Juventino López Reyes Mexican Silver Three Light Candelabra Pair A584

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This beautiful pair of silver candelabra (c. 1940) were made by Juventino López Reyes. Having gotten his start at Maciel, he opened his own workshop La Platería Del Recreo in 1935. Candelabra measures 10" x 8 1/2" x 4 1/2". Call for pricing.

Louis Comfort Tiffany Bronze and Favrile Glass Poppy Candlecup Candlesticks Pair A531

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If the workshops of Louis Comfort Tiffany ever produced something that was not beautiful we have yet to see it. These "blown-out" candlesticks (the glass being blown into the bronze) impress with their simplicity and elegance. We have no words. Candlesticks measure 14 1/2" x 6" diameter. Louis Comfort Tiffany (February 18, 1848 – January 17, ...

Wrought Iron Dragon Candlesticks Pair A515

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These candlesticks are done in the manner of Samuel Yellin. Yellin's influence on ironwork in the United States continues to this day. His work is generally acknowledged to be unsurpassed, perhaps never even equalled. Certainly many talented blacksmiths were inspired by his designs, such as the unknown artisan who produced these beguiling dragon candlesticks. Whimsical, humorous ...

17th Century Baroque Carved and Gilded Wooden Girandole: Goddess Pomona as Caryatid F750

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The Goddess of fruitful abundance, Pomona, is represented as a caryatid, carved in gilded wood, meant to support a many branched girandole, or candelabra. Time and wear has only added to its beauty, and, though the finish and gilding has mostly eroded, the carving is remarkably intact. Probably one of a pair. The exuberance of ...