PAIR OF FRENCH LOUIS PHILIPPE ORMOLU AND PATINATED BRONZE SEVEN LIGHT CANDELABRAS
These 19th-century French Louis Philippe ormolu and patinated bronze seven-light candelabra are a testament to craftsmanship and elegance.
Each candelabrum features a beautifully designed arrangement with six scrolled ormolu arms encircling a central raised shaft. The removable flame-form finial at the top serves as the seventh candleholder, offering a touch of versatility to the piece. These elements, meticulously crafted from both ormolu and patinated bronze, exude sophistication and intricate detail.
Resting upon a tapering ormolu and patinated bronze column, these candelabra stand tall and elegant. The column's integration into the ormolu tripod support, which in turn rests on a bronze base, showcases a seamless union of materials and design elements, resulting in a harmonious composition.
These candelabra epitomize the grace and refinement of the Louis Philippe era, serving as both functional lighting fixtures and exquisite decorative pieces. Their intricate craftsmanship and thoughtful design make them a captivating addition to any space, enriching the ambiance with their timeless beauty and classical allure.
France, Circa 1830
Height: 28" (71 cm)
Diameter: 12" (30 cm)