"French Louis XVI Pair Of Chiseled Putti Gilt-bronze Candlesticks Converted In Table-lamps"
French Louis XVI Pair of Chiseled Putti Gilt-Bronze Candlesticks Converted in Table-Lamps Circa 1820.
A lovely and elegant pair of small cast bronze candlesticks, finely and beautifully chased and gilded, richly modelled with motifs, in the neoclassical Louis XVI ornamental repertoire. In the center of the summer, there are three busts of children holding hands.
Beautiful French work in the Louis XVI style manufactured circa 1820, after the torches created by Aurele Meissonnier.
The model of these candlesticks would have been drawn by Juste-Aurele Meissonnier.
Measurements: Candlestick without lampshade height 8.26 In.
Candlestick with lampshade height 16.92 In. - Diameter lampshade 11.81 In.
Our torches have been converted as table-lamps and receive very nice new shaped lampshades in beige-colored silk, changing with the lighting and gold interior.
The candlesticks professionally wired for electricity. Overall good condition with minor wear to gilded surfaces. Silk lampshades are new.