French Early 18th Century Rococo Gray and Cream Painted Candlesticks, Sold Each

French Rococo period early 18th century two tone light gray and cream painted candlesticks, with authentic patina, priced and sold each. These French Rococo period candlesticks from the early 18th century are exquisite embodiments of historical artistry and elegance. Each candlestick features a harmonious two-tone painted finish of light gray complemented by antique cream/beige trim, a combination that exudes a refined yet understated luxury. The authentic patina, marked by time with some chips and wear, tells the story of their centuries-long journey, adding depth and character that only age can bestow. The candlesticks are intricately carved with volutes and acanthus leaves, a testament to the Rococo era's love for curves, natural motifs, and ornate details. This craftsmanship not only reflects the period's artistic trends but also the skill of the artisans who created these pieces. In a contemporary home, these candlesticks could serve as a striking decorative element, adding a touch of historical charm and sophistication to any room. They could be placed on a mantelpiece, a dining table, or a console table, either holding candles to cast a warm, inviting glow or simply displayed as objects of art. Their two-tone color scheme allows them to blend seamlessly with various color palettes, while their rich history makes them a conversation piece. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, these candlesticks are a connection to the past, offering a tangible link to the opulence and creativity of the Rococo period. Priced and sold individually, they present an opportunity to own a piece of 18th-century artistry, bringing a piece of French history into the modern home. Whether used for lighting or as decorative objects, these candlesticks will add an element of timeless elegance and storied beauty to any space.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 21.75"H
Inventory Number: YY54
Price: $1,250 (Each)