Pair of German Sterling Silver Five-Light Candelabra, C.1920

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Pair of German Sterling Silver Five-Light Candelabra, probably Josef Pauser, Schwabisch Gmund, Koch & Bergfeld, Bremen, C.1920. The Candelabra each with four double scroll branches extending from a central stem light, the cups of paneled baluster form with detachable plain drip pans, the stem conforming in design. All on raised moulded paneled loaded base. Marked 925 Handwork JP within dotted circle, crescent and moon marks for Germany. Height: 9.25 inches. Breadth: 13.25 inchers. Diameter base: 5 inches

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Pair of German Sterling Silver Five-Light Candelabra, probably Josef Pauser, Schwabisch Gmund, Koch & Bergfeld, Bremen, C.1920. The Candelabra each with four double scroll branches extending from a central stem light, the cups of paneled baluster form with detachable plain drip pans, the stem conforming in design. All on raised moulded paneled loaded base. Marked 925 Handwork JP within dotted circle, crescent and moon marks for Germany. Height: 9.25 inches. Breadth: 13.25 inchers. Diameter base: 5 inches

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