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Candelabrum

A work made of derbyshire fluorspar and gilt bronze with tortoiseshell veneered wood.
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  • A work made of derbyshire fluorspar and gilt bronze with tortoiseshell veneered wood.

Date:

c. 1770

Artist:

Made by Matthew Boulton
English, 1728-1809
and John Fothergill
English, 1728-1782
Probably designed by Sir William Chambers
English, born Sweden, 1723-1796
Birmingham, England

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Applied Arts of Europe

Artist

Matthew Boulton

Title

Candelabrum

Place

Birmingham (Object made in)

Date

1765–1775

Medium

Derbyshire fluorspar and gilt bronze with tortoiseshell veneered wood

Dimensions

49.5 × 66 cm (19 1/2 × 26 in.)

Credit Line

Purchased with funds provided by Mrs. Medard W. Welch

Reference Number

1969.233

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