Bronze plates depicting the St Bruno’s life
Remarkable set of 16 plates a little bas-relief depicting scenes from the St. Bruno’life, the founder of the Chartreux order, made after 16 LE SUEUR’s paintings, painted to adorn the small cloister of the convent of Chartreux in Paris between 1645 and 1648. Louis XVI gave the paintings at the Louvre in 1776.
They were before silvered. Frame style Louis XIII 1920’s.
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,
Silver Damasquine Iron Box 18.8 X 4.7 X 13.4 cm, Middle East, circa 1930. A light cleaning was enough for this lovely box with the slightly domed
Assembly of underwater excavation objects
Assembly Of Underwater Excavation Objects “Underwater Archeology III” Assembly of original parts from South-East Asia (Vietnam?) Crockery, bowl,
Divinatory calendar Batak Indonesia
Bamboo cylinder 34.7 high by 6.5 cm in diameter, base 8 cm in diameter. The succession of our Pau scholar has led us to many researches to
Gogotte of Fontainebleau
Silica 17 X 10 X 10 cm approximately Real natural sculptures, the gogottes of Fontainebleau are only found in France in a geological layer called
Elephant and baby elephant
Bronze and nuts 4.8 X 6.5 X 6.5 cm approximately. I really like this type of composite curiosity, much rarer than if it were in bronze only.
Spray perfume bronze and shell
19th Spray Total height 20 cm. In the register ” curiosities” and from the same collection as our elephants “walnut”, I
(Français) Miniature : portrait de jeune fille
French school end 19th century Cardboard 6.6X5.3 cm, frame 10.5 x 8.2 cm. Superb impressionist portrait which I acquired twenty years ago, and
Large Vallauris flowerpot
Delphin Massier This big flowerpot (27 X 35 cm!) Is the work of an illustrious member of a famous family of ceramists from Vallauris who produced