Pair of George III Antique Silver Chambersticks made in 1799
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1799
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Paul Storr, 1771-1844
STOCK CODE: W41x3
A pair of exceptional George III antique silver chambersticks. They are of plain, circular form with the lower portion of the bell-shaped capitals embellished with fluted decoration.
The removable nozzles have a gadroon border, as do the bases and snuffers. Each chamberstick retains the original detachable hallmarked sconces and snuffers.
The conical-shaped snuffers are surmounted by acorn style finials.
The chambersticks are made by one of the finest silversmiths, Paul Storr, and would make a wonderful addition to your Georgian antique collection.
All the detachable pieces are correctly marked and the wells have a wonderful family crest of an elephant – used by the Elliott and Anderson families amongst others.
Dimensions: height 10.2 cm, width (of base) 13.3 cm
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