Antique Victor Saglier Art Nouveau Silver Plate Candelabras



A pair of late nineteenth century silver plate candelabras by Victor Saglier of Paris, France. The pair of candelabras are beautifully detailed in design. These matching Art Nouveau candelabras feature figural flame finials, ram’s head accents on their scrolled acanthus motif arms, floral drip pans, and fluted bodies and bases with raised acanthus designs. Although we have classified these as Art Nouveau, they certainly give nod to Louis XVI style. They are each hallmarked to their bases dates it to the pair of candelabras to the late 1800s.
Victor Saglier (1809-1894) was a well-known silversmith working with silver, gold and silver plate. He was producing in the beginning of the Art Nouveau period. His studio was in Paris, France. Mastery of his silverwork is displayed in design where Saglier draws from the Louis XVI style. His signature includes the city seal of Paris and his initials VS.

Repairs have been made to the arms – see images.


10.0" W x 9.5" H x 5.0" D