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European Applied Art | Auction: 13.11.2019 | Preview: 08.11.2019 - 11.11.2019

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2.500 - 4.500 €

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3.800,00 €

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PAIR OF LARGE GEORGE III SILVER GIRANDOLES WITH COLUMN SHAFTS.
London. 1765-66. William Cripps / 1766-67. William Cafe.

Silver. Feet loaded. On a square, multi-stepped base with godron decor, each with a high shaft in the shape of
Corinthian columns. Thereon wide-ranging, four-flamed girandole attachments with square
eaves bowls and corresponding spout inserts. Heraldic engravings on the foot, parts of the
inserts and eaves bowls. Ca. 3310 (Girandole covers only)g. Height 45.5cm, width 38.5cm.

a) Inspection mark London 1765-66, maker's mark William Cripps (from 1743, Grimwade no.3056). Top of girandole edge engraved. b) Inspection mark London 1766-67, maker's mark William Cafe (from 1757, ib. no.3077). Top of girandole no. 4 engraved. Condition A.

Provenance:
Westphalian private collection.

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London     Silver   18th century   Girandole  

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