Candlesticks are hard to find in a 19th C English Imari pattern. This pair is marked only with the pattern number hand painted in red. The number is either 899 or 668.
One Candlestick is about 6-3/4" high. Its mate is about 6-1/2" high. The hand painted "Japan Pattern" is done in a rather slap-dash manner.
Condition: The larger candlestick has no chips or cracks. It has wear to the gilding at the base. The smaller candlestick has the same wear to the gilding at the base, and also has a 2" crack at the base. (See photos.)
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