William IV Cut Glass Candlesticks
William IV Cut Glass Candlesticks William IV Cut Glass Candlesticks
William IV Cut Glass Candlesticks

William IV Cut Glass Candlesticks

  • This pair of William IV cut glass candlesticks is a rare example of English cut glass
  • Designed in a stunning Swirl pattern, the pair gives of an incredible play of light
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Item No. 30-7513
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This rare pair of William IV cut glass candlesticks is remarkable in each and every detail. The intricate Swirl pattern results in an incredible play of light. The candlesticks are truly dazzling in their design.

19th century

12" high x 5 3/4" diameter
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Period: 19th Century
Origin:England
Type:Candelabra/Candlesticks
Depth:5.75 Inches
Diameter:5.75 Inches
Width:5.75 Inches
Height:12.0 Inches
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