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ROYAL COPENHAGEN – TOP-SHAPED BOUQUET HOLDER

TOP-SHAPED BOUQUET HOLDER
Enameled porcelain with spinning polychrome orchids decor, the neck ornamented with three small handles
The cover of the suspension ring in bronze and ropes
Signed with the manufacturer’s stamp in green, numbered 62 in blue for the artist and 5/5 in green
21 cm. in diameter ; 17.5 cm. high

ROYAL COPENHAGEN – “PHALENES” VASE

“PHALENES” VASE
Openwork vase in enameled white and blue porcelain decorated with pepper moths and foliage
Signed with the circular stamp under its base and numbered 1295/777 and 58
Painted by Fr A Richter
14 cm. high

LOUIS LOURIOUX – LA MAISON MODERNE – ABEL LANDRY – VASE, 1902-1904

VASE, 1902-1904
Molded porcelain vase with square shoulders and small neck, decorated with delicate enamel flowers in blue, green and beige heightened in gold
Signed with the monogram
17.5 cm. high

Bibliography
Alastair Duncan, The Paris Salons volume IV : ceramics and glass, Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge, 1998, modèle similaire reproduit p. 285

VICTOR PROUVE – “PORTRAIT DE MLLE PAUL”, 1891

“PORTRAIT DE MLLE PAUL”, 1891
Pastel on wood panel
Signed and dated 1891
The frame in “bois de Sainte-Lucie” (prunus mahaleb)
With the frame: 193 x 135 cm.

Exhibition
Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1892, n. 1331

Bibliography
Chantal Humbert, Les Arts Décoratifs en Lorraine de la fin du XVIIème siècle à l’ère industrielle,
les éditions de l’amateur
, ill. p. 136

RUPERT CARABIN – “FEMME AU CHAT”, 1897-1898

“FEMME AU CHAT”, 1897-1898
Patinated gilt bronze
Signed
49 cm. high

Exhibition
Société nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris 1898
Musée Galliéra, Paris 1934-1935
L’oeuvre de Rupert Carabin, Galerie du Luxembourg, 1974, n. 86 in the exhibition catalogue François-Rupert Carabin, Musée d’Art Moderne de Strasbourg and Musée d’Orsay, 1993, ill. p. 87, n. 66 in the exhibition catalogue

Bibliography
Catalogue de la Société nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1898
G. Geffroy: La vie artistique, 1898, p. 354
Catalogue de l’exposition Carabin au musée Galliéra, 1934-1935
L’oeuvre de Rupert Carabin, Galerie du Luxembourg, 1974, ill. p. 178

EDWARD COLONNA – ART NOUVEAU BING – SALON SUITE, CIRCA 1900

SALON SUITE, CIRCA 1900
Carved mahogany; comprising:
One sofa, two armchairs, two chairs
The sofa: 93 cm. high; 161.5 cm. wide
Each armchair: 101 cm. high; 64 cm. wide
Each chair: 92.5 cm. high; 46 cm. wide

Exhibition
Another example of this salon suite was exhibited at the 1900 Exposition Universelle, Paris, in Siegfried Bing’s pavilion, L’Art Nouveau Bing, with a multitude of artworks including jewellery by Edward Colonna and other furniture and decorative objects by Georges de Feure, Eugène Gaillard and Marcel Bing

GEORGES TONNELIER – “DANSEUSE NUE AUX CYMBALES”, CIRCA 1900

“DANSEUSE NUE AUX CYMBALES”, CIRCA 1900
Satin finish rock crystal; the base in fluorspar
Signed
23 cm. high; 31.5 cm. high including the base
A very fine stone carver, Georges Tonnelier worked mainly with the jeweller Falize
His works are only found in museums and major institutions. The Walter Arts Museum in Baltimore,
Maryland has four rock crystal statuettes and one other is at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia

JULES PAUL BRATEAU – SMALL CASKET, CIRCA 1900

SMALL CASKET, CIRCA 1900
Pâte d’émail
Signed
5 cm. high; 8 cm. long; 5 cm. wide

The mount attributed to Castel-Cléret (the Société Nationale des Beaux Arts catalogue
of 1910 mentions Brateau objects mounted by the firm of Castel-Cléret).

Bibliography
Janine Bloch-Dermant, Guidargus de la Verrerie, 1988, ill. p. 323