French Sevres Bisque Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Candelabra Lamp signed Feuchere
A beautifully cast French Serves bisque porcelain grouping showing two classically draped maidens or Graces standing on a circular bisque base with flutes and inset with decorative flames, on a further bisque base decorated with grapes and palmettes, the whole on a circular gilded bronze base resting on three tupie feet. Between the heads of the maidens there is a decorative gilded shaft which supports the ‘new’ top electrics as well as three curved gilded candle arms and nozzles. Incised on the top and back of the bisque base is the Sevres stamp with a number 2 between the interlaced L’s. There is also the original sculptor’s name J. J Feuchere for Jean Jacques Feuchere ( 1805 – 1852) etched on the base under the Graces Figures. JJ Feuchere has singukarbworks in the Louvre and the Paris Arts Decoratifs Museum.
Dimensions: 7″ Diameter base and 36″ high to top of finial. Height of the candelabra alone is 25″