Pair of George Shiebler Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Candlesticks, New York, c. 1900, each sconce in the form of a chrysanthemum blossom raised on a baluster stem with acid-etched name "Graydene" encircled by scrolling flower stems and buds, all on a floriform weighted foot, ht. 15 in.
Each with foot rim bent in areas (one slightly larger area) though fairly unobtrusive from exterior. Otherwise each with light surface wear, a few very small pinprick dents to stem, and wax build-up to sconce.
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