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A small sterling chamberstick made by Dominic and Half in New York with a date ark of 1889. The company began as the successor to William Gale and Co. in 1867 and continued production of silver until 1928. They were known for the manufacture of a variety of small silver items. The handled chamberstick has impressive features such as a pierced gallery, beaded edge top, and ball feet. It has a scripted monogram on the side of the candleholder that is barely visible. It is in excellent condition with the exception of a push up bump in the well as can be seen in the photos. It measures 5"wide including handle or 3.75"wide excluding handle and 3"high. Weighs 4 ounces.
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19th c. American Sterling Chamberstick
$195 USD SOLD
Furniture, Art, Silver, Accessories
Fine 18th and 19th century American and European Antiques