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Here is a very elegant pair of sconces in bronze with brown patina and bronze with golden patina from the Empire period.

This model can easily be attributed to Lucien-François Feuchère or Pierre-Philippe Thomire thanks to the decorative elements identical to those of a series of four pairs of sconces delivered by Lucien-François Feuchère, intended for the gallery of the castle of Meudon between 1810. and 1811 (see photo) as well as the work of the sconces of a pair of candelabras delivered by Thomire and Duterme on July 11, 1810 for the Empress's bedroom at the Tuileries Palace (see photo).

Indeed, we find there:

-2 cornets of abundance highlighted with a long acanthus leaf and starting with a swan's head

-a ball on which the branches of light are adapted

-a ring of very fine streaks at the exit of the cornucopias, just before the cups

Our wall lights continue their decoration with two large palmettes ending in a flower button, and their bobeches are finely chiseled with a pattern of braces.


I offer here a pair of high quality wall lights both in the bronze chasing and the quality of its original gilding.



-L'Heure, Le Feu, La Lumière, the bronzes from the Mobilier National 1800-1870, Marie-France Dupuy-Baylet, Éditions Faton, p.170 and p.215.

Feuchère / Thomire Duterme: Pair of Empire Period Sconces

  • Dimensions

    Height: 20cm

    Width (from arm to arm): 18.5cm

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