Date: late 19th century
An esthetically intriguing pair of two-tone patinated bronze candlesticks dating from the Napoleon III eclectic era. The candlesticks have Art Nouveau like foliage motifs on the base, neo-classical fluted column stems, Renaissance like gadrooning, and a Celtic braid motif around the sconce….you can’t get more eclectic than this.
Besides from being very decorative and quite unique in appearance, these are also of exceptional quality as the maker’s mark ‘F. Barbedienne’ denotes. Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) was a renowned and prolific French bronze founder. He is especially well known for his bronze sculptures and reproductions of sculptures by A. Rodin and A.L. Barye. Pieces founded by Barbedienne can command very high prices and are sought after.
Dimensions: 25.5 cm high, 13.5 cm diameter base, 1.120 kg
Condition: Very Good. Used. The drip-trays cannot be removed.
Item cost: 265 €
Shipment costs & info:
This item will be shipped via post.be
Delivery in Belgium: 6,70 €
Delivery neighbouring country or UK: 17,00 €
Delivery other EU countries: 34,00
Delivery rest of Europe/USA /Med. basin: 34,00 €
Delivery rest of world (most): 67,00 €
You may also pick up the item yourself (in Genval, Belgium) if convenient for you.