A Fine Pair Of 19th Century French Empire Candelabra Lamps


A fine pair of mid 19th century French candelabra, now lamps, in the empire style. Each modelled as winged female figures, with twin candelabra in each hand.

Set of four French Art Deco wall lights by Jean Noverdy


This set of four wall lights were made in France during the 1930s. The frosted glass has a repeating plant motif and they are held in a chrome frame. Signed 'Noverdy France Deposse'

Pair of early 19th century gilt and patinated bronze serpent candelabra


These fine candelabra have three raised arms, decorated with acanthus and lotus leaves and a central gilt burning flame.

A French art Deco bronze and onyx lamp by Duvernet


'Oblivion' by Georges Duvernet (1870-1955)

Pair of French Empire revival style lanterns


Designed with four convex glass panels seperated with ormolu mounts, comprising four lights, surmounted with tole and ormolu mounts, the tops with four gilt-bronze outward scrolls leading to the hook

A pair of French ormolu mounted porcelain lamps


The red ground porcelain bodies mounted either side with scrolled ormolu handles modelled as acanthus leaves, raised on a circular ormolu base, and topped with a petal rim

French, c. 1890

A pair of French porcelain lamps


Designed with frontal depictions of medieval maidens playing with doves, on a turquoise blue ground with gilt embellishments around, raised on a shaped gilt bronze base and a key pattern ormolu rim at

A pair of French ormolu mounted opaline glass lamps


The ovoid shaped white opaline glass bodies highlighted with a gilt rim around the neck and near the base, surmounted with an ormolu leaf pattern top and raised on a circular ormolu base

A French ormolu mounted onyx single lamp


The marbled onyx body mounted with three ormolu rams heads above scrolling mounts linked with a hanging drapery effect ormolu, ending in hoof feet on a triform base

French, c. 1890