Metalware - Brass/Bronze

 

Wall Sconce 

Dutch, 1700-25

A nice, modest eye-catcher for your wall. The reflector is well decorated with repousee work from behind, embellished with punchwork on the front. Plain central. convex cartouche to increase the reflected light. Unusually, the sconces appear to be original. It worked well in its day, it works just as well today and will tomorrow as well!

$755

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xe573

 

Bed Warmer 

English, c. 1675

Folky decoration on the lid done with three circular punches and a bit of dash engraving. Typical English simplicity -- a Dutch brazier could not have restrained himself and would have done much more elaborate decoration. Forged iron handle with good hanging loop. Perfect for a simple country house and simple country folk!

$785

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xd524

 

Candlestick 

Flemish, (or English?), 1575-1625

Bronze candlesticks are rare. This one has an old, undisturbed surface that is beautiful to behold. Its stem is the Renaissance baluster that was revived in the early 18th century. Most of this form are Flemish, but this is of comparatively thin metal with no ejection holes and the measurements are in exact inches -- suggestions of a possible English origin. The collector it came from thought it was English.

$495

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xc992

 

Capstan Candlestick 

English,

A rare English capstan (most are Spanish or Dutch) with short, cast stem and spun brass base of typically English thin metal, hence the loss. Large ejector holes. (See Michaelis, Fig 62)

$395

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xc152

 

Heemskirk Candlestick 

Dutch, 1650-80

A nice example of a form that was very popular in the period. Nothing exceptional about it, but nothing wrong either. We don't have to apologize for being typical!

$315

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xb841

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