Large Chandelier Restoration Period

19th century
French Restoration, Charles X
From: 33390, Plassac, France

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    Description :
    Chased gilt bronze with green patina.

    This rare chandelier with 12 lights is made of four arms of lights carrying three binnacles each.
    It is exceptional by the organized "mess" of its design.
    The central bowl is covered with vegetal scrolls, and very detached flowers.
    The arms of light are in branches with a superimposition of flowers, the counter-cups are openwork in lace carrying binnacles with sober forms in contrast to the whole.
    Four chains carry the body of this chandelier, these suspensions are in the form of garlands of flowers whose hook is a snake-shaped esse.
    This luminary is adorned with a central column surrounded by branches and carrying a large openwork cup.
    By its exuberant forms this type of luminary was in the public places, the winter gardens.
    As these places have disappeared, these unconventional chandeliers were almost all destined to be cast in bronze.
    We therefore never find them in a state of dismantling, but disassembled and in bulk like this one which required a complete restoration.

    Condition :
    Very good condition after restoration.has never been drilled for electricity

    Height: 70 cm , diameter: 80 cm .
    Ref 3467 / 12 , 20 kg /6800

    Ref: 4Y6P96PMQE

    Condition Very good
    Style French Restoration, Charles X (Chandeliers of French Restoration, Charles X Style)
    Period 19th century (Chandeliers 19th century)
    Materials Gilt bronze, Patinated Bronze
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 33390, Plassac, France
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