Rare, large 9-light silver candelabrum centrepiece by Gerald Benney

Rare, large 9-light silver candelabrum centrepiece by Gerald Benney

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6130

An impressive and unique silver nine-light candelabrum made by the prominent 20th century silversmith, Gerald Benney.

The silver candelabrum is formed as seven thistle stems converging to form a sphere of thorns, then spreading out to the nine nozzles in the shape of stylised thistle flowers, all set on a filled ring base. The drip-pans are removable to aid cleaning.

This item is the largest and heaviest piece of Benney silver known to exist.

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Dimensions:

Height 560 mm / 22 "
Width 450 mm / 17 "
Weight 6159 g (198.02 troy ozs)
Year

1976

Place

London

Condition

Excellent

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