Wall lamp, Pair of Faux Pistoles from the Napoleonic era electrified (2)

Description
Wall lamp, Pair of Faux Pistoles from the Napoleonic era electrified (2)
France - Brass, Bronze, Wood

Pair of fake electrified Napoleonic period pistols.

Very old wall lamps in the shape of prestigious weapons, there is no firing mechanism on these lamps, the bodies of the lamps, very faithful replicas of this weapon manufactured in Saint- Etienne, France, used from 1805 to 1815 by the French cavalry, is entirely in solid wood and bronze. The electrical system being original, (should be completely replaced to better meet the latest standards) or they can be kept as such as collector's items. The date of production of these pieces is around 1900, they are decorated with many details, coats of arms and faces are engraved on the bronze parts. To date, only 2 other identical pairs have surfaced, all in the USA.

Lot details
No. of items
2
Object
Pair of Faux Pistoles from the Napoleonic era electrified, Wall lamp
Material
Brass, Bronze, Wood
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
12×21×30 cm
Weight
990 g
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