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  • Pair of English Silver Chambersticks with
    Snuffers, London, 1786, John Crouch I & Thomas Hannam, makers, the candleholders with rubbed heraldic engraving to round underplates, urn-form candle cup, and horn-form snuffers, ... [more like this]
  • English silver chamberstick with snuffer,
    1777-1778, bearing the touch of Makepeace & Carter, 5 1/4" dia., together with a scissor snuffer, 1828-1829 by Thomas Robins, 6" l., 12.2 ozt. ... [more like this]
  • An English Silver Chamberstick: An English
    Silver Chamberstick. Ellis Jacob Greenberg, London, 1928. hallmarked for Sterling on drip pan and snuffer. 5 ozt 11 dwts. Height 6 1/4 inches.  . . Condition . For condition ... [more like this]
  • A George III English Sterling Chamberstick,
    Snuffer & Wick Trimmer, the stick and snuffer with London marks for 1815 and maker's mark for Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnard, the snuffer and candle cup bobeche both engraved ... [more like this]
  • ENGLISH SILVER CHAMBERSTICK Date code for
    1805, London, maker's mark for Richard Cooke; the later conical snuffer, 1845, Sheffield, Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co., the urn-form candleholder with gadrooned lower section on ... [more like this]
  • English Victorian Sterling Hallmarked Inkstand:
    Antique English Victorian sterling inkstand with 2 sterling & cut glass inkwells and center sterling chamberstick with snuffer. Hallmarked Joseph & John Angell, London with ... [more like this]
  • English Silver Chamberstick London, 1746,
    scalloped shell border, unmarked matching bobeche, partial mark, heraldic device, later unmarked snuffer, .925 fine, 12.69 oz.T., 4 x 6-3/4 x 5-1/2 in., ... [more like this]
  • *An English Silver Chamberstick London 1762
    of scalloped form with gadrooned edges raised on shell feet and retaining snuffer; approximate weight 14.03 ozt. Height 4 1/4 inches. ... [more like this]
  • An English Silver Chamberstick Likely Richard
    Rugg I London 1775 of circular with gadrooned edges monogramed with a crest the snuffer being associated with rubbed hallmarks; approximate total weight 7.30 ozt. Height 3 ... [more like this]
  • George II English Silver Chamberstick: London,
    1744, round base with scroll handle,  heraldic device on thumb and snuffer, marks for James Gould, . 925 fine,  12. 31 oz. T. ,  4 in. , Provenance: Property from an Important ... [more like this]
  • George III English Silver Chamberstick:
    London, 1817, rectangular with gadroon border, snuffer,  no monogram, marks for Solomon Hougham, Solomon Royes & John East Dix, . 925 fine, 9. 96 oz. T. ,  4-1/2 x 5-1/2 ... [more like this]
  • English Sterling Silver Tableware: English
    sterling silver tableware to include a chamberstick (missing snuffer) 2. 5"h x 5"dia, small dishes, master salts, wine label etc. 25 total troy oz. ... [more like this]
  • Small Group of Hollowware, a pair of Carrington
    & Co. silver-plated chambersticks with conical snuffers, a pair of English sterling-mounted wine coasters, and two English sterling salvers, the smaller with marks for Birmingham, ... [more like this]
  • Small Group of English and French Silver
    and Silver-plated Tableware, a silver-plated chamberstick with snuffer, likely Mappin Bros., a likely French silver wine taster, lacking visible hallmarks, and a pair of silver ... [more like this]
  • A group of English silver table articles Comprising:
    chamberstick, Joseph Angell, London, 1815, with crest (snuffer associated), length 6 1/2in.; salt cellar, John Woodward, London, 1770, height 1 3/4in.; small toast rack, Asprey ... [more like this]
  • An English Sterling Silver Chamberstick,
    Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield, 1838-39, plain with shaped circular rims, fluted nozzle, the snuffer with matching marks, height 4 1/4 in., width 6 3/8 in, weight 9.20 troy ... [more like this]
  • Two English Silver Wax Seal Chambersticks
    comprising an example by Thomas & John Settle Sheffield 1819 repousse foliate decoration and a curved handle with leaves and an example by Yapp & Woodward Birmingham 1851 ... [more like this]
  • FOUR PIECES IRISH SILVER HOLLOWARE; Cushion
    shaped footed cream and sugar service with vertical flutes, incised scroll reserves and quilting, Dublin, 1790, indistinct maker; Rectangular wasted creamer on ball feet, ... [more like this]

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