Everyone always loves these hard to find 17th century bulbous-based pewter candlesticks from Portugal! They have a place in every collection of Americana, pewter and early lighting. This trio is 5" tall and make a collection all in themselves! They are in extremely good condition for being over 350 years old! If you look really closely at them, they each have a well-done repair at the waist. The patina is a soft grey...just like you want them. The bases are hollow...as they should be. I paid a lot to be able to offer them to you....so please don't ask for a discount. I have as small a mark-up as I can manage and they are a reasonable price for 3 matched circa 1650 pewter candlesticks! I will say that I've always seen these identified as Portuguese in all reference books but I saw a pair in the Victoria & Albert Museum labeled "Iberian". Iberia is the peninsula on which Spain & Portugal lie.