London, South Kensington
4 June 2008
Attributed to Charles Percier (French, 1764-1838)
Design for a neo-classical gilt-bronze tripod candelebra, on fluted column, with acanthus and lion base
with inscriptions to the reverse, including Par Percier
pen and black ink, on two sheets
13 x 4¾ in. (33 x 12.1 cm.)
Hotel Drouot, Paris, 26 February 1929.
with Paul Prout, Paris.
Eugene Rodrigues Collection.
Anonymous sale; Christie's New York, 12 January 1995, lot 193.
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