In the exhibition on Limoges enamels in 1995/6, the entry on a set of six pricket candlesticks with circular bases refers to the more common type - such as the present example - which displays a conical, hexagonal base. See Paris and New York, Musée du Louvre and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 23 Oct. 1995 - 22 Jan. 1996 and 5 Mar. - 16 Jun. 1996, Enamels of Limoges 1100-1350, no. 135, p. 380.