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Pair of French Empire Bronze Candelabra, c. 1810.
A pair of French Bronze Candelabra, that date from the early 19th century (Empire Period). The french bronze is painted with a charcoal and a gold, it is decorated with a unique pattern of scroll, bead, leaf and floral in the design of holders and the platform. Each centre features a mythological figure of a cherub holding up the candle holders to the sky for light, in attempts to remain in balance on a circular sphere, that may gesture a planet. Each candelabra rests upon a burgundy marble platform with accents of gilt and bronze, it is a simple, yet unique decorative composition.
Measures: 13 inches in height.
Excellent Condition: No repairs. ( Minimal surface scratches on the gold, with small dents upon the rim of the candle holders from gentle use. See images for details on condition.)
This is a lovely round bronze jewelry box from France with a beautifully hand painted picnic scene depicting two women and a gentleman sitting under trees enjoying food and drink. The painting is signed Clo Moret and is quite detailed and fine, it lies over pink fabric and under beveled glass in the lid. The bronze exterior of the box features greek key, bead, shell, ribbon and flowers making it very opulent . The interior of the box has a dark burgundy velvet interior. The box is hinged and all components are in excellent condition.
Measures: 1 3/4 inches high x 4 inches in diameter.
Dates: circa 1900.
Art Deco Gilt Bronze Figure – Artist Signed Drouot
A small art deco figure in gilt bronze on a marble pedestal, signed by the artist Edouard Drouot (1859-1945) from France. The figure is simple, yet sophisticatedly made. It has detailed features in the braided hair, the gaze of the face, and the dress accents the movement and curves of the body. The shawl she carries has a lovely dot and line pattern.
The art deco figure is a beautiful representation of liveness and presence of a figure in a dance.
Measures: 7 inches in height.
Signed: ‘Drouot’ for the artist Edouard Drouot.
Condition: No repairs. (Minimal scratches in the gilt, small scratches are visible in the face (see image))
This English Chinoiserie letter holder is a remarkable example of the Orients influence on art in Britain that started in the 18th century. This diminutive black papier maché letter holder is divided into three section that could hold note cards and smaller envelopes. This holder features a gold Chinoiserie design of very fine quality. Perfect for any decor.
Dates: England, circa 1890
Measures: 6 1/2 inches wide x 3 inches deep x 6 inches high (at the back peak).
Sterling Silver Miniature Telephone Baby’s Rattle
A small art object of a miniature rotary telephone. The base is gloss black bakelite, and the phone is sterling silver with a little rattle. This object was supposedly used as a children’s toy, or infant’s rattle at the time.
This piece is a delightful miniature kitsch object with a humorous dial tone and silver ring.
.925 Sterling Silver
Excellent Condition: (Minimal scratches on the surface from gentle use)
A beautiful Austrian / German claret jug in hand blown cranberry glass, it dates 19th century, circa 1870, during the reign of Queen Victoria. It features a large cranberry glass jug, a pewter mounted decoration with masked faces, and a decorative figural handle with beast, scroll and floral design.
Dates: 19th century, circa 1870. Victorian Period.
Measures: 12 inches tall.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimal surface wear and age.)
A small bronze Art Deco figure of woman on a green marble base. The subject is a woman used by Bruno Zach in many of his works. The figure is signed Zach on the back of the bronze base just below the feet.