Pair of Ormolu and Blue Glazed Porcelain Seven-Light Candelabra Probably West German, Late 19th Century
Pair of Ormolu and Blue Glazed Porcelain Seven-Light Candelabra Probably West German, Late 19th Century Composed of a cobalt ground ceramic ogee base with scrolling acanthus and blossom mounted quadriped feet; below a disc/starburst-shaped foliate decorated spacer mounting an inverted conical cobalt ground ceramic body, flanked by two scrolling acanthus tendril vestigial handles; supporting a rocaille and floral overlaid central nozzle, housing flared scrolling acanthus-formed arms, terminating at a blossom-formed socket and pan, interspersed with wire-stemmed flowers; underside of ceramic base with an engraved
X adjacent to a crowned escutcheon mark containing
K \ M above an impressed
Missing flower head to one candelabrum; Loose mount to central candle arm; residual wax accretion throughout; handling wear with losses in gilding. Height: 25-1/8 in (63.8 cm)
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