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Offering an outstanding Sterling silver trio of Candlesticks, crafted by S. Kirk & Son Co of Baltimore. Circa 1900. 1896-1924

In beautiful structural condition. The design is richly detailed. Two have the original bobeche, clearly marked by S Kirk & Son. One bobeche is slightly misshapen but is a simple task for a silversmith to straighten. Lavishly decorated with an array of flowers, grapes and leaves. Clearly stamped on each candlestick with: S Kirk & Son Co 925/1000. Measures 10 inches high.

From reviews.ebay.com: Baltimore's prominent silverware manufacturing company, Samuel Kirk & Son, began in 1815 when Philadelphia-trained Samuel Kirk finished his apprenticeship under James Howell and moved to Baltimore Maryland. Kirk was attracted by the prosperous port, opened his shop at 212 Market Street (later known as 106 Baltimore Street) with fellow silversmith, John Smith. After their partnership was dissolved in 1821, Samuel Kirk carried on alone until his eldest son, Henry Child Kirk, became a partner in 1846.

During these early days Kirk introduced to America the repousse treatment for silverware. The company grew and prospered greatly. In 1820 Maria Hester Monroe, daughter of President James Monroe, was married in the White House. She chose Kirk 'Mayflower' as her silverware pattern. During his 1824 tour of the United States, General Lafayette ordered a pair of goblets for his Baltimore host, David Williamson. Many of Maryland's prominent families, such as the Carrolls, the Ellicotts and the Ridgelys, were among Kirk's customers.

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1900s Sterling Repousse Candle Stick Set by S Kirk & Son of Baltimore

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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: sterling silver, sterling, silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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