A Victorian turned oak candlestick, North Yorkshire, circa 1867

A Victorian turned oak candlestick, North Yorkshire, circa 1867

£165
Reference

3725

With waisted socket, stepped pillar stem and domed deeply turned circular base.

Provenance:
A handwritten paper label to the underside reads 'Made & polished by Henry N. Shore at Langton Hall, Yorks, Feb. 1867 from bog oak dug up in a field near Bramper Farm, and given to Carry(?), who gave it back to me many years after'.

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Dimensions:

Height 21.5 cm / 8 "
Diameter 9.8 cm / 4"