Candlesticks from the Mid-19th century in Russian 84° Silver created in the Baroque style. Scroll and floral decorations, covering the base, stem and candle cup are crafted in the Repoussé and Chasing techniques. The candle holders are in excellent original antique condition, with clear and crisp detail, with no dents or monograms. The original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. Both candlesticks are fully hallmarked; 84° Russian Silver Standard hallmark (before 1917) for 875/1000 silver purity, silversmith's hallmark in Cyrillic "ИБ"("IB" in English) is for Ivan Bednyakov, plus a town hallmark for Voronezh in the form of the city's coat of arms with a double-headed eagle and a capsized vessel with water, flowing out of it, and finally the Assay master's hallmark in Cyrillic "BO" ("VO" in English) is for Vasiliy Osipov.