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Applique Néo-Etrusque

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€ 6,555

Ref. 99498/7A

HEIGHT

55 cm

WIDTH

44 cm

DEPTH

50 cm

STOCK

0 Made to order
Magnificent Neo-Etruscan wall lamp after Ferdinand Barbedienne, with double patina. Bronzier and Parisian publisher, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) founded in 1839 a company in collaboration with Achille Collas, inventor of the process for the mathematical reduction of sculpture. Thanks to this revolutionary process, they open the doors to unprecedented production. Under the name "Collas et Barbedienne", they specialized in reproductions after the antique and developed new chemical processes for coloring and patina bronzes.
Magnifique applique Néo-Etrusque d'après Ferdinand Barbedienne, à double patine. Bronzier et éditeur parisien, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) fonde en 1839 une société en collaboration avec Achille Collas, inventeur du procédé pour la réduction mathématique de la sculpture. Grâce à ce procédé révolutionnaire, ils ouvrent les portes à une production sans précédent. Sous la raison sociale « Collas et Barbedienne », ils se spécialisèrent dans les reproductions d’après l’antique et mirent au point de nouveaux procédés chimiques pour colorer et patiner les bronzes

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Applique Néo-Etrusque

CRYSTAL AND FINISH GUIDE

CRYSTALS
Rock Crystal / Quartz

Rock Crystal / Quartz

In the 18th Century, the royal chandeliers were treated as jewellery, Their pendants were in 'pure water crystal' - natural crystal/quartz.

18th Century Crystal

18th Century Crystal

Before Lead crystal was discovered, the glass was mixed with Manganese, Tungstene or other materials. These materials used to give a smoky, violet or yellow tint to the glass. Our 18th Century Crystal recreates this effect, making it perfect for pieces that need to look antique or fit in a collection.

Bohemian Crystal

Bohemian Crystal

The 19th Century is the great avent of Lead Crystal - commonly known as simply “crystal”. Our suppliers in Eastern Europe create pure and transparent Crystal, which we call Bohemian.

Finish
Gun Finish
Gun Finish
Médaille
Médaille
Antique Silver
Antique Silver
Silver
Silver
Antique Gold
Antique Gold
Royal Gold
Royal Gold