Pair of Maison Boin Taburet Sterling Silver Two Light Candelabra , Paris c.1890

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Pair of Maison Boin Taburet Sterling Silver Two Light Candelabra , Paris c.1890

$5,500.00

Description

Pair of Maison Boin Taburet Sterling Silver Two Light Candelabra , Paris c.1890. A partnership formed between jeweler Emile Taburet and his son-in-law Georges Boin, Boin-Taburet were responsible for re-introducing the Louis XV style to Parisian metalwork in the late 1880’s. They received one of the principle awards at the Paris World Exhibition in 1889. This pair of two-light candelabra exemplify the quality of these extraordinary artisans. Excellent construction and detail.  Each stands 6 1/2″ tall, measure 7 1/2″ from arm to arm and weigh 20 oz. Both are in excellent original condition and hallmarked on base. 

The firm is considered to have re-introduced the Louis XV style to Parisian metalwork in the late 1880’s
The firm is considered to have re-introduced the Louis XV style to Parisian metalwork in the late 1880’s
The firm is considered to have re-introduced the Louis XV style to Parisian metalwork in the late 1880’s