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Fine Furniture, Paintings, Ceramics & Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 31

    After Clodion. A Decorative 19th Century Bronze, Gilt Bronze and Marble Clock Set. The clock movement stamped Medaille d'Argent 1855 A 1 12733, striking a bell; the pretty enamel dial painted with swags of roses and set into a square gilt case capped with an Ionic scrolled marble top. The brown patinated figure of Cupid stood to one side lighting embers on a brazier placed on top of the case, with his gilded bow, quiver of arrows, olive branch and love birds on the other side. The breakfront D-ended plinth base embellished with gilt mounts, 14 ins (36 cms) in height. The candelabra in the form of urns raised on three winged infant caryatids and issuing swirling rose branches with candle cups set into five of the flower heads. Standing 15 ins (38 cms) in height on round bases with gilt beading.

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  • LOT NUMBER 32

    A Pair of Fine Quality Gilt Bronze Vases signed F. BARBEDIENNE. Each vase having a waisted collar of fluting above bulbous shoulders cast with bands of laurel and Grecian waves, and mounted with three rams heads festooned in garlands of flowers, with strap supports leading from them down the fluted tapering sides to form claw feet surrounding a seeding pendant finial. Standing 9¾ ins (25`cms) high on stepped triform Griotte Uni marble plinths.

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  • LOT NUMBER 33

    A Splendid Porcelain & Gilt Bronze Egyptianesque Mantel Clock by Japy Frères. The rectangular tapering case inset with ''Sèvres'' porcelain panels painted with figures and hieroglyphics on a turquoise blue ground and signed G. Jamieson Paris around the dial. The decoratively cast gilt frame tapering up to a nulled flat pediment surmounted by the figure of a child Pharaoh stood on a scrolled scallop shell, with two alligators tethered on chains, and holding a trident in his hand. The side columns emanating from the backs of sphinxes and flanking the clock case with urn finials to the top. The breakfront base mounted with an eagle. The movement striking a bell, stamped Japy Frères & Cie. Med. d'honneur and numbered 61630, with corresponding number stamped on the case and the velvet clad giltwood stand, 15½ (40 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 34

    A Pair of Splendid Marble & Gilt Bronze Cassolettes. The Rouge Royale pear-shaped bodies mounted with winged swan-neck handles bearing swagged drapery in their bills and surmounted by foliate cast covers with seeding finial knops. 19¾ ins (50 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 35

    A Pair of Porcelain and Gilt Brass Cassolettes. The pear shaped bodies glazed in a deep ultra-marine blue and mounted with swags of floral garlands hung from the bills of the swan neck handles and tied with ribbon bows to the collar. The foliate cast domed covers surmounted by fir-cone finials. Standing 20 ins (50 cms) in height in fluted pedestals cast with laurel wreaths.

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  • LOT NUMBER 36

    After Clodion. A Fine Bronze Clock Set. The clock movement stamped POPON A PARIS MEDAILLE DE BRONZE having an enamelled dial set into a gilt bronze case festooned in garlands of flowers tied with a flowing ribbon bow to the front and surmount by a brown patinated figure group of Bacchanalian revelers, 23 ½ ins (60 cms) in height. The candelabra in the form of putti wreathed in fruiting vines sat on ornamental gilt pedestals swagged in flowers with cameo medallions hung from ribbons to the fronts. Each child holding a gilt bronze foliated cornucopia issuing four lavishly scrolling down-swept branches bearing candle cups, 25 ins (64 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 37

    A ''Sèvres'' Bisque Bust of Marie Antoinette; her hair dressed with strings of beads and a coronet enhanced with gilding. Standing on a fluted pedestal with a gilt bronze base cast with laurel garlands and paterae to the breakfront canted corners, 14½ ins (37 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 38

    A 19th Century ''Sèvres'' Porcelain inverted teardrop Casket. The hinged cushion lid painted with a basket cascading flowers suspended from a blue ribbon bow and encompassed by a laurel wreath within a pink-ground border of repeated white spots edged in blue dots. The side decorated with similar repeated pattern, 7 ins x 6 ins x 3 ins (18 cms x 16 cms x 7 cms).

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  • LOT NUMBER 39

    A Pair of 19th Century ''Sèvres'' Wine Coolers. Each cooler having gilded scroll handles and a decorative scenic panel either side representing the four seasons with three putti in each panel gathering flowers, harvesting wheat, revelling with grapes and warming themselves by a fire. The panels framed in a band of raised enamel beads flanked by gilded pendant garlands of oak leaves and acorns on a turquoise blue ground. 6 ins (15 cms) in height, 6 ¾ ins (17 cms) in diameter.

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  • LOT NUMBER 40

    A 19th Century ''Sèvres'' Style Consommé Bowl with Cover and Stand decorated with romantic scenes painted in cartouches edged in gilded sprays of flowering foliage and trellis work scrolls on a turquoise blue ground. The cover having a fruiting branch-form handle, with twisted branch-form handles to the sides.

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