All Lighting

A Fine Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Five Arm Sconces
19th Century

Height 17 in. Width 15 in.

Inv# Sco21
A Fine Pair of Louis XVI Gilt Bronze Two Arm Sconces With Ram Heads
18th Century

Height 17 1/2 in. Width 13 in.

Inv# Sc020
A Fine Pair Of Louis XVI Gilded Sconces Stamped A.Chertier
19th Century

Chertier, a specialist in ecclesiastical work in silver and bronze received a gold medal as coopirateur at the Exposition Universelle of 1855 while working as foreman at the House of Bachelet in Paris. In 1857 he founded his own firm at 48, rue Mazarin, moving to 7, rue Firu in 1866. His important works, produced after 1870, include those for the church of Mont-Saint-Michel, and for the cathedrals of Saint-Omer, Reims, Moulins and Strasbourg.

Height 18 in. Width 17 in. Depth 10 in.

Inv# Sco17
A Pair of Louis XVI Gilt Bronze Five Arm Sconces Stamped M.T.
19th Century

Each backplate in the form of a flaming touch hung with drapery swags issuing a set of 5 scrolled foliate cast candle arms with leaf tip cast nozzles and dip pans

Height 21in. Width 16in.

Inv# Sco2
A Fine Pair of French Gilt Bronze Bouillotte Lamps
19th Century

With white tole shades

Height 21in. Width 13 in. Depth 9 in.

Inv# Lamp64
A Magnificent French Gilt Bronze Chandelier Circa 1890-1900 Stamped E. MOTTHEAU PARIS

Maison Mottheau et Fils of Paris.

1900 Universal Exhibition in Paris

The fixture features three Cornucopia (The cornucopia or horn of plenty is a symbol of abundance and nourishment, commonly a large horn-shaped container overflowing with produce, flowers or nuts. The horn originates from classical antiquity.  Each with two arms with electrified candle sticks and a central light with a electrified candlestick, and is in the style of the designs of Pierre Gouthiere (1740-1806), the bronzier famous for his commission from the court of King Louis XVI. 

Height 38 in. Diameter 32 in.

Inv# Chan30
A Rare Art Deco Aluminum Frosted Glass Chandelier
Early 20th Century

Art Deco ‎ is an eclectic artistic and design style that began in Paris in the 1920s and flourished internationally throughout the 1930s, into the World War II era. The style influenced all areas of design, including architecture and interior design, industrial design, fashion and jewelry, as well as the visual arts such as painting, graphic arts and film. The term "art deco" was first used widely in 1966, after an exhibition in Paris, 'Les Années 25' sub-titled Art Deco,celebrating the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes that was the culmination of style moderne in Paris. At its best, Art Deco represented elegance, glamour, functionality and modernity.

Inv# Chan27
A Rare Italian Baroque Gilt & Polychrome Hanging Lantern
18th Century

Height 46 in. Diameter 16 in.

Inv# Chan17