A Pair of George III Gilt-Bronze and Pink Enemal Covered Urns Forming Candlesticks
The reversible lids with a leaf-cast finial and foliage, the baluster drip-pan ornamented with foliage and with fluted decoration, the ovoid Pink Enemal body ornamented with swags, on a leaf- cast socle and square base with floral garlands, on ball feet.
England, circa 1775.
Height: 8 ¹⁄₅ in. (21 cm)
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