Large Antique Dutch 17th Century Heemskerk Candlestick. SOLD


The brass stick cast in four pieces. The round profiled base; the lower part of the stem with two ribs and between is a baluster with profiled rim.; the drip-pan; 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.
Literature:
Onno ter Kuile. Koper & Brons Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Page 108, photo 149 for simular piece.
Christopher Bangs – The Lear Collection,. Page 260, photo 64 for simular piece.

The Netherlands,
Mid 17th century.

Height:         26,2 cm. (10,3 inches.)
Diam. Base: 11,8 cm. (4,7 inches.)
Weight :       1.577 grams    


Material
Brass
Weight
1577 gr
Reference
B.769
Price
sold
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