7 April 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A PAIR OF LOUIS PHILIPPE PATINATED BRONZE AND ORMOLU FIGURAL FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA NOW MOUNTED AS LAMPS
Each with a winged female figure holding a cornucopia, standing on a sphere above a foliate-decorated urn, on square plinth, with gilt-bordered green circular shades, the base and central nozzle drilled and electrified
36¼ in. (92 cm.) high overall (2)
Bought from Fifty One Antiques, Toronto, Canada, March 1993.
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