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GEORGE III Pair Sterling Silver Sunk Center Cast Candlesticks by Ebenezer Coker.

Extremely elegant pair of George III, sterling silver cast candlesticks with a sunk center to each base and detachable nozzels.

Made in London in 1764 by Ebenezer Coker.

Both square bases are engraved with a monogram of two slanting capital As conjoined at the top, with a Barons coronet above.

The full set of hallmarks are clearly struck on the rim of each base and a lion passant is struck on each sconce.

These cast, sunk center candlesticks are one of the most sought after styles of the mid-18th century. Their elegance and balance means that they blend well with any table setting. Ebenezer Coker was a specialist candlestick maker and any items made by him were always of a generous weight and excellent craftsmanship.

Height: 10 inches (25.4cm)

Diameter: 4 inches (10.16cm)

Weight: 42 troy ounces (1306 grams) pair.
Sterling silver
Excellent  with clear hallmarks