Pair of Edwardian Sterling Silver Corinthian Candlesticks by Hayes & Co in 1909

Product Code: SMS7278

Pair of Sterling Silver Corinthian Column Candlesticks 

In good vintage condition, this is a lovely pair of neo-classical candlesticks.

They are tall Corinthian columns on substantial stepped and weighted bases. They are weighted for stability. 

The square pedestal bases have beaded borders on the bases and sconces.

They have removable sconces for easy cleaning. They have good condition green felt on the bases.

Hallmarked: Made by Hayes & Co in Birmingham in 1909.

Total Weight: 777.2g

Size: They stand 9cm tall. The bases are 9cm by 9cm.

The tops are 6cm by 6cm.


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