Antique Dutch Late 16th Century Heemskirk Candlestick.


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The copper alloy stick cast in two pieces. The round profiled base with the lower part of the baluster shaped stem  and the drip-pan with profiles on the bottom. The top with the upper part of the stem with the cylindric nozzle with two holes. The stem repeats the decoration from the lower part.  The upper part of the stem has a pin, which is connected through the under part with the base. The bottom of the base with the turning circles.

Literature : 

Onno ter Kuile. Koper & Brons Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.  Page 107, photo 147 for simular piece.

Christopher Bangs – The Lear Collection,  Page 260, photo 58  for simular piece.

 

The Netherlands, 

late 16th / early 17th century.

 

Height:         21,5 cm      ( 8,5 inches.)

Diam. base :    10,7 cm.     ( 4,2 inches.)

Weight :           1390 Grams 

 

Material
Brass
Weight
1390 gr
Dimensions
21.5 cm
Reference
B.176
Price
Price on request
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