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A fine pair of George II cast Candlesticks made in London in 1742 by William Gould.


The Candlesticks are cast and have shaped bases with a sunken circular well, decorated with reeding. The baluster faceted stems, and spool shaped sockets, are also decorated with reeded bands. The bases are very well marked and the candlesticks have a good colour and weight. William Gould was apprentice to his brother James Gould, also a specialist candlestick maker. His most famous work is the great Knesworth Chandelier in the Fishmongers Company, which is dated 1752.

Height: 6.5 inches, 16.25cm.

Base Diameter: 4.2 inches, 10.5cm.

Weight: 24oz in Weight.