December 7, 05:45 PM GMT
20,000 - 40,000 GBP
A pair of George III carved giltwood torcheres by Mayhew and Ince, 1772, possibly to a design by Robert Adam
each with a circular dished top within a moulded and fluted and a ribbon-carved border with entrelac frieze and three naturalistically carved ram's heads, on outswept square beaded supports headed with husk swags and entwined with a snake, the legs with Greek-key pattern terminals, joined by concave fluted stretchers, on later bun feet, the tops numbered II and III, re-gilt
142cm. high, 63cm. wide; 4ft. 8in., 1ft.¾in.