An 18th or 17th century cast brass Scottish chamberstick. The chamberstick is of a pierced heart form, both on the base and the top of the handle. It is inscribed Luckin Booth, Edinburgh, 1703. It is with sconce and long strap handle, inscribed Luckin Booth, Edinburgh, 1703. It is 23.5 cm. long and 8.5cm. wide. It is 5 cm. tall and weighs 250 grams.
A 19th century Scottish solid brass chamberstick. The chamberstick and its candle holder are in the form of a Scottish thistle. The tray is also decorated with the thistle form. The chamberstick max length is 10.5 cm, it is 5 cm tall and it weighs 230 grams
A 19th century Scottish sterling chamberstick. The chamberstick is of a circular form with naturalistic ridges in a spiral around the central candle holder. The removable bobeche is of the same form as the handle. The chamberstick is an early arts and crafts sterling silver by the Edinburgh silversmiths Hamilton & Inches in 1888. It has the castle and thistle marks for sterling and the assay, the year, and the makers mark. The diameter of the chamberstick is 12.8cm, the height is 7cm and it weighs 130 grams.
An 1838 Scottish Glasgow sterling chamberstick. The chamberstick is completely covered with an arabesque decoration with an egg and dart decoration on the rim. The reeded finger holder has thumb rest which is monogramed with a cartouche framed with a laurel wreath. The removable sconce is in the form of an open flower. The conical snuffer with a ball finial and a reeded edge is also decorated in the same style and is attached by the original silver link chain. Marks for Glasgow 1838, (the letter T) and RG & S for Robert Grey & Sons are on the sconce and chamberstick, the snuffer has the same marks but no letter date. The chamberstick width (including the handle) is 12.5 cm, its height is 7.5 cm. It weighs 125 grams
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