Lot 1269: A PAIR OF GEORGE III GILT-BRONZE TWIN ARM WALL LIGHTS, CIRCA 1780 |
October 26, 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: of neoclassical form, regilt
The chasing and casting is of superior quality. One cast rosette lacking to the left side above a laurel festoon. Drilled for electric light. Re-gilt and surface good.
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Provenance: Christie's London, Thomas Hope and the Neo-Classical Vision and the Collector of Collections, 24 April 2008, lot 379.
Dimensions: 45.5cm. high; 1ft. 6in.