Mario Buatta

Pair of Mario Buatta Battersea Enamel Style Candlestick Lamps

Late 20th Century

Designed for Frederick Cooper. The ceramic candlesticks of fluted, French 19th-century form, the rounded bases with panels of alternating hand-painted polychrome flowers and green leaves, the columns with further alternating lines of polychrome flowers, each knob gilt-rimmed, the design further repeated on the capitals, fitted with removable brass harps.

Height: 25.75 inches x Width: 6.75 inches x Depth: 5.25 inches Height to Top of Candlestic: 12 inches


Mario Buatta

Mario Buatta was one of America's most prominent interior decorators of the late 20th century. Acclaimed for his version of the layered English Country House style and mastery of color, he was known as the Prince of Chintz.