François Rémond

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François Rémond (1747 -1812), was a leading Parisian gilder and bronze caster during the second half of the 1700’s.


He began his apprenticeship in 1763 and became a master in the guild of bronze gilders eleven years later. Rémond built up a successful business patronized by members of the French court and by the marchand-mercier Dominique Daguerre. He collaborated on some pieces with the bronze caster Pierre Gouthière, helping him on some of his larger projects and supplied clockmakers and ébénistes such as David Roentgen with decorative figures and ornaments, as well as finely cast gilt bronze furniture mounts.

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FRANÇOIS RÉMOND (1747-1812)
An Important Pair of Louis XVI Style Four-Light Candelabra
An Important Pair of Louis XVI Style Patinated and Gilt-Bronze Four-Light Candelabra After the Model by François Rémond, now in the Wallace Colle...
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FRANÇOIS RÉMOND (1747-1812)
‘Les Grands Fauns’, A Large and Very Finely Cast Pair of Gilt-Bronze and Patinat...
A Large and Very Finely Cast Pair of Gilt-Bronze and Patinated-Bronze Figural Candelabra On Green Granite Marble Bases, After A Model by François ...
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Adrian Alan