Four large three-light wall lamps in gilded bronze, 19th century, France, Louis XV style
These four large three-light wall lamps were made, in chiselled gilt bronze, in the late 19th century in France. Stylistically (Rocaille) they are inspired by the models of the famous engravers of the King of France Louis XV, distinguished by the audacity and exuberance of the volutes and the phytomorphic forms.
The wall sconces are composed of a central naturalistic head from which depart three arms with vegetal elements and floral bobeches.
It is particularly rare to find these lights in groups of four. Very decorative and large, they can be combined with antique furniture as well as in modern contexts. You can arrange, two to two or all four together, in an entrance hall or in a corridor, as well as in salons and studios.
The electrical system is in place, but it needs to be checked.
2 500 €
8 000 €