For similar see Edward H.Pinto, Treen and Other Wooden Bygones, Bell and Hyman, London 1969. Pinto discusses so-called Cesar Bagard work and its attribution at length on page 366. Two similar candlesticks are illustrated with other related wares in plate 387.
With its vase-capped baluster, it relates to engravings of Roman style candlesticks invented by Jean Birain (d. 1711) following his 1674 appointment as Louis XIV 'dessinateur du Chambre'. The fruitwood candlesticks, richly filigreed in bas relief, are likely to have formed part of a 'pier-set' dressing-service.