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By Picard, Henri (French, fl. 1831-1864)
This magnificent set of candelabra, demonstrating the very best of French nineteenth-century Neoclassicism, is by the famed producer Henri Picard.
The ormolu candelabra in this set of four are superb examples of nineteenth-century Neoclassicism. Each candelabrum features a tapering fluted shaft, which is supported by grasping acanthus leaves and a narrow waist atop three scrolling foliate feet. The feet of each candelabrum are raised on a stepped curved-sided triangular plinth, which is moulded with an egg-and-dart frieze. The shaft of each culminates in a foliate capital, and each capital issues six light branches: one central branch and five scrolling side branches, with each branch deftly moulded with flowing, scrolling foliate forms.
The bronzes are marked for Henri Picard.
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