A Pair of Wall - Lights in Louis XVI Style. 19th century.

A Pair of Wall - Lights in Louis XVI Style. 19th century.

A Pair of Wall - Lights in Louis XVI Style. 19th century.

A Pair of Wall - Lights in Louis XVI Style.  19th century.
A Pair of Wall - Lights in Louis XVI Style.  19th century.
A Pair of Wall - Lights in Louis XVI Style.  19th century.
A Pair of Wall - Lights in Louis XVI Style.  19th century.
Reference 81
Height
65 cm
Width
30 cm
Depth
18 cm
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A pair of gilt bronze two light scones in Louis XVI style decorated with ram heads, parrots and mascarons. The base in shape of "thyrse à patine canon de fusil" is decorated with a laurel leaves frieze, a pine cone on the top. Each parrot holds in its beak a flower garland.

Design executed after a drawing by Jean-Louis Prieur (1732-1795). The drawing executed about 1780 is in the library of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.

Similar model at the Museum of Fontainebleau Castle and at the Cleveland Museum.

France.

About 1900.

Product Details

Reference 81
Height
65 cm
Width
30 cm
Depth
18 cm

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