Candlestick (one of pair)
Designer: Christopher Dresser, 1834-1904
Manufacturer: probably Chubb & Co.
10 3/4 inches high
Brass and copper with fretted designs of Japanese inspiration
Illustrated in The Studio 15 (1899): 114, where "the manufacturer is named as Benham & Froud;" Currer-Briggs, whose work is based on extensive company archives, identifies the manufacturer as Chubb & Co., with whom Dressser was associated "during the days of the Art Furnisher's Alliance."
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