Royal Worcester Rare Antique Hadley Candelabra Blush Ivory Candle Holder C.1890
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Royal Worcester Rare Antique Hadley Candelabra Blush Ivory Candle Holder C.1890:
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Royal Worcester Signed Hadley Candelabra Rare Blush Ivory Candle Holder c.1890
Rare Royal Worcester twin branch candelabra. Made in England in 1890. Wonderfully hand painted with gold painted details and well glazed. Depicts a lady seated on a tree with the branches formed as candle holders. Signed with a Hadley impressed mark to the side. Marked with the 19th century backstamp (letter a), number 1125, initials FH as well as other marking under the base (please examine the photos).
One of the scones has been broken off and reglued (not very well). Otherwise in excellent original condition with no chips, no cracks, no restorations. Excellent display and a worth while restoration project for a rare antique figure.
Height: about 21.5cm (about 8 1/2")
Lenght (from scone to scone): about 19.5cm (about 7 3/4")
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