Bronze casserole dish mounted as a lamp, Empire period - Early 19th century

19th century
Empire Style, Consulat
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Superb Empire cassolette in bronze with double patina, mounted as a lamp and resting on a brocatelle marble from Siena.
    This cassolette is provided with an urn surrounded by a shaped bronze disc, carved with palmettes, resting on three long feet representing griffins in the upper part and "claw" feet in the lower part. The urn is nestled in a sculpture representing an inverted pine cone accompanied by large scrolled palmettes. The whole rests on a base and a triangular marble with concave sides.
    This lamp has a small white lampshade embellished with red stripes, which you can change as you wish.
    Particularly elegant, this lamp seduces with its rich ornamentations and sculptures.

    Period: Early 19th century
    Excellent condition.
    Delivery on estimate with careful packaging and appropriate protection.
    Height: 50cm
    Width: 20cm
    Depth: 20cm
    Weight: 3.3 kg

    reference: 070223.7

    Ref: YGT6GR5LXH

    Style Empire Style, Consulat (Lamps of Empire Style, Consulat Style)
    Century 19th century (Lamps 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Width (cm) 20
    Height (cm) 50
    Depth (cm) 20
    Weight (Kg) 3.3
    Materials Gilt bronze, Patinated Bronze , Marble
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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