A large pair of ormolu and bronze Nikè Empire candelabra both with a classical lady holding two scrolling horns with masks and surmounted by a single light with applied masks, mounted on a canted triangular base with a pierced classical mounts on a molded plinth. The casting and chasing of the bronzework are of the best quality, pattination and gilding all original and in very good condition. Now fitted for electricity, but also still usable as candleholders.
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Wear consistent with age and use
24.41 in. H x 9.45 in. W x 5.91 in. D
62 cm H x 24 cm W x 15 cm D
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