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Faux-Guilloche Green & Ormolu Candlesticks

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$270.00

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Category:

Vanity, Perfume & Shaving

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Used

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More than a week ago

Item number:

239949630

Item description

For your perusal Product: Candlesticks/ Candelabra for vanity or dressing table, for office also Age: 1900-1940 - circa 1930s Style/ Period: Art Deco Status: Vintage Primary Material: Brass, ormolu, gilt, glass, enamel, silver Colour: Emerald Green / Ormolu Gilt for rims Quantity: Pair = 2 identical Country of origin: United Kingdom / England - from Birmigham likely Authenticity: Original Condition: In excellent vintage condition with signs of use and some age related tarnish and wear which enhances the patina and charm of this lovely pair wear commensurate with age and handling. This pair of Ormolu Candlesticks will make a perfect addition to any collection. Size: 5" inches tall Description: Vintage c1930 Art Deco pair of dressing table candlesticks with emerald green guilloche bases protected under glass. Enjoy! FYI THE GUILLOCHÉ ENAMELLING PROCESS It is a common mis-perception that the term guilloché refers to a TYPE of enamelling when the term actually refers to a PROCESS. Guilloché, phonetically pronounced gee-oh-SHAY, is from the French word meaning "engine turning". It simply means "engine turning patterns" and refers to an ornamental pattern. Guilloché patterns can be seen in neoclassic architecture and banknotes ( in an effort to deter forgery). The technique as it pertains to jewelry making involves carving a design into a base metal. Guilloché is a decorative engraving technique in which a very precise intricate repetitive pattern or design is mechanically engraved into an underlying material with fine detail. Specifically, it involves a technique of engine turning, called guilloché in French after the French engineer “Guillot”, who invented a machine. The technique was made famous by the Russian Jewelry Artist Peter Carl Fabergé in the 1900s. IF SHIPPING COSTS SEEM TO BE TOO HIGH, IT MIGHT BE A GLITCH. SO PLEASE SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE REAL AMOUNT.
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