A pair of Napoleonic Wall Lights
A pair of large and spectacular, early 20th century French Empire (Napoleon 1st) style triple-light wall sconces, the central stem in the shape of a quiver and arrows holding three swan-neck sconces. The swan was the symbol of Josephine Bonaparte, after Baudin brought back black swans to France from South Australia. Area of Paris, circa 1930.
Condition report: In good and un-restored condition, fully re-wired to Australian safety standards.
Dimensions: Height 42 cm, width 27