A Pair of French Neo Classical Gilt bronze Four Light Candelabra

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  • Pair of late 19th-century neoclassical ormolu gold and white marble candelabra
  • Each with four arms issuing from gilt bronze carnation flowers
  • Raised on classical white marble bodies with classical gilt bronze mounts
  • Rams heads symbolise creativity, imagination, and vitality, along with the energy to act upon an initiative
  • The pure white marble bodies most probably come from Carrara in Tuscany, Italy
  • The flat areas of gilding have a slight ripple to the surface, this is only achieved through burnishing.
  • White and gold were particularly admired for their ‘purity’
  • 16.5inches (42cm) high x 10 inches (25.3 cm) wide; base: 3.5 inches (8.8cm) square

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A pair of 19th century pure white marble and gilt bronze mounted candelabra. Candelabras such as these would have been made for the grand French Château‘s and city apartments alike.

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SKU: 17080 Category: Tag:

Financing is available on request via Art Money.


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