Pierre-Victor Ledure

Pierre-Victor Ledure (1783-1870) was the son of Laurent Ledure and Marie-Marguérite née Lainé who died when he was only five in 1788, shortly before the French Revolution. Ledure was apprentice under the renowned bronzier, André-Antoine Ravrio (1759-1814). He received many important commissions during the Empire period, enjoying the patronage from a wealthy international clientele. Today one can find examples of his work in many important private and public collections including the Museo de Reloges at Jerez de la Frontera, the Royal Palace in Madrid, the Royal Pavilion at Brighton and also the British Embassy in Paris.

Discover the Empire mantel clocks , Empire candelabra and candlesticks and other decorative art objects by Pierre-Victor Ledure and other artists in our gallery.