The careful chiseling of all surfaces is noteworthy, each branch projecting from highly realistic acanthus foliage into beautifully fluted stems that raise the drip-catches that are lined with repeating leafage beneath faux candlesticks. The branches have been wired for electricity at some point during the 20th century. An intricate column is embellished with circles of quills above the candle branches, these below chaotic twists of ribbon in the tip.
It is an exquisite display piece for anyone passionate about metal work and early lighting of inordinate quality. 12 3/8" W x 24 1/2". Condition Report: Old repairs, small traces of solder around the stems. Right branch has a slight inward curve.Traces of wear and oxidization to gilding. Wiring should be checked by a professional prior to installing. Please scroll down to view all detailed images of this piece. My name is Andrew Silla and my wife and I own and operate Silla, ltd in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. You can read more about our gallery by clicking here.
Finding these pieces is a hunt, a journey and we pursue each piece in the collection for a reason. Thank you for taking the time to look through our pieces and we look forward to working with you! _gsrx_vers_1480 GS 9.1.1 (1480). This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Chandeliers, Sconces & Lighting Fixtures". The seller is "sillafineantiques" and is located in this country: US.
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