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White porcelain biscuit low relief After Jacques-Louis David : Napoléon passant le col du Grand Saint Bernard Sèvres manufactory, circa 1810 H. 9 in. ; W. 7 in. After the original painting by David, located in the Chateau de la Malmaison (dated 1801). Original gilt wood frame.
A spaniel bringing a pheasant By Prosper Lecourtier (1851-1924) – Signed on the base. Bronze with numismatic patina. H. 4,5 in ; Total Width : 6,3 in Prosper LECOURTIER (1851-1924) French animal sculptor, Prosper Lecourtier learns in the Emannuel fremiet’s studio. Inheriting his passion for animals, however he produced smaller works. Expressing his talent in various hunting scenes, he differs from his master by the expression of the movement of his subjects. Lecourtier, by his…
Candlesticks pair By Jean-Charles Delafosse Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1780 H. 19,5 cm (7,7 in) Made in white Carrara marble and gilt bronze, this candlesticks was quiver shaped, inspired by the drawings of Jean-Charles Delafosse for the Comte d’Artois in his bedroom in the Château de Bagatelle.
Impressionist’s white roses By Raymond Quibel Rouen’s impressionist school, first half of the XXth century H. 12,6 in. ; W. 16 in. Provenance : Private collection in Grenoble, work acquired from the artist then transmitted by inheritance to the last owner. Original gilt wood frame. Raymond QUIBEL (1883-1978) Raymond Quibel exhibited at the “Salon de l’École française” in 1912 and 1913 and then to “Société des Artistes Rouennais”, the “Société Nationale des Beaux Arts” in 1922…
Three compartment salt cellar Soft porcelain – Sèvres blue mark at the back; mark of painter : g Transition period, circa 1770 H. 3.5 in – D. 3.6 in Three compartment basket shaped salt cellar, linked by basket-handle with gilt ribbons knotted on the top. White background decorated with nets and friezes (leaf gilding refurbishment) This triple salt cellar model, known as à trois compartiments, was invented by the Manufacture de Sèvres at the end of 1760 (Svend Eriksen, Sèvres Porcelain, The James A. Of Rothschild Collection…
Table with stylized flowers inlay Louis XV period, around 1750 H. 71 cm; L. 50 cm; P. 36 cm In the manner of Léonard Boudin’s models, this small table with feet called “in needle”, is decorated on each side and the tray of stylized flowers in Kingwood on a background of Satin wood. It opens with a side drawer.
Adult Turquoise parakeet, ringed Born in Belgium in 2011 L. 20 cm; Diameter: 3.9 cm Ring of the BOF (Belgian Ornithological Federation) n ° 3,9 / 11 – 002 – BOF – AC 677 The Turquoisine Parakeet (Neophema pulchella) is a small endemic parrot in Australia.
Very rare 18th century ebony and ivory octant Georges II – Louis XV period, ca. 1750 Radius : 17,8 in Octant ebony and ivory – Signed by the French dealer Decard Bordeaux, retaining the name of the manufacturer * GREGORY fecit * Henry Gregory, optician and manufacturer of measuring instruments in London between 1744 and 1782. Same octant is presented in the collections of the Independence Seaport Museum in Philadelphia – that belonged to John Barry, founder…
Dish with vegetal decoration Provenance : Shipwreck Treasure of Hoi An Viet Nam Ming Dynasty, around 1430 In 1999 off the coast of Hoi An on the Sea Dragon, a Vietnamese fisherman discovered in his nets several bowls and fragments of pottery decorated in blue on white background. Back to earth and talking about his discovery, experts suggest a dating to the mid-fifteenth century. Very quickly was sent on a barge excavation to proceed with the estimation of…
18th century Russian walrus ivory box Archangelsk, ca. 1780-1790 H. 4,92 in ; W. 9,25 in ; D. 5,31 in 18th century walrus ivory inlaid box, typical of the Archangelsk city, locted on the White Sea in northern Russia.