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Vintage

Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair

Max Munn

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Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair
Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair
Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair
Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair
Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair
Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair
Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair
Rococo Gold Leaf Sconces, Pair

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; some wear

Country of Origin:

Italy

Style:

Rococo

Materials:

wood/bole/gold leaf

Size:

10" L x 7" W x 22" H

Color/Finish:

gold

Why We Love This

Made in Italy in the 1950s for the New York department store B. Altman and Company, this pair of rococo sconces is finished in gold leaf over red bole or clay. Masterfully hand-carved and hand-gilded, each sconce holds two candles (not included).
As described by Max Munn

Why We Love This

Made in Italy in the 1950s for the New York department store B. Altman and Company, this pair of rococo sconces is finished in gold leaf over red bole or clay. Masterfully hand-carved and hand-gilded, each sconce holds two candles (not included).

About Max Munn

With forty years of experience in the art world, Max Munn has put together an extensive collection of antique and vintage art prints and small home furnishings. Trained as an architect, Max has collected artwork of all kinds over the course of a career spent publishing art, owning a sculpture company, and running a prestigious picture-framing company. His collection is varied and fascinating, and includes many works of collectible value.