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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

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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

Estimation
18 00025 000
Lot. Vendu 48,000 GBP (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU 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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Description

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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