SOLD! for $2,280.00.
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- High Estimate: $1,800.00
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Pair of Herend porcelain candelabra "vases a tete de Elephant," after the original Sevres design by Jean-Claude Duplessis. Each vase of baluster form with ruffled rim, the neck with applied figural elephant heads with trunks supporting two candle sockets above gilt handles, the bodies with polychrome painted foliate and bird cartouche decoration on blue grounds, and a pedestal base with four scrolled feet. 1st half 20th century blue Herend mark to the bases. Additionally impressed Herend mark along with C506. 16" H x 13 1/8" W x 6 1/2" D. The Estate of William Pursell, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: One vase overall very good condition. One vase with old repaired breaks to underside of both candle sockets, otherwise overall good condition.