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Probably François Rémond

Set of candelabra c. 1787

RCIN 2692

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François Rémond was one of the leading bronze-founders of late eighteenth-century France; he collaborated with many makers and dealers during the course of his career, including Dominique Daguerre, the Paris dealer-decorator whom the Prince charged with the furnishing of Carlton House. These candelabra were probably designed by Daguerre.

Probably supplied to George IV in 1794