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Le Verrier Candle Holder*
Unusual and rare seven branch bronze candle holder from Le Verrier – quite possibly a menorah.
Of an openwork foliate design supported on four similarly styled feet and with a central culumn featuring a rope pattern in repeating figures of eight.
An impressive centrepiece for a dinner table and looks equally stunning on a mantlepiece or sideboard.
Marked on the underside Le Verrier and Bronze. Approximately 50 cm long and just under 29 cm high. Made in the 1930’s.