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Royal Doulton Candlesticks for Liberty*
Fine pair of Art Nouveau candlesticks made by Royal Doulton with additional silverwork by Grey & Co. of London.
These were made especially for Liberty’s and the silver, both around the foot rim and the candle holder, is hallmarked for 1903.
With a dark green, blue and yellowy-brown mottled colourway and a design of three stylised bud or spade shapes spaced around the widest part of the body, together with a series of raised dots which add to the detail.
Complete with the original removable silver sconces and marked beneath with the Royal Doulton factory mark together with the number 2472 and monogrammed initials.
The height is approximately 22 cm.