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ALEXIS ANDRE – TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1900

TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1900
Bronze with a brown patina. The base is decorated with berries
Signed and marked I H F Fondeur Paris and COPYRIGHT BY A ANDRÉ. With foundry mark
53 cm. high

Exhibition
Salon des artistes français, Paris, 1903

Bibliography
L’Art Décoratif aux Expositions des Beaux-Arts, 1er volume, 1903, ill. pl. 77

GEORGES DE FEURE – PAIR OF CANDELABRAS, CIRCA 1900

PAIR OF CANDELABRAS, CIRCA 1900
Patinated bronze, each flower holder in Louis Comfort Tiffany glass and the shades after a model by L.C Tiffany
50 cm. high

The original drawing of this design by Georges De Feure is kept in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris.
(See: Gabriel P. Weisberg, L’Art Nouveau Bing – Paris Style 1900, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., publishers, New York, 1986, p. 174, n. 34.)

Exhibition
Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900 (Bing pavilion)
Georges de Feure 1868-1943, Musée Van Gogh, Amsterdam, 26 November 1993-13 February 1994, ill. p. 88 n. 103 in the exhibition catalogue
Georges de Feure – Du symbolisme à l’art nouveau (1890-1905), Musée départemental Maurice Denis, Saint-Germain-En-Laye and Fondation Neumann, Gingins, Switzerland, March-September 1995, p. 91, n. 109 in the exhibition catalogue

Bibliography
Art et Décoration, January 1901, ill. p. 87
L’Art Décoratif, April 1901, ill. p. 23
La Décoration Ancienne et Moderne, 10th year, ill. pl. 36

PAUL BRINDEAU DE JARNY – PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS, CIRCA 1900

PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS, CIRCA 1900
Chased and silvered melted bronze with a design of ivy
Signed
29 cm. high

Identical model at the Petit Palais, inv. OGAL 00136

Exhibition
Société des Artistes Décorateurs, Paris, 1904

Bibliography
Karin Blanc, Ferronnerie en Europe au XXème siècle, éditions Monelle Hayot, 2015, ill. p. 153

FREDERIC BOUCHERON – PAUL LEGRAND – E. QUEILLE – SET OF SIX SPOONS, CIRCA 1873

SET OF SIX SPOONS, CIRCA 1873
Designed by Paul Legrand and executed by
E. Queille

Silver, niello and vermeil decorated with motifs inspired by the Japanese grammar, each different;
in its original case
Impressed with maker and French Minerva marks
Each spoon: 12.5 cm. long

The decor designed by Paul Legrand was registered in 1873 as ”Service Japonais”

Exhibition
A group of the «Service Japonais» was shown at the exhibition dedicated to Boucheron
at the Jacquemard-André museum in 1988, n. 124 in the catalogue

EUGENE FEUILLATRE – INKWELL “PAVOT”, CIRCA 1898

INKWELL “PAVOT”, CIRCA 1898
Silver, with an enamelled decor of peacock feathers highlighted with gold; the lid in silver stylized as a poppy seed
Signed underneath and with maker’s mark on the lid
7 cm. high; 9 cm. diameter

Exhibition
Salon des Artistes français, 1898
French Jewellery of the Nineteenth Century – A Loan Exhibition, Wartski, London, 13-23 June 2001,
p. 51, n. 263 in the catalogue for a similar design illustrated

Bibliography
L’Art décoratif moderne, juin 1898, Les objets d’art aux salons by Arthur Maillet, ill. p. 133
Art et Décoration, 1904, vol. I, p. 39
Maurice Rheims, L’Objet 1900, Paris, 1964, ill. p. 34, pl. 18
Die Jugenstil Sammlung, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, vol. I, cat. n°655
Michael Koch et al, The Belle Epoque of French Jewelry, 1850-1910, 1989, pl. 179

Eugène Feuillâtre started his career in 1890 as head of René Lalique’s enamelling workshop which he led for seven years.
Considered as one of the best enameller of his time, he was also a talented sculptor and goldsmith.
His creations were displayed for the first time in 1898 at the Salon of the Société des Artistes Français.
This exhibition brought him great success. During that year, he also acted as a member of the jury alongside Lalique
and Fouquet for an exhibition at the New Gallery in London. By 1899, he began working on his own.
He also joined the Belgian association «Libre Esthétique» and the Société des Artistes Français with whom he exhibited
until 1910.
The year 1900 brought him a gold medal at the Paris World Exhibition. This inkwell is one of his earliest and most
accomplished work. Other examples of this inkwell can be found in European museums such as the
Musée de l’horlogerie et de l’émaillerie, Musées d’Art et d’Histoire de la Ville in Geneva, Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris,
Hessisches Landesmuseum in Darmstadt, the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg, and the Kunstgewerbemuseum in Budapest.

LOUIS MAJORELLE – ERNEST BUSSIERE – KELLER & GUERIN – PITCHER, CIRCA 1900

PITCHER, CIRCA 1900
Glazed stoneware, stylized vegetal decoration in relief
Signed K.G. Lunéville Bussière
28.5 cm. high

Another example of this model is part of the Collections of the museum of Lunéville, inv. n. C337

Exhibition
Céramiques végétales – Ernest Bussière et l’Art Nouveau, musée de l’Ecole de Nancy,
21 June-25 September 2000, ill. p. 43, n. 40 in the catalogue

Bibliography
Buffet-Challié, Laurence, Le Modern Style, Baschet et Cie Editeurs, ill. p. 112, n. 1
Roselyne Bouvier, Majorelle, Editions Serpenoise, La Bibliothèque des Arts, 2009, ill. p. 32
Paul Arthur, French Art Nouveau Ceramics / An Illustrated Dictionary, éditions Norma, 2015, ill. p. 83

ALBERT DAMMOUSE – PIERRE ROCHE – PLATE, CIRCA 1900

PLATE, CIRCA 1900
Stoneware
Stamped A DAMMOUSE, with the letter (for Sèvres)
23 cm. diameter

Bibliography
Paul Arthur French, Art Nouveau Ceramics: An Illustrated Dictionary, Norma éditions, 2015, ill. p. 327

No other similar piece executed by Dammouse is known to exist. Nevetheless we know Alexandre Bigot executed similar works designed by the sculptor Pierre Roche, who collaborated with Dammouse. This piece is probably a result of their collaboration

PAUL FOLLOT – LA MAISON MODERNE – HAND MIRROR, CIRCA 1902

HAND MIRROR, CIRCA 1902
Gilt and chased copper with turquoise cabochon
Signed
28 cm. long

Bibliography
Der Modern Stil, Julius Hoffmann junior, A Guérinet, Librairie d'Art Décoratif, volume 4, ill. pl. 76, n.4
Documents sur l'Art Industriel au XXème siècle, édition de La Maison Moderne, Paris, Objets en métal, ill.p. 21, ref. 1072-1
Léopold Diego Sanchez, Paul Follot: un artiste décorateur parisien, AAM Editions, 2020, ill. p. 32

FRENCH – CHAMPAGNE GLASS, CIRCA 1900

CHAMPAGNE GLASS, CIRCA 1900
Silver and clear glass with a design of foliage
With French Minerva mark and bearing the inscription:
A . F .
20 Octobre 1826
20 Octobre 1906
12 cm. high
9.5 cm. diameter