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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 two dragonflies dancing around her head.
Showing inside the tray the signature Joseph Chéret and numbered 37. The underside marked E. Soleau – Paris.
The condition is excellent with just a little rubbing to the finish on the highest points. Length is 24 cm and it stands around 3.5 cm high on its raised oval foot.