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An Exceptionally Fine Russian Neoclassical, 12-light Giltwood & Ormolu, ca.1820 Chandelier. Approx. Value: $325,000. VIEW: COMPLETE

An Exceptionally Fine Russian Neoclassical, 12-light Giltwood & Ormolu, ca.1820 Chandelier. Approx. Value: $325,000. VIEW: COMPLETE

A Fine Russian Neoclassical Ormolu & Amber-Glass Figural Six-Light Chandelier, Possibly Swedish, Circa 1800. Wired for Electricity. Height: 42 Inches, Diameter 30 Inches. Approximate Value: $70,000.

A Fine Russian Neoclassical Ormolu & Amber-Glass Figural Six-Light Chandelier, Possibly Swedish, Circa 1800. Wired for Electricity. Height: 42 Inches, Diameter 30 Inches. Approximate Value: $70,000.

Paire de pots-pourris en porcelaine dure de Meissen "Maiblumen", vers 1748-1752, à monture de bronze doré d'époque Louis XV attribuée à Jean-Claude Duplessis | Lot | Sotheby's

Paire de pots-pourris en porcelaine dure de Meissen "Maiblumen", vers 1748-1752, à monture de bronze doré d'époque Louis XV attribuée à Jean-Claude Duplessis | Lot | Sotheby's

Top: A not-very-good photo of an exceptional piece: A FINE, RARE, ITALIAN, EIGHT-LIGHT, ROCOCO, ORMOLU AND CUT-GLASS CHANDELIER, ca.1750, SOLD RECENTLY. Approx. present value: ready?... $550,000.----------------Below: A DUPLICATE MID-18TH CENTURY CHANDELIER (huge differently) IN THE DUKE OF SAVOY'S PALAZZO IN TURIN, ITALY.

Top: A not-very-good photo of an exceptional piece: A FINE, RARE, ITALIAN, EIGHT-LIGHT, ROCOCO, ORMOLU AND CUT-GLASS CHANDELIER, ca.1750, SOLD RECENTLY. Approx. present value: ready?... $550,000.----------------Below: A DUPLICATE MID-18TH CENTURY CHANDELIER (huge differently) IN THE DUKE OF SAVOY'S PALAZZO IN TURIN, ITALY.

Paire de candélabres à quatre lumières, Paris, premier quart du XVIIIe siècle, vers 1720

Paire de candélabres à quatre lumières, Paris, premier quart du XVIIIe siècle, vers 1720

ORMOLU CANDELABRUM MOUNT ATOP INDIVIDUAL SEVRES BISCUIT CARYATID -one of a pair (shown complete elsewhere here)  A 1785 gift from Louis XVI to the Princess of the Asturias, the future Queen of Spain & relative. Part of the collection of the late Monsieur Leon Levy of Geneva. Approximate Value: One Million Five-Hundred-Thousand Dollars, USD$ the pair.

ORMOLU CANDELABRUM MOUNT ATOP INDIVIDUAL SEVRES BISCUIT CARYATID -one of a pair (shown complete elsewhere here) A 1785 gift from Louis XVI to the Princess of the Asturias, the future Queen of Spain & relative. Part of the collection of the late Monsieur Leon Levy of Geneva. Approximate Value: One Million Five-Hundred-Thousand Dollars, USD$ the pair.

Rare pair of candlesticks in Louis XVI gilt-bronze quiver attributed to Etienne Martincourt. Estimate €50,000-80,000. Photo: Sotheby’s/ArtDigital Studio.

Rare pair of candlesticks in Louis XVI gilt-bronze quiver attributed to Etienne Martincourt. Estimate €50,000-80,000. Photo: Sotheby’s/ArtDigital Studio.

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Pair of Five Light bronze finely chased gilt with matte gold and shiny gold.  's plate has a cartridge turquoise ground porcelain, Sevres genre, Golden quatrefoils, garlands or cream enamel leaves water. The plate has a cartridge as well as porcelain sconces in turquoise blue background.  Decor a quiver tail boom, acanthus leaves, scrolls, mask and thyrsus garland of roses.

Pair of Five Light bronze finely chased gilt with matte gold and shiny gold. 's plate has a cartridge turquoise ground porcelain, Sevres genre, Golden quatrefoils, garlands or cream enamel leaves water. The plate has a cartridge as well as porcelain sconces in turquoise blue background. Decor a quiver tail boom, acanthus leaves, scrolls, mask and thyrsus garland of roses.

English cut glass chandelier gilded bronze.  Amethyst, blue and clear glass. 1795 – 1810.This chandelier and matching sconces were purchased by Thomas Pearsall,  a New York merchant. They are rare  surviving example of imported English lighting devices. An American Room, the American wing. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Original photograph by Christian  Orlov. See matching girandole on this board.

English cut glass chandelier gilded bronze. Amethyst, blue and clear glass. 1795 – 1810.This chandelier and matching sconces were purchased by Thomas Pearsall, a New York merchant. They are rare surviving example of imported English lighting devices. An American Room, the American wing. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Original photograph by Christian Orlov. See matching girandole on this board.

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