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Pair of Standing Candelabra
Attributed to Lucien-François Feuchère (French, about 1750 - 1828)
Paris, France (Place Created)
Blued metal; gilt bronze
Candelabra such as this pair would have been placed on a mantelpiece, a commode, or a secrétaire in a salon of a stylish Parisian townhouse.
Scholars use various decorative details to identify and precisely date an object like this. The
Three French Reigns (Louis XIV, XV & XVI) Loan Exhibition in Aid of the Royal Northern Hospital (February 21 to April 5, 1933)
- 25 Park Lane (London), February to April 1933
The J. Paul Getty Collection of French Decorative Arts (October 3, 1972 to August 31, 1973)
- The Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit), October 3, 1972 to August 31, 1973