Pair of candlesticks with Putti Hunters in gilt bronze

A charming and decorative pair of finely chiseled and gilt bronze candlesticks (in their period gilding) decorated with two winged putti standing on a boar and a doe, each holding a cornucopia topped with a binet, circa 1850-1880.

Our candlesticks have been converted into table lamps without drilling and embellished with beautiful silk shades of ivory color with gold interior.

Measurements without lampshades: H 11.81 In.
Measurements with lampshades: H 19.68 In. - W lamp shade 11.81 In. - Depth lamp shade 5.90 In.

In fine original condition, gorgeous original gilding. The candlesticks professionally wired for electricity.
Silk lampshades are new.
We realize at your request shades on measures in pleated silk.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
11.81 × 5.9 × 19.68 in
XIXth century
Decorative art

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