Pair of Italian Florentine Sconces with Mirror by Bartolozzi & Maioli 1950 circa
A 20th century pair of decorative Italian Florentine sconces, foliate hand-carving, four armed mirrored wall lights, large size polychrome sconces painted with bordeaux and green accents and silver-leaf mecca finish by Bartolozzi & Maioli in Florence.
Four-light wall sconces inspired to a reliquary shape, with curved iron arms ending with E14 candle bulbs and an oval small mirror in the upper part.
Coming from Tuscany, from a private Rustico near Florence, they are in good condition, with wear consistent with use, minor painting losses and a distressed, shaded finish.
Italian working wiring. They date back to the Mid-20th century.
They are very decorative, with a deep carving, nice original patination and lovely proportions.
height: 66.5 cm
width: 51.5 cm
depth: 26.5 cm
Measures: Height: 49 cm, width: 25 cm, (panel 20 cm) depth: 16 cm.
A pair of Louis XV style gilded bronze three-armed antique wall sconces, of French origin, dating back to first half of 1900. Acanthus leaf scrolling arms with leaf bobeche drip pans and bulbous candle sconces, original and beautiful bronze casting and superb quality fire brilliant gilding. They hanged the walls of a a private residence in Milan. They are just candle holders now, no wiring, Excellent condition.