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PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION

A set of four George III silver candlesticks, two Henry Hallsworth (Grimwage 1010) and two maker's mark HH unrecorded probably also Henry Hallsworth, London, 1774
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 10,000 GBP
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PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION

A set of four George III silver candlesticks, two Henry Hallsworth (Grimwage 1010) and two maker's mark HH unrecorded probably also Henry Hallsworth, London, 1774
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 10,000 GBP
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A set of four George III silver candlesticks, two Henry Hallsworth (Grimwage 1010) and two maker's mark HH unrecorded probably also Henry Hallsworth, London, 1774

cast, the nozzles and bases numbered 1 - 4, beaded borders


26.5cm, 10 1/4 in high
2823gr, 90oz 14dwt
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Catalogue Note

Henry Hallsworth's mark does not appear in the register of maker's marks at Goldsmiths' Hall but is presumably entered in the missing book c.1769 along with the other HH mark found on this lot. Hallsworth was apprenticed to the prolific candlestick maker William Cafe in 1762 and the hallmarks attributed to him appear on chambersticks and candlesticks from 1773 to 1780.

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