An interesting matched pair of candlesticks: One made in 1712 by William Twell (7.4"/18.8cm high), the other 1730 by James Gould made to match, both engraved with the same family crest for Bolle alias Bolles originally of Bolle Hall and subsequently of Hough, Lincolnshire, impaling a sun in splendour. The first stick was made in London in 1712 of purer Britannia standard silver by William Twell was probably used as the casting pattern for the other-you can see where the old hallmarks have been filled- which was cast by the specialist Candlestick maker James Gould in 1730. They are engraved with original coat of arms.  they  weigh 28 troy ounces (871 grams).

Product Weight : 871g (28.00tr.oz)