Silver Candelabra

Antique candelabra add a degree of luxury and timeless class to any interior, whether traditional or contemporary, and silver candelabra do so with a particular elegance all their own. Silver candelabra are typically wrought from one of three materials: pure silver, silver-plate, or silvered bronze, each material offering its own unique charm and characteristics.

Mayfair Gallery offers an excellent selection of silver candelabra, with our collection including large and exceptional silvered bronze pieces as well as more delicate pairs crafted from Sterling silver, in all styles between the French Rococo and the English Edwardian. Browse our collection below to find the silver candelabra best suited to your interior.

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Style
  1. Neoclassical 3
  2. 20th and 21st Century Design 2
  3. Animal / Animalier 2
  4. Contemporary 2
  5. Abstract 2
  6. Louis XVI 1
  7. Rococo 1
  8. Renaissance 1
  9. Religious 1
  10. Régence 1
  11. Figurative Art 1
  12. Islamic 1
  13. Gothic 1
  14. Empire 1
  15. Christian 1
  16. Biblical 1
  17. Belle Époque 1
  18. Arabesque 1
  19. Victorian 1
Material
  1. Silver 6
  2. Rock Crystal 3
  3. Silvered bronze 3
  4. Brass 2
  5. Crystal 2
  6. Sterling Silver 2
  7. Gold 1
  8. Hardwood 1
  9. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 1
  10. Silver-plate 1
Colour
  1. Silver 9
  2. Clear 3
  3. Gold 3
  4. Metallic 3
Country Of Origin
  1. French 4
  2. Continental 3
  3. British 2
  4. English 2
  5. German 1
  6. Syrian 1
Period
  1. 19th Century 6
  2. 21st Century 2
  3. 18th Century and Earlier 1
  4. Early 19th Century 1
  5. Late 19th Century 1
  6. Early 20th Century 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Aucoc, André (French, 1856-1911) 1
  2. Christofle (French, active from 1830) 1
  3. de Quin, Rebecca (British, contemporary) 1
  4. Dellevie, Hans G. (German, fl. early 19th Century) 1
  5. Elkington & Co. (British, founded 1830s) 1
  6. Hessenberg, Wilhelm C. (German, fl. early 19th Century) 1