Lovely silver candlestick decorated with a engine turned guilloche pattern covered in light blue enamel on the top surface of the base. Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1928 made by Aaron Lufkin Dennison.
Silver and enamel candlestick Birmingham 1928
Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1928 made by Aaron Lufkin Dennison.
The guilloche pattern under the enamel is of delicate concentric wavy lines. The candlestick has a wooden insert into the underside of the base for stability and strength. In overall good antique condition the enamel appears to be in excellent condition.
It measures approx 8.5 cms high and 7 cms across the base. The hallmarks are clear, the sponsors mark is a bit rubbed.