16th century Ottoman candlestick in brass, with six-sided tulip shaped neck and bobeche.
Ottoman Empire, 16th century.
Height: 27.5 cm
Provenance: collection of Mr. Jules Henri François CHARLES-ROUX and his wife Mrs. Fanny Charles-Roux, born Zarefi. From their mansion Annanelle in Avignon. Jules Henri Francois CHARLES-ROUX was a French diplomat, Ambassador of France to Damascus in 1964-1969 and Tehran in 1969-1972. He was president of the Suez Canal Company from 1948 to 1956. He formed a collection of internationally renowned Oriental art objects.
Y. Petsopoulos, "Tulips, Arabesques and Turbans" 1982, No. 40 and 41, pages 43 and 47.
To be compared with EA 1990.1246 located at the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.
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3 800 €