Circa 1870, fine pair of French Louis XVI style ormolu candelabra, marked ‘Eug. Bazart, Paris’. The three sconces are cast as open flower heads, over the spills in the form of leaves, supported on stylised Rococo branches. The centre piece is a curling foliate of flowers and leaves. This sits on a stylish centre stem which is covered in foliate leaves winding around each other. As the stem goes towards to the base it becomes more geometric, and finishes on a plinth base with scrolling flowers. One of the candelabra is stamped with the maker’s name. Both are in perfect condition.
- 49cm high x 35cm wide x 30cm deep.