Lot 41    

Pair of Dutch Baroque-style Brass Two-tier Chandeliers,
2009, Fall Fine and Decorative Art, Oct 2 & 3
Continental, 20th century. Two Dutch Baroque-style brass twelve-light chandeliers, having turned and spherical standard fitted with S-scroll arms above ball pendants, crowned with brass Dutch-style figures; ht. 38, dia. 30 in. plus 14 in. original chain.

Old wiring and rewiring.
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Duesbury Derby Sugar Bowl and Cream Pitcher,
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Elmer Crowell Carved Swordfish Bill,
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