Pair of chiseled and gilded bronze andirons in neoclassical form decorated with two winged cupids, one with his hands resting on an ornate helmet symbolizing Mars the god of war, the other leaning on an anvil and holding a hammer represents Vulcan the god of the forge, framed by fire pots resting on fluted pilasters framing medallions of male and female profiles.
Work attributable to the bronzier Jean Louis Prieur 1732-1795.
Louis XVI period
Original gilding with alterations.
A note: missing 3 small bronze rosettes, one on each side and one on the front.
Delevery information :
Delivery of small items is free for France and Europe, the objects are perfectly packaged in reinforced and insured parcels.
The furniture will be delivered by specialized carriers.
2 800 €