Incredible French 19th Century Sevres Porcelain and Bronze Chandelier

Item Number: 615x

This 19th century French chandelier is an immaculate example of Sevres Porcelain in lighting. Sevres, both a city in France and one of the most highly regarded porcelain manufacturers is known for just that, creating immaculate porcelain. The stamp of Sevres is marked by two intercrossing L’s, occasionally with a letter to note either the painter or date. The piece is densely adorned with delicate brushstrokes. Scenes of a couple planting a tree, a gentleman playing music for a woman, and a picnic outing interlace the porcelain with the floral motif. It’s incredibly fine artistry is exemplified in every part of the piece. The bronze sports a magnificent acanthus leaf motif and the chandelier has an impressive 24 lights.

Price: $35,000 view item

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Large Pair of 19th Century French “Horn of Plenty” Sconces

Item Number: 223x

This pair of fantastic French bronze sconces feature most notably at top a bouquet of eight bronze d’ore candle holders. Dating back to the 19th century, the pair offers a beautiful spiraling "Horn of Plenty” base, with an egg and dart motif around the top opening. The horn is embellished with acanthus leaves and fluting, and the sconces are mounted with patterned bronze sunbursts.

Price: $27,500 view item

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