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Aveline Candelabra

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Magnificent and rare pair of table candelabras, in porcelain and ormolu, offered by Frederick the Great to Catherine II of Russia in 1772.
The base and stem are in white and yellow porcelain with gold-colored highlights. Floral garland and painted flower decor.

Five ormolu arms imitating foliage and branches to which polychrome porcelain flowers are attached branch from the stem. They end in five porcelain sconces that have the same decoration as the base and stem.



Period: Germany, circa 1771

Manufacturer: de Berlin


Height 67 cm. 26 3/8 in.

  • Origin : GERMANY

Details

Magnificent and rare pair of table candelabras, in porcelain and ormolu, offered by Frederick the Great to Catherine II of Russia in 1772.
The base and stem are in white and yellow porcelain with gold-colored highlights. Floral garland and painted flower decor.

Five ormolu arms imitating foliage and branches to which polychrome porcelain flowers are attached branch from the stem. They end in five porcelain sconces that have the same decoration as the base and stem.



Period: Germany, circa 1771

Manufacturer: de Berlin


Height 67 cm. 26 3/8 in.

  • Origin : GERMANY
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