An antique 19th century Victorian solid silver candelabrum centrepiece, R Hennell, circa1873

An antique 19th century Victorian solid silver candelabrum centrepiece, R Hennell, circa1873

22,795.00

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A 19th Century Victorian cast candelabra centerpiece, standing on shaped base, depicting a fox hunting scene featuring huntsmen, horses and hounds, the naturalistically modelled tree stem supporting three branches decorated with oak leaves and a central openwork dish support, inscribed to the base 'Presented To John Stapylton Sutton Esq, of Elton Hall in the County of Durham by the Members of the Hurworth & Durham County Hunts and Other Friends in Consideration of His Disinterested Preservation of Foxes' the top of the centerpiece terminating with a fitted frosted cut glass bowl. Hallmarked English silver (925), London, year 1873 (S), Maker's mark R.H for Robert Hennell IV.

Condition: perfect

Dimensions: 65cm high, 44cm wide

Weight: 6180grams (excluding glass)