21 - 22 June 1999
A PAIR OF NORTH EUROPEAN SIMULATED PORPHYRY, BRONZED AND PARCEL-GILT TORCHERES
Early 19th Century
Each with stepped circular top, on three monopodiae supports headed by lotus-leaves and joined by a concave-sided undertier, on a conformingly shaped base, redecorated, regilt, with screw holes to the underside
12 in. (30.4 cm.) diam.; 48 in. (123.2 cm.) high (2)
Anon. Sale, Christie's New York, 30th January 1982, lot 156.
Ms. Sylvia Tearson; Christie's New York, 28th September 1995, lot 279.
Anon. Sale, Christie's London, 30th October 1997, lot 31.
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V. Allemandi and C. Il Valore dei Mobili Antichi, Turin, 1983, p.284.
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