Louis XVI Bronze Chenets

  • This exceptional pair of bronze chenets features two fawns warming themselves on plush pillows
  • The pair is crafted in the Neoclassical style popular during the Louis XVI era
  • Chenets, or andirons, were placed in front of a fireplace to protect rugs and flooring
  • Intricately detailed and in excellent condition, these chenets are a truly rare find
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Item No. 29-5399

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Two little fawns attempt to keep warm by brazier fire in this enchanting pair of French Louis XVI chenets, or fireplace andirons. Crafted of stunning doré and patinated bronze, these figures’ delightful Neoclassical elegance is characteristic of Louis XVI design. Chenets were a staple of any well-appointed home, serving as both decorative and useful objects. They were placed in front of a fireplace to protect priceless rugs and flooring from rolling logs. Only the grandest homes would have had chenets as beautifully designed as these.

Circa 1790

10 1/2” wide x 4" deep x 8” high
Louis XVI Bronze Chenets
Period: 18th Century
Origin: France
Type: Andirons/Chenets
Depth: 4.0 Inches
Width: 10.5 Inches
Height: 8.0 Inches
Style: Louis XVI

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