Quite delightful oil on canvas portrait of a young girl, perhaps no older than seven or eight years of age, painted by the French artist Édouard Alexandre Sain (1830-1910). Dressed in her Sunday best clothes…
Heart-shaped silver locket by Meyle & Mayer made in Pforzheim, Germany circa 1900. Beautifully enamelled on the face with two snowdrops set against a background that is guilloche enamelled in shades of blue graduating through…
This iconic sculpture by Jean de Roncourt, which is arguably his most admired work, is more usually seen in spelter. However, a much smaller number were cast in bronze and this particular piece is a…
Square columnar glass vase from Legras MontJoye made at their Pantin glassworks around 1910. Primarily of clear glass, smooth on the inside and acid etched on the outer, giving a dappled and frosted appearance. Decorated…
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An appealing pair of Art Deco cold-painted spelter panthers which, although unmarked, were almost certainly cast at the Le Verrier foundry in the late 1930’s.
A peaceful scene as the animals who, it’s clear to see, enjoy a close bond, relax in a seated position while both glancing in the same direction at something that has obviously caught thier eye.
The figures are finished in a dark antique green colour that suits them very well.
Secured to a black and white striated marble base measuring 30 by a little over 9 cm. The height is around 15 cm.