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A very fine George III Chamber Candlestick made in London in 1807 by William Stroud.


The Chamberstick has a circular base with raised rim decorated with gadrooning. The central shaft rises to a tulip shaped socket with detachable nozzle, also decorated with gadrooning. The conical extinguisher terminates in an acorn finial and has a gadrooned base. The handle has an applied thumb piece decorated with leaf capping. The Chamberstick is in excellent condition and is fully marked on all three sections. The base is engraved with a contemporary Crest, as is the nozzle. William Stroud made outstanding Chambersticks and we have offered a number of them over the years.

Height: 3.8 inches, 9.5cm.

Base Diameter: 5.8 inches, 14.5cm.

Weight: 14oz.