Applique à huile escalier de l'intendant

Re-Editions

Re-Editions

Ref. 99359/1A

HEIGHT : 40 cm / 15.75 inch

40 cm / 15.75 inch

WIDTH : 20 cm / 7.87 inch

20 cm / 7.87 inch

DEPTH : 15 cm / 5.91 inch

15 cm / 5.91 inch

STOCK : Made to Order

Made to Order

MATERIAL : Bronze

Bronze

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Applique à huile de l'escalier de l'intendant, Garde Meuble de la Couronne, avec système Argand, réflecteur et réservoir

The Directoire style, of antique and classical inspiration, is characterized by a sober workmanship and simple shapes. After the fall of Louis XVI, the Directoire style marks a desire to break with the opulent royal codes, which will be taken up and enhanced with the Empire. This short post-revolutionary period is characterized by the abandonment of bronze (in the service of Bonaparte's guns), replaced by painted sheet metal, and the search for a new light source (oil and the Argand and Quinquet systems ) replacing the candles, then a symbol of monarchical power.
Royal Steward's Staircase Oil Sconce, Garde Meuble Royal, with Argand System, Reflector and Reservoir

Le style Directoire, d’inspiration antique et classique, est caractérisé par une facture sobre et des formes simples. Après la chute de Louis XVI, Le style directoire marque une volonté de rompre avec les codes royaux opulents, qui seront repris et sublimés avec l’Empire. Cette courte période post-révolutionnaire est caractérisée par l’abandon du bronze (au service des canons de Bonaparte), remplacé par de la tôle peinte, et à la recherche d’une nouvelle source lumineuse ( l’huile et les systèmes Argand et Quinquet ) remplaçant les bougies, alors symbole du pouvoir monarchique.

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Finish
Gun Finish
Gun Finish
Médaille
Médaille
Antique Silver
Antique Silver
Silver
Silver
Antique Gold
Antique Gold
Royal Gold
Royal Gold
MATERIALS
Bronze
Bronze
Crystal
Crystal
Rock Crystal
Rock Crystal
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Wrought Iron
Bronze and Crystal
Bronze and Crystal