Back to list  Next lot

Lot 1001 (Fine Art & Antiques, 14th September 2019)

Sold for £580

Lot details

A pair of 19th century Meissen porcelain figural candelabra, modelled as Ganymede and Hebe, each standing against palm fronds and a gilded eagle, dressed in loose classical robes, decorated in turquoise, puce and gilt tones, standing on a beaded circular base, factory crossed sword marks to base and model No.K49/50, h.38cm

Condition report

One candle arm poorly restored.

Some minor losses to fruiting vines on both candle arms.

Some losses to flowers around bases.

Otherwise both appear good.

Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.


How to bid

You can bid through our website or email commission bids to (include your full contact details, lot number and bid amount). Telephone bids can be booked for lots with an estimate of £300+, please call our offices to arrange this.

You can also register and bid live while the auction is taking place through our LSKlive portal (3% plus VAT surcharge applies) which becomes available half an hour before the auction is due to start.  This  platform uses technology and is completely secure.  Once you have registered your details through our website, you won't need to re-register for future sales - just sign in and start bidding!  Please note that if you register for our auction on first, then you will be liable for their 4.95% plus VAT fee instead of our 3% (plus VAT) fee.

Of course, you are also very welcome to come along on the day!  We are located in the heart of beautiful Bury St Edmunds and have our own car park.  


Most Mainland UK parcels can be sent in-house for our flat standard rate of £18 for up to 3 lots and £1.50 per lot thereafter.  European shipping rates and further details can be found here.

For outside of Europe, large or high value lots we recommend MailBoxes (details will be sent along with your invoice). If you choose an alternative courier we can pack for £8 per parcel.