Pair Of Candlesticks Louis XVI Model Of The Castle Of Fontainebleau - Gilt Bronze At The Mercure flag

Pair Of Candlesticks Louis XVI Model Of The Castle Of Fontainebleau - Gilt Bronze At The Mercure
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"Pair Of Candlesticks Louis XVI Model Of The Castle Of Fontainebleau - Gilt Bronze At The Mercure"
Pair of gilt bronze candlesticks, late Louis XVI or early Empire period. Our candlesticks are identical to the model exhibited at the castle of Fontainebleau and listed in the book by Jean-Pierre Samoyault Pendulums and bronzes d'ameublement entered under the first Empire, number 148. A pair of identical candlesticks was in 1807 in the room of the Marechale Duroc. This model is distinguished by their great sobriety as well as an excellent quality of execution. Acanthus-leaf base, row of pearls, was fluted with a quiver. They are composed of 7 independent pieces (sign of the quality of the model), entirely in mercury gilt bronze in matt and shiny (bronze only, no brass parts). Beautiful collector's item ideal for Empire or Louis XVI decor. We have a second pair of a model very close (the number 148 in the book) with some minor variations of decor, which is ready to form a set of 4 very good condition, gilding of slightly attenuated origin but still there , the ruffle of a slightly twisted bobbin. Height 25cm
Price:1600 €
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 16th, Directory
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Bronze doré
Height : 25cm
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