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A Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt-Bronze Eight-Light Candelabra, Attributed to Victor Paillard.

Each exuberantly modelled in the high rococo style with playful putti clambering to pluck bunches of grapes from a tree. The scrolled and pierced branches with perched birds and fruiting vine. Each branch terminating in a leaf cast nozzle and drip pan. The scrolled rocaille bases hung with fruit and grapes.

These impressive candelabra are a lively interpretation of the Louis XV Style, dating to the mid-19th century revival of Napoléon III's Second Empire period. They can be attributed to the Parisian bronze-maker Victor Paillard (1805-1886) whose display at the 1851 Great Exhibition in London included 'statuettes, candelabra, vases and other objects.' These candelabra relate to a similar pair by Paillard, with clock en suite which comprise a garniture de cheminée, in the Grand Salon at the hôtel du ministre des Affaires étrangères, at  37, quai d'Orsay, Paris.

France, Circa 1860.

Dimensions

Height : 82 cm 32 inches Width : 48 cm 19 inches Depth : 28 cm 11 inches

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Stock number

B76402
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