A pair of Mid Century pewter taper candlesticks, made by SKS of Germany. They're 7 inches tall with embossed grape clusters and vines ringing the bases. Each has the engraved date 1836 below the grapes in the front. I have no idea what the significance of the date is, but the company made a series of products with the same date and grape decoration, so it must be some type of commemorative reproduction. They have a hand wrought, somewhat Colonial appearance.
The candlesticks are surprisingly heavy for their size. The rims of the cups are quite soft and have a few minor dings, nothing really noticeable and easily pushed back in place if desired. The last photo shows the SKS Zinn (pewter) mark, looking straight down inside the candle cup.
Germany SKS Zinn Pewter Grapes Candlesticks