Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras
Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras
Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras
Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras

Description

Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751 - 1843).
Pair of candelabras, six arms of light.
Ormolu.
Charles X period.

Resting on a stand decorated with a frieze of palmettes and stylized flowers, a tripod base with lion claws is surmounted by a fluted shaft decorated with fleur-de-lys and plant motifs.

The light arms take the form of an horn of plenty and are decorated with floral scrolls.

Pierre-Philippe Thomire, who was a supplier for Ancien Régime aristocrats, collaborated with the Sèvres manufactory as a regular bronze-maker before buying Martin-Eloi Lignereux's business and becoming the largest supplier of bronze furnishings for imperial castles and palaces.

He retired in 1823 but continued to manage his company "Thomire & Cie" until his death in 1843.

A similar pair was delivered by THOMIRE & Cie in 1837 to the Trianon estate in Versailles for King Louis Philippe.

Product Details

Height
80 cm
Width
37 cm

Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751 - 1843) - pair of monumental candelabras

458-Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras
459-Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras
545-Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras
546-Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Thomire (attributed to) pair of candelabras
Height
80 cm
Width
37 cm
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    Description

    Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751 - 1843).
    Pair of candelabras, six arms of light.
    Ormolu.
    Charles X period.

    Resting on a stand decorated with a frieze of palmettes and stylized flowers, a tripod base with lion claws is surmounted by a fluted shaft decorated with fleur-de-lys and plant motifs.

    The light arms take the form of an horn of plenty and are decorated with floral scrolls.

    Pierre-Philippe Thomire, who was a supplier for Ancien Régime aristocrats, collaborated with the Sèvres manufactory as a regular bronze-maker before buying Martin-Eloi Lignereux's business and becoming the largest supplier of bronze furnishings for imperial castles and palaces.

    He retired in 1823 but continued to manage his company "Thomire & Cie" until his death in 1843.

    A similar pair was delivered by THOMIRE & Cie in 1837 to the Trianon estate in Versailles for King Louis Philippe.

    Product Details

    Height
    80 cm
    Width
    37 cm

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