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The name of this lamp base is taken from the Château de Sully which is situated on the eastern side of the Loire valley. The château is famous for its wide moats, high towers and pepper pot roofs. Originally this was the grand manor for the Dukes of Sully. Maximilien de Béthune, first duke of Sully (1560 - 1641) was the right hand man to Henry IV of France. Sully was pivotal in the building of centralised administration in France.
The painted surface of these lamp bases imitates the colour and texture of stone from the Loire region.
|Height||13.00 inch||(33.02 cm)|