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Napoleon III Clock Garniture Designed by Sévin, Cast by Barbedienne
By F. Barbedienne Foundry, Louis-Constant Sevin
Located in London, GB
A fine Napoleon III gilt-bronze and porcelain mounted clock garniture, designed by Louis-Constant Sévin, cast by Ferdinand Barbedienne, The Movement by Japy Frères. Frédéric Japy ...
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19th Century French Napoleon III Antique Furniture

Materials

Ormolu

Pair of Monumental Napoleon III Period Vases by Barbedienne, Sévin, and Popelin
By Ferdinand Barbedienne, Louis-Constant Sevin
Located in London, GB
Pair of monumental Napoleon III period vases by Barbedienne, Sévin, and Popelin French, circa 1867 Vases: Height 91.5 cm, width 48.5cm, depth 39cm Pedestals: Height 120cm, width 4...
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Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Antique Furniture

Materials

Bronze, Ormolu

Extremely Rare Pair of Ferdinand Barbedienne Ormolu and Champlevé Enamel Vases
By Ferdinand Barbedienne, Louis-Constant Sevin
Located in New York, NY
An extremely rare, museum quality pair of Ferdinand Barbedienne ormolu and champlevé enamel vases, circa 1870, certainly designed by Louis Constant Sevin.  Very unusual form and s...
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19th Century French Napoleon III Antique Furniture

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Enamel, Ormolu

Pair of Neo-Greek Candelabras by L.C. Sévin & F. Barbedienne, France, Circa 1878
By Ferdinand Barbedienne, Louis-Constant Sevin
Located in PARIS, FR
Signed F. Barbedienne Pair of eight light-arm candelabra, made in two patina bronze, in the shape of an antique caryatid, after the model of the statues standing in the "Caryatids R...
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1870s French Greek Revival Antique Furniture

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Bronze

Pair of Candelabras by F. Barbedienne, L-C. Sevin and D. Attarge, France, 1869
By Ferdinand Barbedienne, Louis-Constant Sevin, Désiré Attarge
Located in PARIS, FR
Signed F. Barbedienne Paris; D. Attarge Fit; C. Sevin inv 1869 Rare pair of Renaissance style candelabra with four light-arms in chiselled and silvered bronze, adorned with an ele...
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1860s French Renaissance Antique Furniture

Materials

Bronze

Sèvres Style Gilt Bronze-Mounted Porcelain Clock Set by Sévin and Barbedienne
By Ferdinand Barbedienne, Louis-Constant Sevin
Located in London, GB
This exquisite clock set was designed in the late 19th century in France by Louis-Constant Sévin and cast by the Barbedienne foundry. Louis-Constant Sévin was a designer who work...
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Late 19th Century French Neoclassical Antique Furniture

Materials

Bronze, Ormolu

Antique Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock by Sevin and Barbedienne
By Ferdinand Barbedienne, Louis-Constant Sevin
Located in London, GB
This ormolu clock is an exemplary work by the famous French 19th century metalworker and foundry-owner, Ferdiand Barbedienne. Working with a design made by the acclaimed onamentalist...
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Late 19th Century French Neoclassical Antique Furniture

Materials

Ormolu, Bronze

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Louis Constant Sévin & F. Barbedienne, a Rare Ormolu and Blue Glass Centerpiece
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Louis Constant Sévin & F. Barbedienne, a rare ormolu and blue glass centerpiece, circa 1880. This fantastic quality centerpiece vase is made with the highest quality ormolu bronze...
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Louis XVI Style Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
By Ferdinand Barbedienne, Louis-Constant Sevin
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This exquisite clock was designed in the late 19th century in France by Louis-Constant Sévin and most probably cast by the Barbedienne foundry. Louis-Constant Sévin was a designer...
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Large French Antique Ormolu Mantel Clock by Ferdinand Barbedienne
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Louis-Constant Sévin Furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

The Louis-Constant Sévin furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are frequently made of metal and designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our Louis-Constant Sévin collection of furniture, although gold editions of this piece are particularly popular. There are 7 vintage versions of these items in stock, while there is 0 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original furniture by Louis-Constant Sévin were created in France during the 19th century in the Neoclassical style. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Val D'Osne Foundry, Jean-Baptiste Auguste Clesinger and Marcel Debut. The prices for Louis-Constant Sévin furniture can vary depending upon size, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at US$19,494 and tops out at US$389,344, while pieces like these, on average, can sell for US$38,934.