Meissen porcelain Candlestick

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A candlestick consisting of three large shells, as well as widely decorated fields imitating a scallop shell (Picture 5). The shaft is constructed of the rocaille ornament, with figural decoration in the form of two putti and rocaille cartouches bearing the coat of arms of Brühl-Kolowrat-Krakowský family (Picture 4), with a coronet, mantling, and with a sash of the Order of the White Eagle. The rounded part of the candlestick intended for gathering the dripping wax is in the shape of a goblet and is decorated with small raised leaves (Picture 6). The form of the candlestick is modeled on the design of a two putti candlestick, a work of a Paris goldsmith, Juste Aurèle Meissonnier.
The so-called Swan Set, the most famous of porcelain sets, was made by the Royal Manufactory in Meissen during the years 1737–1742, on the commission of Heinrich, Count von Brühl, later the First Minister of Augustus III. He commissioned it for the occasion of his wedding to Maria Anna Kolowrat-Krakowský. The design was created and executed mostly by Johann Joachim Kändler, in cooperation with Johann Friedrich Eberlein and Johann Gottlieb Ehder.

You can unlink the candlestick and the candle if you prefer the empty candlestick.
There is a script in every candlestick named light. You can access it by going into edit mode, then edit linked, select the candle, and then go into content tab and double tap the light. You can change the intensity, glow, color of the light and etc. to your liking.

You can adjust the intensity of the shadows beneath the candlestick by selecting the face of the shadow and lowering the transparency to your liking.
Land impact is 1 for every size below the 1.47m of height for the candlestick with the candle and 0,97m for an empty one.
Number of triangles: 5106 for the candlestick with the candle and 4775 for an empty one.
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Posted June 29, 2019 by Alexandre Lacquey 5 stars

A beautifully-modelled piece, low impact (1LI, literally can't get less), and copiable (hurrah!!). Looks genuinely like real porcelain, which is a delight. Wonderful to find a new seller creating such marvellous things and depleting so many people's treasuries! Excited to see what you come up with next (more porcelain, pllllease!!)

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