Wall lamp Dragon
This sconce model, formerly attributed to Edouard Lièvre, is inspired by the work of the most famous designers such as Viardot.
This sconce represents the audacious marriage of an arm of light with floral inspiration, typical of the first 18th century and the Louis XV style, and an Asian-inspired dragon.
It is composed of a plate from which five arms rise imitating foliage scrolls, surmounted by a cup in the shape of a star-shaped flower, carrying a bobeche similar to a Constance Spry rose.
The extreme quality of the chiseling of the bronze and the finesse of the realization mark the taste for the Far East and deliver a true piece of art intended to decorate the most luxurious interiors around 1880.