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A pair of candlesticks attributed to Pierre-Francois Feuchére circa 1805-1810

A pair of candlesticks attributed to Pierre-Francois Feuchére circa 1805-1810.

The candlesticks representing Diana and Orpheus. Supporting on there heads are a flower decorated vase shaped candle holder. Standing on a column decorated with a bow, quiver and a torch, the candlestick terminating on a round leaf cast decorated base.

Bronzier Pierre-Francois Feuchére (1737-1823)

Pierre-Francois Feuchéres work shop was one of the largest at the time and was described as one of the most important in Paris. Fuchére produced a number of  luxury gilt bronze items such as candelabras, candlesticks and fittings for furnitures. His clientel was Napoleon and his family and other nobility as well as German, Russian and the Spanish courts.

H. 34 cm

Condition:

Excellent condition.

 

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