George III William Parker Wedgwood and Gilt Bronze Candelabra Girandoles

32000 USD
$32,000.00

Description:

English George III period pair of four light candelabra girandoles attributed to William Parker. The pair has gilt bronze bases with Wedgwood jasperware four-sided plinths in neoclassical revival designs likely provided by Lady Templeon to Wedgwood during the 1780s. The candelabras each have four arms, two of which scroll upward.
This girandole design was patented by famed chandelier maker Sir Wiliam Parker in 1781.
A very similar pair is located in the King's Bedchamber at Windsor Castle.
A similar pair sold at auction at Christie's in 2013 for $37,500.
In great antique condition with age-appropriate wear and use.
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SKU

114920

Condition

Good

Dimensions

H 34 in. x W 17 in. x D 15 in. H 86.36 cm x W 43.18 cm x D 38.1 cm

Dealer

S138XX

Material

Bronze, Cut Glass, Porcelain

Style

George III

Creator

William Parker

Place of Origin

England

Period

18th Century

Color

Gold

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