Louis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze CandelabrumLouis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze CandelabrumLouis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze CandelabrumLouis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze CandelabrumLouis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze CandelabrumLouis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze CandelabrumLouis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze Candelabrum

Presented for sale is a magnificent French Louis XVI style early 19th century four-branch candelabrum of silvered bronze, with removable top. The chased detail is superb with draped lion head panels on the upright.

This candelabrum once belonged to Ferdinand de Lesseps (1805 – 1894) the French diplomat and developer of the Suez Canal from a direct provenance by his granddaughter. In 1884, at an official banquet in honor of the Franco-American Union, he formally presented the Statue of Liberty to the United States.

The candelabrum is in excellent condition; no marks visible.

Size: 18” Height; 10” Width.

Item ID: PS170310

Louis XVI Style 19th Century Silvered Bronze Candelabrum

$1,800 USD

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