This pair of girandoles is composed of a baluster vase in blue turquin marble from which emerge five light arms in the shape of flower stems.
The vases are provided with a double handle ending in acanthus leaves that extend to the base adorned with gadroons. The handles are connected by a wreath of gilt bronze flowers. The neck of the vase is also adorned with a large collar chiseled with tigettes, from which escapes a profusion of reeds gilded bronze.
The set is based on a square base with recessed angles in blue turquin marble embellished with a row of gilded bronze beads.
Two other similar pairs, but three branches are kept respectively at the Cognacq-Jay Museum in Paris and at Nymphenburg Castle.
Price : on request
4 000 €