Via "Tweedland" The Gentleman's Club
|Le Supreme Bon Ton No. 4|
Image via Wikimedia Commons.
A hand-colored satirical etching on the
Congress of Vienna with five monarchs
playing cards for the countries of Europe
while Napoleon interrupts their game. 1815.
Image: British Museum.
|An Italian bouillotte table of inlaid walnut|
and Ritsona Red marble with
a brass gallery and feet. Circa 1780.
30" high by 27" diameter, currently available at
Florian Papp via 1st Dibs.
|A bouillotte lamp in gilt bronze|
made in Paris circa 1810.
Currently available at the Stockholm
antiques dealer Polstjernan via 1st Dibs.
"Flaton & Priemer, Berlin"
currently available from Harbor View Center
For Antiques via 1st Dibs.
|"Man Reading By Candlelight"|
by the Danish artist Georg-Friedrich Kersting, 1814.
Image via private collection.
|Note the uses of clear glass collars|
(bobeches) to catch the wax candle
drippings of this bouillotte lamp
in this unidentified image from
"Tweedland" The Gentlemen's Club.
|The Blue Room of the White House|
as it appeared circa 2005,
showing a 1902 McKim sofa flanked by
a pair of bouillotte lamps and two bouillotte tables
in a photo by jrazz12 via The White House Museum.