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Valuation of a pair of French ormolu candlesticks from the chateau de Neuilly

Column Appraisal and valuation, Furniture and works of art

Guillaume Le Floc'h auctioneer, in Paris and Saint-Cloud, in collaboration with our experts specialized in free valuation and free appraisal will auction a French pair of Restauration ormolu candlesticks from the chateau de Neuilly, property of the Duc of Orléans, Sunday 13th October in Saint-Coud.


Paire de flambeaux en bronze ciselé, doré et anciennement patiné (usures). La base circulaire à décor de pampres, rinceaux, palmettes et feuilles d’eau supporte un fût fuselé et godronné coiffé d’un panier en vannerie chargé de fleurs, le binet à frise de pampres.

Marques d’inventaire : LP couronné N 11332 et LPN couronné pour Louis-Philippe Neuilly.

Époque Restauration.

Haut. : 26 cm - Diam. : 12 cm

Provenance :

Château de Neuilly, propriété du Duc d’Orléans, futur roi Louis-Philippe à partir de 1818.

Le château de Neuilly était une des résidences préférées de la famille d’Orléans jusqu’à la Révolution de 1848 lors de laquelle le château fut pillé puis incendié.