Important pair of candelabra with seven arms of light resting on a tripod base with coil and shells, each side is engraved successively with a monogram and a coat of arms and a motto "Fortuna Audaces Juvat" which means: luck smiles at the daring).
Around the barrel rock style on a background of quadrilobes frolicking two children one holding a cup, the other a bunch of grapes.
A similar model was presented by Christofle at the first Universal Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in 1851.
Dimensions: height 84 cm - wingspan 48 cm - base 28 cm
Material: silver bronze
Period: Birmingham 1862
Goldsmith: ELKINGTON and Co
Delevery information :
DELIVERY: For transport, we can agree on a price including tax and shipping insurance
Only import taxes applicable in each country are your responsibility.
Packaging and transport monitoring are provided by professional carriers specializing in works of art.
Transport takes place as follows:
A descriptive Invoice object is sent to you by e-mail and contact the carrier.
As soon as we received the transfer of the full payment of the purchase made,
transportation is launched and you are informed of the time of delivery.
Upon receipt of the package, in case of damage during transport
you must check the condition of the room and make reservations to the carrier who delivers you to play coverage:
without this process, the insurance can not be activated. But all evidence of our parts always arrive in perfect condition.
1 000 €
4 800 €