Pair of finely chiseled gilt bronze wall lights Signed Henri Picard
Regency style, Napoleon III period
Decorated with quivers, grapes, bouquets of roses, acorns, acanthus leaves
Each wall lamp is crowned with a leafy shell
Five sconces on two levels
In the center, the face of Selene, goddess of the moon
Ended with the face of a man with a curvy beard
In very good shape
8 kg each
* According to the National Archives, the bronzier Henri Picard, founder and gilder, settled at 6, rue Jarente from 1831 to 1839 before settling at 10 rue de la Perle until 1864. He provided decorative objects for the small apartments of Napoleon III in the Louvre. He was known for the quality of his production of table pieces and fireplace fittings, in particular the combination of gilt bronze and silver bronze. A large pair of Picard twelve-light candelabra is in the Louvre Museum.
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Secure packaging with insurance
16 500 €
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