Pair Of Chamber Candlesticks In Gilt Bronze With Mercury And Mother Of Pearl, End Of The Empire Period flag

Pair Of Chamber Candlesticks In Gilt Bronze With Mercury And Mother Of Pearl, End Of The Empire Period
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"Pair Of Chamber Candlesticks In Gilt Bronze With Mercury And Mother Of Pearl, End Of The Empire Period"
Pair of chiseled and gilded bronze bedroom candlesticks depicting a woman draped in the antique style with her arms crossed. It supports on its head decorated with a bun the binet of the candlestick and rests on a mother-of-pearl base engraved with a floral motif and surrounded by gilded bronze. Very beautiful object from the Empire period in excellent condition; the mother-of-pearl and gilded bronze objects are particularly refined. The fashion for mother-of-pearl mounted objects developed a lot at the end of the Empire, at the time when the Emperor wanted to favor indigenous materials that were not affected by the shortage of the blockade. A rare object, ideal to complete an Empire decoration as office furniture. good condition, mercury gilding evenly worn, a slit in the mother-of-pearl plate NB: we are also selling a paperweight in gilded bronze and mother-of-pearl which can form a very refined office garnish with the paperweight. Height: 21cm
Price : 1050 €
Period:19th century
Style:Consulat, Empire
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Bronze doré et nacre

Reference : 647284
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French Antiques - 18th to 20th century.
Pair Of Chamber Candlesticks In Gilt Bronze With Mercury And Mother Of Pearl, End Of The Empire Period
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