This silver-plated candelabra, with its baroque-style moulding, seems somewhat out of place amidst the sleek, utilitarian designs of Goldfinger’s modernist home. A family heirloom passed down the generations, it is a tangible reminder of Goldfinger’s old world Hungarian roots, but it also anticipates contemporary interior decorating practice in mixing the old with the new.
A pair of silver plated baroque 6 branch candlesticks, probably from Hungaria. Each moulded with a central holder surrounded by a further five holders mounted on arms moulded with scrolling foliage. Issuing from a flared base also profusely moulded with scrolling foliage and cabochons. Infilled to the underside with lead, and bearing hallmarks to the plate.