LARGE ENTRANCE HALL LANTERN FROM THE CHATEAU LEOUBE IN BORMES

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Large lantern for a castle entrance hall, made of chased and gilded bronze . This old lantern of poly-lobed form is decorated with flowered baskets, garlands of flowers and leafy consoles ending in pine cones. Acanthus leaves complete this rich Louis XV style decoration. With its original curved glasses and 5 lights. It opens to a door. This Napoleon III period vestibule lantern comes from the Léoube castle in Bormes-les-Mimosa, in the Var department.

Napoleon III period

Circa: 1850

Dim: W:56cm, D:56cm, H:90cm

 

Condition report: in very good general condition. It has been electrified.

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LP : 2536
Availability : Object available
Width: 56 (cm)
Height 90 (cm)
Depth 56 (cm)
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