This is a truly magnificent and highly distinguished pair of antique Victorian silver-plated four-light three-branch table candelabra by the renowned silversmiths Hodd & Linley, Hatton Gardens, London, circa 1870 in date.
Each of these splendid candelabra are a mix of the Neo Classical & Empire styles, features a stunning fluted and reeded stem with three decorative cast branches, each terminating in a shaped and reeded socket and with a further central branch.
To add even more splendour to this superb pair, they stand on an impressive shaped triangular base with lion-paw feet.
The undersides of the candelabra bear the malers marks.
The attention to detail is fantastic and they are certain to attract attention wherever they are placed.
In really excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 61 x Width 30 x Depth 30
Dimensions in inches:
Height 24.0 x Width 11.8 x Depth 11.8
Hodd & Linley
Business established in 1849 at Hatton Garden as Goodfellow, Tilley & Hodd (1849-1854). Later the firm became Goodfellow & Hodd (until 1860), Richard Hodd (until 1862), Hodd & Linley (until 1872) and Richard Hodd & Son from 1872 until the late 1970s. They were active from c. 1878 in Minerva Works, Hatton Gardens 30/31 using a trademark with the image of Minerva, the Greek goddess of industry. They were active also at 66/67 Cheapside. In 1981 the premises at Hatton Garden were occupied by the workshop of Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris, silversmiths.
Our reference: A1384