One of a pair of candlesticks with a detachable drip pan, made from Sheffield plate, with a fluted column and knop segment on a lobed foliate base, thought to date from c.1836 and probably manufactured by T.J & N. Creswick.
T.J & N. Creswick (manufacturer)
Neoclassical Sheffield plate candlestick, in the form of a fluted column, with a lobed foliate base. The drip tray on the top of the candlestick can be removed. The base is covered in baize and has been loaded for stability. It is stamped inside the candle socket with a grid of four intersecting lines with arrow heads and with the letter 'L' and also possibly with an 'A' although this is not as clear as the 'L'. This is one of a pair of candlesticks.
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