"Pierre Philippe Thomire (attributed)"Pierre Philippe THOMIRE (attributed) Pair of bronze candelabra with brown and golden patina Lot description Pierre Philippe THOMIRE Pair of bronze candelabra with brown and golden patina, the central column column with fluted barrel and Corinthian capital supporting four sconces and a central pinnacle. It rests on three hock feet with lions' legs, and a concave plinth decorated with palm leaf friezes in base bronze. Attributed to "Pierre Philippe Thomire in Paris" H: 60cm diameter 20 cm (we point out a small lack, golden frieze below a pilasters which supports a bobèche, they will be redone at the expense of the gallery of Cicco) Model to be compared to the copy kept at the Grand Trianon in Versailles. Reproduced in: Vergoldete Bronzen, Hans Otoomeyer / Peter Pröschel, Klinkhardt & Biermann ed., P 393, Point of view: the quality of the carving, nervousness of the bronze, all these little details that make the empire support no defects. Lets us think unequivocally that our candelabras could come from the workshops of Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1757-1843) Received master founder on May 18, 1772, he is the most important Parisian bronzier of the last quarter of the 18th century and the first decades of the following century .