Pair of Candelabra
Napoleon III Period - Rocaille Style
composed of 2 candelabra with 8 sconces.
Beautiful decoration evolving in a rich bronze ensemble with gold patina.
Beautiful work of gilded bronze with finely chiseled leaf.
possibility of electrification
Dimensions: Height: 75 cm / / top widht : 50cm
settled in Paris from 1831 to 1839, Rue Jarente and from 1840 to 1864, Rue de la Perle
Henri Picard prestigious founder and gilder of the 19th century,
Picard renowned for the casting and gilding of decorative objects of very high production quality. Picard worked for the Defreville firm, and collaborated with designers of his time such as Charles Perrault and Grault. He received commissions from many important patrons, including Napoleon III
He created the gilding that adorns his apartments at the Palais du Louvre as well as decorative objects such as centerpieces, candelabras, wall lights and fireplace trims. …still visible in the Palais du Louvre apartment.
Delevery information :
Delivery France and worldwide by specialized carriers.
6 800 €