André-Antoine Ravrio (1759-1814).
These impressive obelisks, which originally had candlearms and are stamped with inventory numbers for the Palais des Tuileries, can almost certainly be identified with the following, delivered by Ravrio in 1806 to the Chambre à coucher du Prince in the Apartement des Enfants de France:-
2 paires de grands candélabres en pyramides à 4 lumières avec vases au milieu, socles à aigles, colonnes en marbre
Ravrio charged the remarkably high price of 2,400 francs for these, which was later reduced to 2,240.
At least one of the pairs must have been transferred subsequently to the chateau de Fontainebleau, as it is recorded there in an early 20th century photograph. Although Hessling does not identify the room at Fontainebleau in which it appears, it is possible that it is the Salon particulier de l'Empereur as the chandelier that appears in the same photograph was originally supplied for that room.