"Pair Of "water Lilies" Sconces From The House Of Bagues - 20th Century"Sublime pair of sconces called "Water lilies" is a creation dating from the 1970s. It is in gilded metal with a single light in the center, like a flower bud emerging from the water.
Very beautiful and large leaves of water lilies make up the frame which corresponds to the dimensions of H: 12cm (without bulb) for a diameter of 70cm.
The Baguès house was created in 1840 in Auvergne by Noël Baguès. She then specialized in the creation and manufacture of liturgical bronzes. Thanks to the electricity which is generalized, Baguès launches in 1860 in the bronzes of lighting.
At the start of the 20th century, chandeliers were exported to London, Brussels, New York, Rome and even Cairo. Considerable success! In the 1920s, Baguès created his own models in fine ironwork: it was the birth of the collection with characteristic leaves and parrots.
Just as real water lilies are the main source of color on a pond or pond, this very beautiful pair of wall lights, with neat details, will highlight the room that will be reserved for it.
Among the many achievements of the Baguès house, the most prestigious hotels in the world, such as in Switzerland, Morocco, England, France, Spain, China, and many others, are veritable exhibition galleries. of his mythical works of art.