French Neoclassical Gilt and Enameled Two-Light Sconces

Second Half 19th Century

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2,500 USD

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Description

Neoclassical Beauty Collection.

A pair of blue enameled bronze and ormolu two-light sconces after a model by Gouthière.

  • Sold as a set of 2.
  • Each two-arm sconce features top and bottom acorn finials with acanthus leaves on the cobalt blue-colored central stem.
  • The stem is wrapped with berried laurel branches.
  • A maiden mask sits between the two scrolling and spiral fluted candle arms, with beaded bobeches and floral candle cups, terminating in horned rams heads and connected by a floral swag held aloft by lovebirds.
  • The original model is still currently on display at The Palace of Fontainebleau.
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Please be advised that not all lighting is in working condition unless otherwise stated. If electrical components are not in working condition upon receipt, we recommend that a qualified electrician reconnect all electrical products.

Dimensions
Height: 21 inches / 53.34 cm
Width: 11 inches / 27.94 cm
Depth: 4 inches / 10.16 cm
Materials
Bronze, Enamel, Gilt Bronze
Period
Louis XVI Style
Decorative Style
Neoclassical Style
Country of Origin
France
SKU

C854F

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