Pair of Gilded Bronze Candlesticks, Louis XVI style - 2nd half XIXth century

19th century
Louis XVI
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From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Elegant pair of Candelabras in gilded bronze and marble, with 5 lights and dating from the 19th century.
    Overhung by a central candlestick, four arms of light decorated with scrolls, come to support candlesticks with beautifully worked bobèches. The marble shaft, cylindrical in shape, is fitted with flutes and ends with a bronze collar in the shape of a laurel wreath. The whole rests on a square molded marble base.
    The ornamentation of these gilded candelabras will undoubtedly enhance your decoration and add a sumptuous touch to your reception table.
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    Period : 2nd half of XIXth century
    Very good condition.
    Possible shipping by Colissimo with careful packaging and adapted protection.
    Dimensions :
    Height : 41 cm
    Width & Depth : 16 cm
    Weight of a candlestick : 3.1 kg
    Ref : 281022

    Ref: BCVI76Q8KI

    Style Louis XVI (Candle holders, Candlesticks of Louis XVI Style)
    Century 19th century (Candle holders, Candlesticks 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Width (cm) 16
    Height (cm) 41
    Depth (cm) 16
    Weight (Kg) 6.2
    Materials Gilt bronze, Marble
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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