William IV Sterling Silver Chamberstick Sheffield 1838


Product Code:JED910

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Heading : Late Georgian chamberstick 
Date : Hallmarked in Sheffield in1838 for Thomas Bradbury and Sons 
Period : William IV
Origin : Sheffield. England

Decoration : Chased and repousse decoration to the rim and and engraved crest. Looped handle with snuffer an detachable sconce
Size :  Height Approx 10.5 cm. base diameter 15.7 cm
Condition : Excellent
Restoration : None
Weight :  280g ( 9.00 troy)

This immediately brings to mind of Ebenezer Scrooge. If you are worried about festive spectral visitations then perhaps this is an item best avoided. Although. given Scrooge is the world’s most famous spendthrift. he would probably have gone for a more simple pewter example. Many of us focus more on bottled spirits at Christmas.

Additional information

Weight500 g


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