Superb and rare xviii era house lantern in large white iron. 53 cm high, and 32 cm wide at the level of the metal crosses protecting the windows on each side. Object rarely find in this state because fragile and minimalist. This lantern was rearranged at the end of the xixeme and served as.
Electrified suspension in an entrance hall of an old bourgeois house. The dragon and lion motifs on the windows were added at the end xix eme, adhesive glued over when the lantern was suspended see photos n°10 and n°11 of the bullish on the windows surrounded in black.Not to be confused with adhesive trace placed later surrounded in blue. Chains with rings (end xix eme) were added at the same time as the adhesives, to suspend it (see picture 12 of the chain). The four rings passed through the looped volutes at the end of the roof of the lantern. (chains and rings are not included in the sale) and a thread.
Fabric electric would come in from the top to end up with an electric socket inside. This lantern is much older, it is a lantern to wear that is used in the xviii eme and early xix eme to illuminate by moving in the house or in.It's a very nice work of art. Popular, very nice condition of conservation in its juice.
This lantern is decorated with an open-plan roof that can make you think of tiles. Iron folding trace and small partial weld. (the history of welding dates back to the age of metal creation). Do not hesitate to contact me for further information.This item is in the category "art, antiques\ objects of xixe and before". The seller is "antikintemporel34" and is located in this country: en. This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.