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Bergman Egyptian Pharaoh Inkwell & Pen Tray

Amusing and cleverly detailed bronze inkwell from Franz Bergman in the form of a young Pharaoh, seated on the ground with his legs stretched out in front of him while leaning forward and resting on…

Bronze ‘Rockman’ Inkwell & Pen Tray

Beautifully sculpted and finely cast bronze study of a young, bare-chested man working in a stone quarry.  A heavy hammer and a pickaxe lie on the ground at his feet as he strains to move…

Enamelled Secessionist Hot Water Jug

Rarely found enamelled and hand decorated jug with hinged lid from Gebruder Bing of Nuremberg, Germany. Basically white in colour, with a stylish geometric pattern in the Secessionist style on both sides and, in smaller…

Painted Wooden Plaque

Cute painted wooded plaque which probably originally came from the end of a child’s cot or small bed. The wood looks to be lime and has been fashioned with a shaped outline, an ornately carved…

Bronze Trinket Box

Beautifully made small bronze trinket box with a stylised design on the lid depicting a young girl on a balcony waving to her lover as he sails away in the moonlight. Sitting in the stern…

Ormolu Candleholder by Barbedienne

Unusual and distinctive candleholder made in the last quarter of the 19th Century by the Paris founders F. Barbedienne. Gilt bronze with additional silver plated details, it is in the form of a Roman style…

Sphinx Bookends

Art Deco pair of silvered bronze sphinx book-ends by Charles dating from around 1925.  Depicting the full face of the sphinx complete with ornate headdress, these are extremely eye-catching.  The silvered finish contrasts beautifully with…

French Art Deco Display Figure

What a delightful character this chap is – a polychromed plaster original display figure from a Parisian store dating from the late 1920’s to early 30’s. Unfortunately we don’t know what the product was that…

Bonbon Dish in Wrought-Iron Frame

Pretty little French late Art Nouveau bonbon dish from Daum/d’Avesn dating from the early 1920’s. The circular straight-sided bowl is a colourful mottled orange pate-de-verre glass.  This sits inside a fer-forge stand with an arched…

Fabulous Fauns

Pair of wonderful bronze bookends titled "Petits Faunes en Serre-Livre", both signed by the artist Paul Silvestre (1884-1976) and by Susse-Freres, Paris.  Also wih the Susse Fres foundry stamp. Of a boy and girl faun,…

Pair of Secessionist Frames

Unusual and rare matched pair of Secessionist photograph frames dating from the very early 1900’s. Cleverly fashioned from a honey coloured hardwood, they are of an angular openwork design with a further decoration of etched motifs surrounding…

Three Ladies Vase

Attractive and rare Art Nouveau vase in an unusual design on three raised feet, with three sides and an elongated narrow neck. Cast in spelter, each side features a different maiden’s face looking outwards from between…

Mirror and Vide Poche

Art Nouveau figural mirror and vide poche made by Johann Maresch, signed to one side by the artist Aug Olla (Augustus Olla) and showing the year of 1907. Moulded in what appears to be white…

Inkwell by Gurschner

Fabulous patinated bronze inkwell – an ideal gift perhaps for that particular someone who seems to have everything and is so difficult to buy for. By Gustav Gurschner (b 1873) it takes the form of…

Blue Glass Fruit Bowl

Pretty Art Deco fruit bowl.  The circular blue pate de verre glass bowl is housed in a four-legged, dark patinated wrought iron frame with an attractive leafy design and an arched handle. The bowl has…

Water Nymph Vide Poche

Rare and lovely Art Nouveau gilded bronze vide poche by Joseph-Gustave Chéret (1838-94) dating from around 1885-90. A quite delightful design of a young nude girl, a water nymph, lying on a semi-submerged lily pad with…

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