Pair Of Candelabra Signed F.barbedienne XIXth flag

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"Pair Of Candelabra Signed F.barbedienne XIXth"
Pair of chiseled gilded bronze candelabra with three arms of light signed Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE** 19th century. Vase-shaped shaft resting on a fluted circular tripod base, ending in three small feet delicately carved with acanthus leaves. The three arms of light are decorated with sinuous foliage garlands connected to the shaft and form charms under each binet, the bobèches are in crystal. Original gilding "in its own juice" in good condition. (some signs of wear). Electrification in perfect condition. ** Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) Parisian founder, sculptor with his headquarters at 30 Boulevard Poissonière and his workshops at 63 rue de Lancry. participated in the Universal Exhibition in London by presenting a reduction of the doors of the baptistery of Florence by GHIBERTI in 1850, Maison BARBEDIENNE worked for the Emperor Napoleon III in particular for the Town Hall. Given its countless catalogs, the BARBEDIENNE Foundry was certainly the most prolific of all the French Houses of the second half of the 19th century.
Price: 2 150 €
Artist: Ferdinand Barbedienne(1810-1892)
Period: 19th century
Style: Napoleon 3rd
Condition: Good condition

Material: Bronze
Width: 27,5 cm
Height: 56,5 cm
Depth: 27,5 cm

Reference: 1339559
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