Pair of 19th Century Doré Bronze Candelabra 

  • A magnificent pair of Art Nouveau doré bronze candelabra by French sculptor Eugène Lelièvre
  • Both candelabra bear the Susse Freres stamp and are signed “E. Lelièvre. Sclp” and “Susse Frs. Edt.”
  • Circa 1890
  • 13 1/2" wide x 22 3/4" high
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Item No. 29-1847

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An exceptional pair of hand-chased doré bronze candelabra by the distinguished French sculptor Eugène Lelièvre, and foundered by Susse Freres of Paris. Influenced by the designs of Meissonier, flowing lines and graceful form of the Art Nouveau are rendered in sumptuous detail, a trademark of Lelièvre’s work that won him the first class medal at the Salon des Artistes Français. Both candelabra bear the Susse Freres stamp and are signed “E. Lelièvre. Sclp” and “Susse Frs. Edt.” Circa 1890 13 1/2" wide x 22 3/4" high References:The Dictionary of Sculptors in Bronze, 1977, James MackayBronzes: Sculptors and Founders, Volume 1, 1977, Harold Berman
French sculptor Eugène Lelièvre was known for his sumptuous Art Nouveau designs
Period: 19th Century
Origin: France
Type: Candelabra/Candlesticks
Width: 13.5 Inches
Height: 22.75 Inches
Style: Art Nouveau

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