Pair of Candelabras, Bruckmann & Sohne Heilbronn, Germany, Late 19th Century
A Pair of Candelabras
A pair of candelabras Heilbronn, Germany, late 19th century, after 1886. Silversmith: Bruckmann & Sohne, Silver 800
A pair of late 19th century silver 800, candelabras by the renowned German silver company Bruckmann & Sohne from Heilbronn. The pair is crafted in the Rococo style. Each candelabrum has a domed round-shaped two-stepped base that is supported by three scrolled feet. The base is extensively decorated with floral motifs, including roses and leaves, scrolls, fretted ornaments and three cartouches. Floral Rococo patterns and cartouches as the base. a S-shaped horizontally aligned foliate branches. higher branch positioned of smaller C-shaped scrolls extends vertically. The work that stands out for its repousse and detailed chiseling ki work. Both pieces are hallmarked on the base with the following five marks: 1. maker’s mark for Bruckmann & SOhne, 2. standard quality mark for silver 800, 3. crescent moon and 4. crown for German silver and 5. an hexagonal star for the merchant E. Goldschmidt. Overall good condition.
About the silver company:
The “Silberwarenfabrik Peter Bruckmann & SOhne” is one of the oldest and most renowned silver manufactories of Germany. It was founded in 1805 by Georg Peter Bruckmann, 1778-1850 in Heilbronn a south-western town of Germany. In 1898, the firm employed about six-hundred-and-fifty workers. Bruckmann & Saline participated in many national and international exhibitions, such as the 1873 Vienna exhibition, the 1885 Nuremberg exhibition received a Gold Medal, the 1896 Stuttgart exhibition and the 1900 Paris exhibition, in which they presented the famous silver-cast fountain The German music after a design of Otto Rieth 1858-1911.
Creator: Bruckmann & Söhne
Date: 19th Century
Size:H 20.48 in. x Dm 12.6 in., H 52 cm x Dm 32 cm
Place of Origin: Germany
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