A pair of repousse Sterling silver candlesticks made by Thomas Bradbury and Sons in Sheffield, England in 1909. Thomas Bradbury and Sons began operation in 1831, later became Thomas Bradbury and Sons, LTD, and the company was sold to Atkin Brothers in 1943. The Bradbury name is synomous with fine silver, particularly cutlery. These weighted and faintly monogrammed candlesticks are in good condition, having survived being banged around. There are dents,bends, pings, small holes, and areas of separation, much of which can be seen in the photos. Most of this damage is in and around the edge of the base, and is only noticeable on very close inspection. That said, the candlesticks are very attractive, fully hallmarked, retain their original bobeches, and stand straight on their felt covered bases. They are a desirable height of 9 inches.