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Win Two Tickets to an Exclusive Event
Image Credit: Candelabrum, Possibly François Rémond, France, 1783 – 1786 © The Wallace Collection.jpg

Wallace Collection - Win Two Tickets to an Exclusive Event

We’re giving away two tickets to an exclusive evening at the Wallace Collection’s fascinating new exhibition, Gilded Interiors.

Competition Ends: 04/05/2017

Discover the beautiful and delicate world of 18th century French design. We’re giving away two tickets to an exclusive evening at the Wallace Collection’s fascinating new exhibition, Gilded Interiors: French Masterpieces of Gilt Bronze on 15 May.
 
Gilt bronze was an immensely intricate and often overlooked art-form used to decorate the homes of late 18th century French noblemen. Clocks, candelabras and firedogs were all created in this decorate style, for notable individuals such as Marie Antoinette and the Prince of Wales.
 
This amazing prize allows the winner to peruse the finest examples of gilt bronze on an exclusive after-hours event. The evening will include a special drinks reception and a one-off tour from a Wallace Collection curator. It’s the most luxurious event around!
 
Win two tickets to an exclusive evening event at the Wallace Collection’s Gilded Interiors: French Masterpieces of Gilt Bronze on 15 May. For more information on Gilded Interiors, see the Wallace Collections website.

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