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Bronze Groups Bacchanalia, Mounted as Lamps

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Pair of bronze groups mounted as lamps, featuring a Bacchanalia with four putti playing, holding cups and grapes. Late 19th century-early 20th century cast.

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A pair of French bronze groups mounted as table lamps, featuring a Bacchanalia with four putti playing, holding cups and grapes. Two of them are covered with grape vines. The Bacchanalia were Roman festivals of Bacchus based of various ecstatic elements of the Greek Dionysia. In each group, the standing putto carries on his head the scrolled light arm. The lamps rest on a circular base crafted of green stone.

Circa :1900
Dim: W: 15,7 in - D: 15,7in - H: 32,3in.
Dim: L:40cm, P:40cm, H:82cm.

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Both lamps are in overall very good condition, the stone bases with no chips. Electrified and in working condition. Wear to the lampshades.

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