Pair of andirons forming a fire pot and grenade Louis Xvi Bouhon style

19th century
Louis XVI, Directoire
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Pair of andirons forming fluted fire pot, surrounded by a frieze of posts (waves), handles and pomegranate at its upper end. They are signed by the famous Bouhon manufacture. Wear to gilding, France, 19th century.
Dimensions:
Height: 24cm
Length: 43 cm
Width: 10cm

About the Bouhon house:
The Bouhon Frères factory specializes in fireplaces and their accessories in bronze and wrought iron. The 2 brothers Thomas and Joseph run a shop in the Marais district of Paris, from where they are called on several times to be part of the exhibition jury. Bouhon Frères was thus congratulated at the 1900 Universal Exhibition by the international jury for these "entirely new screens and andirons". She received the gold medal there, just as she received it at the 1897 Universal Exhibition in Brussels.

Ref: P7X3ZPZ80X

Style Louis XVI, Directoire
Century 19th century
Length (cm) 43
Width (cm) 10
Height (cm) 24
Materials Bronze doré
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 75018, Paris, France

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