This model was widely admired in the 19th century and bronziers such as Beurdeley and Wertheimer are known to have executed candelabra of this form. While the former sold a pair at Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 6-9 May 1895, lot 95, the sale of Samuel Wertheimer's collection at Christie's, London also included 'The patterns for a pair of large candelabra in the style of Clodion' as lot 13. Further pairs of this model with eleven lights are known, of which two are in the James A. de Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor (G. de Bellaigue, The James A. de Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor Furniture, Clocks and Gilt Bronzes, London, 1974, Vol. I, no. 165, pp. 688-9) and a further pair was sold from the Collection of Samson Wertheimer, Christie's, London, 15-18 March 1892, lot 331. More recently, another pair sold The Cowdray Park sale, Christie's, Cowdray Park, 13-15 September 2011, lot 104 (£73,250).