A PAIR OF FRENCH SILVER NINE-LIGHT CANDELABRA MARK OF G. KELLER, PARIS, CIRCA 1890 Each on circular base, with urn-form central standard and acanthus scroll supports, with eight leaf-clad branches and central light with urn-form sockets, each marked on base with the French standard Minerva mark and the number '1', denoting the standard of 950, which is the highest of standards, higher than the usual 925 Sterling Standard.
Solid silver, not weighted or filled. The weight of the pair is approx 12,500 Grams = 402 Troy Oz. 24 1/2" Tall x 18" Max. Arm Span. Diameter Of Base Is Approx 7".
Condition, Quality, Style & Maker Are All Of The Best.