French Drinking Fountain Model by Charles Auguste Lebourg, France, 1872
Sir Richard Wallace was a Francophile philanthropist that donated fifty drinking fountains to the city of Paris. The drinking fountains were designed by Charles Auguste Lebourg after a sketch by Wallace and were made by the famed Val d'Osne foundries in Haute Marne. This is a model made of wood and a cast composite material.
H 6.88 in. x W 13.5 in. x D 13.25 in.