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PAIR Antique Courting Couple Brass Girandoles - Candelabra

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A PAIR of ornate antique cast brass girandoles with a courting couple theme. Different couple on each piece. Each brass candlestick is securely attached to a marble base and has three (3) candle cups. As evident in the pictures, the leaf-style bobeches have holes for hanging crystals, but crystals are not included.

These beauties are from the estate of former Blount County (Tennessee) mayor and former U.S. Attorney for East Tennessee, Jerry Cunningham. I was told that he is much-loved for his sense of humor and well-respected for his honor and integrity. It is my understanding that he left office a couple of years ago to enjoy time with his family. Now it can be your turn to enjoy them!

My local antiques appraiser described these girandoles as in "excellent condition." They are priced as he estimated them to sell at auction -- not in an antique shop. Just imagine them on your romantic Valentine table ...

Details:
Number 1 is 17.25" tall x 14.5" wide x 4.25" deep; 4" x 6" base
Number 2 is 16.5" tall x 15.5" wide x 4.25" deep

*** DUE TO WEIGHT, THIS PAIR WILL SHIP TO U.S. ADDRESS ONLY. Insurance is encouraged. If you need to know shipping estimate prior to purchase, please convo with zip code. Otherwise, please purchase the pair and then (once packed and weighed) you will receive an invoice for the EXACT AMOUNT of shipping.

PAIR Antique Courting Couple Brass Girandoles - Candelabra

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: cast brass, brass
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 79 reviews
  • Favorited by: 21 people