Pair of Candelabra Brown Bronze in first XXe period

Pair of Candelabra Brown Bronze in Napoléon III period Maximize

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Pair of Candelabra Brown Bronze in first XXe period

First XX  period - Perfect condition 


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Pair of Candelabra

firt XX Period 

in manner of  Clodion

<< Clodion, pseudonym of Claude Michel, born December 20, 1738 in Nancy and died March 29, 1814 in Paris, was a sculptor from Lorraine, who became French from 1766. Clodion multiplied light and virtuoso works until the Revolution. His clientele was such that he no longer needed to exhibit at the Salon before 1801. He kept a low profile during the Revolution, but - contrary to a tenacious legend - did not retire to Nancy. His career restarted from 1795 and during the Empire. He continues his production of brilliant terracotta, in parallel with prestigious orders, sometimes monumental >>>.

Clodion (sculpteur) — Wikipédia

Putti garnish composed of 2 candelabra with 3 sconces.

Beautiful  angels evolving in a rich bronze columm with brown and gold patina.

Beautiful work of gilded bronze with finely chiseled leaf.

White Marble pedestal.


Dimensions: Height: 61 cm / pedestal :21 x 21 cm


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