Marked by Paul Storr (English, 1771–1844)
Object Place: Europe, London, England
Overall: 23.9 x 12.8cm (9 7/16 x 5 1/16in.)
Medium or Technique
Alan and Simone Hartman Galleries (Gallery 241)
Each candlestick rests on a base composed of three cast crouching lion’s legs, with a cast palmette at the join. The shaft of the candlestick is molded as a tree trunk. The cast urn-shaped nozzle is embellished with foliage and is fitted with a removable gadrooned waxpan.
ARMORIALS: engraved on the underside of one foot on each candlestick, GB in cipher with a duke's coronet above.
INSCRIPTIONS: engraved on bezel of waxpan, "2", engraved on nozzle where waxpan sits, "2".
On underside of each base, maker's mark PS (Grimwade 2235)(repeated on bezel of each waxpan); lion passant (repeated on bezel of each waxpan); leopard's head crowned; date letter h (repeated on bezel of each waxpan); sovereign's head (repeated on bezel of each waxpan).
Sold Sotheby's, March 31, 1966, lot 111; S.J. Phillips, Ltd., London, purchased September 16, 1966, Theodora Wilbour Fund in Memory of Charlotte Beebe Wilbour.
(Accession Date: March 31, 1966)
Theodora Wilbour Fund in memory of Charlotte Beebe Wilbour