Beautiful set of Louis XVI gilt and silvered-wood low-relief arms trophies. One adorned with a buckler and decorated with a foliate rose, the other adorned with a draped cuirass, both with several arms attributes like quivers, arrows, spears, swords and axes. They are garlanded, for one of oak leaves, and for the other, rushes. The flags allude to victory when mace, Hercules attribute, refers to strengh. Dimensions of the smallest trophy: 147 x 91 cm.
Really good condition