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Antique Pair Victorian Silver Plated Four Light Candelabra By Elkington C.1870

Antique Pair Victorian Silver Plated Four Light Candelabra By Elkington C.1870

Antique Pair Victorian Silver Plated Four Light Candelabra By Elkington C.1870


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About this item

This is a truly magnificent and highly distinguished pair of antique Victorian silver-plated four-light three-branch table candelabra by the renowned silversmiths Elkington & Co, Birmingham, circa 1870 in date.

Each of these splendid candelabra features a stunning fluted stem with foliage-cast socket and detachable arms with three foliage cast branches, each terminating in a tapering socket and with a further central branch.  

To add even more splendour to this superb pair, they stand on an impressive triangular base with lion-paw feet, which are connected by a beautiful openwork palmette. 

The undersides of the candelabra bear the registration number 8026.

The attention to detail is fantastic and they are certain to attract attention wherever they are placed.

In really excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation of condition.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 55 x Width 23 x Depth 23

Dimensions in inches:

Height 1 foot, 10 inches x Width 9 inches x Depth 9 inches

Elkington & Co
was a silver manufacturer from Birmingham, England.
The firm was founded by George Richards Elkington and his brother, Henry Elkington, in the 1830s. It operated under the name G. R. Elkington & Co. until 1842, when a third partner, Josiah Mason, joined the firm. It operated as Elkington, Mason, & Co. until 1861, when the partnership with Mason was terminated. The firm operated independently as Elkington & Co. from 1861 until 1963. It was then taken over by British Silverware, Ltd. In 1971 British Silverware, Ltd. became a subsidiary of Delta Metal Co. Ltd.

Over the course of history it became very successful and was one of the prime producers of silver plating. Elkington received various royal warrants of appointments. One of their most famous pieces is the electrotype copy of the Jerningham Wine Cooler, at the Victoria & Albert Museum.


W23.0 x H55.0 x D23.0 cm



Wear condition


Date of manufacture



19th Century


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