Impressive pair of English Edwardian Period Sterling candelabra, dated 1898-1900 and 1911-1912. The pair are in excellent condition, with only minor wear and dings as age appropriate. No repairs are evidentThe candelabra were made by The Sheffield silversmithing firm of Thomas Bradbury and Sons, a company whose origin is the early 18th century. They are one of the most respected names in English silver. The candelabra are in the George II style each with a baluster standard and in two sections. Each has its original bobeches and there are a total number of twenty sterling hallmarks. The provenance of the candelabra is the Lloyd Flatt Collection and they were bought from A. Bloom, the Silver Vaults, London. They measure 18"high X 16"wide.