This artworks can be included to your collection :
de France’s coat of arms fountain by Jacques de Lajoue Maybe drawn for the Chateau de Choisy (noted on the back) Louis XV period H. 1 ft. 3 in. ; W. 1 ft The sculpture allegory by Jacques de Lajoue, unsigned pen and ink wash drawing. Typical work of the finest “rocaille” period. We can compare this drawing with a suit of ‘Modèle de buffets’ and the “The Bath of the Sultana”. Jacques de Lajoue…
PLATE WITH RADIATING DECORATION France (Rouen) Circa 1700-1720 Plate with blue and red radiating pelmets decoration, shells, foliage leaves and flowers at the center. Diameter : 9,7 in. Origins : – Robert Damilaville’s collection (sticker) – Sold in Paris – december 22nd, 1894. – Pierre Vandermeersch’s collection (sticker) – 31 rue des Saints Pères, Paris.
A Rouen earthenware wall “Bouquetière” Poterat’s workshop, circa 1710-1720 H. 3,8 in ; W. 6,9 in ; D. 3,5 in Blue and red underglaze flower ornaments on a band, alternately with red crosses and red foliages on blue background.
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…
Louis XIV table with floral marquetry in the manner of Pierre Gole (1620-1684) Adorned with flower arrangements on the plateau (surrounded by a bronze mold) – on three sides, on the feet, with a simple veneer at the back it opens with a large drawer. Louis XIV Style H. 31,8 in. ; W. 37,4 in. ; D. 22,8 in. With an undeniable decorative effect, this table made around 1850 will immerse you in the great French taste of the seventeenth century. It…
Lady desk said ‘Bonheur du Jour’ Louis XVI period, Parisian work, circa 1780 Stamped Jacques-Laurent COSSON Bonheur du jour based on tapered legs and fluted, wearing high shoes finely chiseled in bronze water leaves and wearing rings denticles. This piece of furniture called ‘bonheur du jour’, typical of very feminine productions of the late eighteenth century, could at the same time serve as extra office, dressing table, small cabinet with shelves presentation and marble top.…
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.
Pedestal with Chimeras By Jean-Joseph Chapuis (1765-1864) Brussels, about 1810-1820 Materials: mahogany, patinated and gilded wood, turquoise blue capella marble Dimensions: H. 76.5 cm; D. 74 cm Stamp: unsigned Resting on a mahogany veneer plinth and ornamented with barrel-shaped bronze wheels, this pedestal stands by a central Doric column flanked by three carved wooden Eels, patinated in the color of bronze and embossed with gilding on the crests, teeth and eyes. All support a circular…
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.
Gaspare LOPEZ (Naples 1650 – Florence 1732) Still life : obelisk with a potted orange tree View : H. 10 in ; W. 2’1″ By Gaspare Lopez, the Italian flowers master of the 17th century – called “Gaspare dei Fiori” A great rococo sculpted vase with a potted and flowered orange tree, an obelisk in the background. On the left, flowers and reeds are reflected in a pond. Flowers highlighted in the center of the painting is a…