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Pair Of Cups, Bronze, Auguste Delafontaine, Circa 1850
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"Pair Of Cups, Bronze, Auguste Delafontaine, Circa 1850"
  • Pair of cups
  • Bronze
  • Maison Delafontaine (1813-1892), signed AD under the foot
  • Good condition, beautiful patina
  • France, circa 1850-1860
  • Pair of chiseled and patinated bronze cups from the mid-nineteenth century. trilobed cut and decorated with three cartridges of women lying in a landscape, antique spirit. In the center, a decoration of moresques.
  • Maison Delafontaine founded in the eighteenth century by Jean-Baptiste Delafontaine (1750-1820) is directed from 1818 to 1840 by Pierre-Maximilien Delafontaine (1777-1860), Auguste-Maximilien upto 1885. Delafontaine collaborates with the cabinetmaker Jacob-Desmalter for the completion of the bronzes of the Expiatory Chapel or the bronze decorations of the Palais du Louvre for King Charles X. He was also responsible for ornamental work in the royal palaces. Some lock entries of the Palais du Louvres are in its making. Subsequently, the house led by Auguste Delafontaine will be one of the competitors of the Barbedienne house by developing an art cast activity for artists such as Duret, Pradier, Barye ...
  • Price : 960 €
    Artist : Delafontaine
    Period:19th century
    Style:Napoleon 3rd
    Condition : Très bon état

    Material : Bronze
    Diameter : 19.4 cm
    Height : 17. cm

    Reference : 312805
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