Frantz Peter Bunsen

Frantz Peter Bunsen, German silversmith. Working in Hanover circa 1760.

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Frantz Peter Bunsen

Frantz Peter Bunsen, German silversmith. Working in Hanover circa 1760.

  • Circa 1760

    Frantz Peter Bunsen

    9944 German Antique Silver Candlesticks


    A stunning pair of antique silver candlesticks in the plain style typical of the George II period. Very heavy quality. The classic design incorporates square bases with fluted corners, baluster stems and octagonal vase sconces. Weight 905 grams, 29 troy ounces. Height 20.5cm. Width of base 12cm. German silver marks for the town of Hanover. Maker Frantz Peter Bunsen. Date letter E, circa 1760.

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