Pair of Polish .800 Silver Corinthian Column Candle Sticks circa 1920
This pair of silver candle sticks from Warsaw Poland are .800 silver and are non-weighted. They are fashioned after a Corinthian column with a tall, thin, smooth shaft topped with ornamental tops and footed decorative bases making them quite classical.
“Be our guest” as you pull up a chair, and dine by candle light with this pair of lovely candlesticks or give as a perfect gift for those well-deserved celebratory moments.
Marked: Womans head with kerchief, 3 woman head with kerchief W for .800 silver and the city of Warsaw and the mark of WSZ for a maker unknown to me.
Measures: 10 3/4 inches high x 3 3/4 inches wide.
Condition: Each candle stick has some wear to the tops and a few tiny dings to the columns (pictured).
Old English Hallmarked Sterling “Bright Cut” Pattern Set of Cutlery – Georgian, Dated 1785 to 1804.
Old English “Bright Cut” Georgian, Dated 1785 – 1804
An English hallmarked sterling set in ‘Bright Cut’ pattern – Set for 6 – including 6 Dinner Forks, 6 Large Soup Spoons, 12 Dessert spoons, 6 Luncheon Forks. Also included are 6 later bone handled knives.
Set is mixed makers and dates – with some dated as early as 1785 up to 1804. Makers include: George Smith III, John, Henry, & Charles Lias.