Pair Large Empire Bronze & Gilded Bronze Candelabras
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You are viewing a truly beautiful pair of French bronze candelabras in the Empire style. They have a timeless classical elegance about them. Parts have been gilded to highlight them and the bases are made from Verde Antico Italian marble. They are a marvellous example of a sculptors work and will grace any interior.
They are signed with impressed mark Auguste Moreau and are a recast from the original.
Auguste Moreau 1834-1917 Born in Dijon in the early 19th century, he studied under Mathurin Moreau. Auguste Moreau worked as a sculptor and specialised in figures, statuettes and groups, mainly in marble. He made his debut at the 1861 Salon in Paris and continued to play an active part in the Salon des Artistes Francais as a member of the Societe des Artistes Francais until 1910.
They are cast from the Lost Wax, or Cire Perdue, hot cast process.
Clay to wax to bronze-the lost wax process is a method for changing a sculpture made of soft clay into a harder material such as bronze, which captures the most minute detail of the artists original work.
Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to own this truly amazing pair of Candelabras for a fraction of the normal retail value.
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