Georgian, George III, Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, circa 1810. Of plain form with circular bases featuring reeded detail. Baluster stems and reeded removable nozzles.
Marked with the single sun or star mark which is an unrecorded maker's mark. In 1911 Henry Veitch, author of " Sheffield Plate, It's History, Manufacture & Art", stated that this mark was found only on exceptionally fine pieces of Sheffield Plate.
In very good order with areas of copped bleed. A small crease to one stem. Both sticks stand straight. Higher wear and pressure marks around the base rim.
Approximate weight for the pair is 1.4 kilos.
Approximate dimensions of one are 24.5 cm height and 12.5 cm base diameter.