SOLD! for $145.00.
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- Low Estimate: $150.00
- High Estimate: $250.00
- Realized: $145.00
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Pair of Meissen style or Dresden style porcelain figural five-arm candelabra, well modelled as a courting couple with man and lady each standing against a tree, their feet resting on quadruped bases decorated with both applied and hand painted flowers. The two arm sections are removable and are gilded and encrusted with relief molded flowers. Blue underglaze beehive mark or shield mark on bases. 16-1/4". Continental, late 19th century. Condition: Female figure: overall very good condition with part of one leaf on tree/stem broken, light wear. Man figure: two leaves with partial losses on tree/stem. Two arms and some floral decoration on arms broken and reglued. Both with some candle wax residue and a painted band at top of tree/stems indicating possible overpainting or repair.