The brass candlestick is cast in two pieces. The socket still of a conventional gothic integral-drip base form, with a round moulding at the raised rim, tapering sides and an angled moulding at the bottom. The rectangular apertures replaced in the lower half of the socket. The to the base joined shaft, decorated above the base with a wide discoid knop, two pear-shaped knops separated with a wide discoid knop and an a third wide discoid knop under the pierced tapering nozzle, archieving a pleasant symmetry. The stam is never separated from the base. No restaurations.
The Lear Collection – Christopher Bangs Photo number 27.
Noordbrabants Museum : Karel Azijnman - een eigenzinnig verzamelaar. Nm.115
Thuis in de late Middeleeuwen. Exhibition Overijssels Museum 1980. Pag.163 – Nm 269
Period : Transition Gothic & Renaissance,
Flemish, circa 1500.
Height : 25 cm . ( 9.9 inches. )
Diam. base: 12.2 cm. ( 4.8 inches. )