler

Date: 1737

Maker: Charles Frederick Kandler

Country: England

Stock Number: 6318

An important pair of early English antique silver candlesticks by the sought after maker Charles Kandler. Very fine quality and made of heavy gauge cast silver. In the French taste, each with a knopped baluster stem on spreading circular base with sunken well and shaped outside border. These stunning candlesticks are beautifully chased all over and each bears an armorial crest within the sunken well. Weight 1459 grams, 46.9 troy ounces. Height 22 cms. Base diagonal measurement 16.25 cms. London 1737. Maker Charles Kandler.

Literature: The left hand stick, while certainly a pair, is unmarked. The right hand stick has a full set of marks under the base and a lion mark round the top of the candle holder. The decoration of each, although definitely matching, has minor differences. The right hand stick has a slight distortion to the base resulting in a minor imbalance.

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