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Pair of Napoleon III marble urn form candelabra, attributed to Henri Picard, Paris, with gilt bronze floral and figural mounts. Each comprised of two white marble urns, each surmounted by three gilt bronze arms modeled as leaves and flowers with petal shaped candle cups, with mermaid caryatid handles and gilt bronze acanthus pedestal feet. Each is mounted on a stepped marble base with four circular gilt bronze feet. 16 3/4" H x 9" W. French, third quarter 19th century. Note: Fondeur and Doreur Henri Picard was in business by 1831 in Paris. His firm supplied objects to Emperor Napoleon III's apartments at the Louvre and was known for its fine quality bronzes and tableware. The Estate of James W. Perkins, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Overall very good condition with very light scattered wear and light scattered oxidation.