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An Unusual Pair Of Neoclassical Three-Light Wall Appliques

FRANCE, Circa 1870

REF No. B71830

dimensions

Height :49 cm | 19¹/₄ in
Width :21 cm | 8¹/₄ in
Depth :20 cm | 7⁷/₈ in

description

A Fine and Unusual Pair Of Gilt and Patinated Bronze Neoclassical Three-Light Wall Appliques.

This rare pair of wall lights each have a circular gilt-bronze shield back plate finely cast with martial trophies, surmounted by an eagle and issuing from its centre a patinated bronze arm, holding in its hand a three-light candelabra in the form of a classical Caduceus.

Provenance

These wall appliques were formerly owned by Michael Winner (1935 - 2013), the celebrated English film director, producer and restaurant critic.

An Unusual Pair Of Neoclassical Three-Light Wall Appliques







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