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A pair of Russian gilt-bronze and cut-glass candelabra attributed to Andrei Schreiber, from the Imperial Glass Manufactory, St Petersburg

circa 1825

Estimate
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249
A pair of Russian gilt-bronze and cut-glass candelabra attributed to Andrei Schreiber, from the Imperial Glass Manufactory, St Petersburg

circa 1825

Estimate
18,00025,000
LOT SOLD. 48,000 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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A pair of Russian gilt-bronze and cut-glass candelabra attributed to Andrei Schreiber, from the Imperial Glass Manufactory, St Petersburg

circa 1825

each with three scrolled candlearms emanating from a facetted globe surmounted by a further candle-nozzle on a flaring baluster stem on a circular socle and square base, the glass carved with geometric and elliptical motifs
each 70cm. high; 2ft. 3½in.
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Catalogue Note

Comparative Literature:
Igor Sychev, Russian Bronze, Moscow, 2003, p. 124, illustrates a very similar pair of candelabra attributed to A.Schreiber, circa 1824-reproduced here in fig.1.

For further information on A. Schreiber see the footnote to lot 220.

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