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LS 4224

Date : XVIIIth century | Medium : openwork and cold formed iron, originally gilded


This chandelier is mounted on a base decorated with a net above which the name of Jehova is inscribed within a triangle in a console. This console is surrounded by rays and embellished with leaves. The work is thought to come from a church in Paris. It features twelve candlesticks in a presumed reference to the twelve apostles. The beak of the eagle was used to suspend the reserved sacrament. The shaft is also hidden and adorned with a bouquet of roses.