Assembly of underwater excavation objects
Assembly Of Underwater Excavation Objects
“Underwater Archeology III” Assembly of original parts from South-East Asia (Vietnam?)
Crockery, bowl, saucers and corals 24.5X 22 X 11.5 cm.
Still coming from the collection of our scholar from Pau, this third and final group presents elements of underwater archeology, but has not, of course, been found as follows : local artisans grouping together different objects from the depths of seas to obtain harmonious and seductive groups like this one where a small plate with blue decoration and green and red saucers and bowls covered with concretions or various shells were assembled “as they could have been ….
A support for the imagination and dreams …
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Gothic keystone Carved stone 26 X 25 X 21 cm. Although Gothic probably from the second half of the 13th century, this keystone with four ridges
(Français) Ancienne très grand bouilloire perse|:en]Ancient big persian kettle
Persian 18th century Chiseled red copper and cast bronze. The re-use of the central part which dates from the 18th century or earlier, completed
Very large dionysian cup
Grand Tour 19ème siècle «Grand Tour»: grand cratère dionysiaque, seconde moitié XIXe, bronze patine médaille 24 X 36 X 26 cm. Ce modèle se
Monkey eating a fruit
Thomas François Cartier 1879 – 1943 Enamelled terracotta with thick gray, brown and green glaze 22 X 10 X 21 cm. The author, a formidable
19th century harvest table or winegrowers’table Oak top 100 X 113 cm, height 73 open, 113 closed. This type of tilting top table is also
Jacques Adnet 1900 – 1984 Table / rolling service in chrome and mirror”. Frame in round and square chrome or nickel-plated tubes,
Rocking Chair / Schaukelfauteuil” circa 1900
Thonet Frères Hot bent wood and cane 108 X 56 X 138 cm. Since Patriarch Michael, who had the idea of industrially manufacturing thermoformed wood
Two safari armchairs
Kaare Klint Wood and leather. The Danish designer created this model in 1933, taking inspiration from English colonial removable chairs. It has
Pedestal Element Of Crucifix
Pedestal Element Of Crucifix In Intarsia XVIIth Northern Italy Although fragmentary and presenting lacks and accidents, this element is
Large Art-Nouveau planter in silvered metal by Victor Saglier Silvered metal circa 1890, 12 X 39 X 18 cm, complete with its tray with its rings,