An early 19th century Regency gilt metal two branch candelabra with a pair of matching candlesticks.
The candelabra has a square base raised on four shaped feet, a circular plinth with a lady in Greek dress as the central support holding the two scroll arms that carry the two candle holders.
The two holders each have nine curved branches that terminate in a vine leaf and grapes detail and glass prisms hang from each branch.
The centre of the candelabra has a turned pillar with honey suckle decoration at the top and matching branches with prism drops.
The pair of candlesticks have square bases matching the candelabra and a child figure with arms raised as the support for the candle sconce.
The candlesticks have the same curved branches with vine leaves, grapes and hanging cut glass prisms.
The set is in very good condition. (Circa 1810)
Candelabra Height 58.7cm (23.1 inches)
Width 31cm (12.2 inches)
Depth 10cm (3.9 inches)
Candlesticks Height 26cm (10.2 inches)
Width 9.3cm (3.7 inches) Square.