A stunning pair of Elizabeth II silver gilt candelabrum depicting summer and spring. They were made by Mappin and Webb in London in 1972, both are hallmarked on each individual piece. Spring has a girl watering the land and summer has a man selling bunches of flowers. They are solid silver and NOT filled, each one weighs 1.4kg. They have removable sconces and can be dismantled for cleaning, the twin arm can be removed to make individual candle sticks. The workmanship is extraordinary. Would look incredable on a table or side board.
WEIGHT; 1408grams or 46ozst each.