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Interior fitted with drawers and reliquary cabinet.
20" Wide x 13" Deep x 15" High
With Iron Hardware
14.5” Square x 4” High
The drawers and fittings appear to be original.
18” Wide x 11” Deep x 12” High
Original Paint, Green and Grey
15.5” Wide x 12” Deep x 25.5” High
80" Wide x 57" High
Swiss Music Box,
Rosewood, Tulipwood, Ormolu, Brass
Hexagonal Mother of Pearl
16ʺ Wide × 20ʺ Deep × 2.5ʺHigh
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With Faces and Other Designs
Circa First Quarter Of The 20Th Century
Thought to be by E. F. Caldwell and Company, New York
22.5" Wide x 23.5" Deep x 82" High
Various Colors and Sizes Available
Green Velvet Interior
Circa 1760 - 1780
22" Wide x 9" Deep x 23" High
By Jose a Cuhna
When you are feeling like you are in the dog house.
From A House In Philadelphia
Carved Lions Heads
⚜️1840-1916 As a young frenchman Emile worked as an apprentice in his father’s foundry and then in 1865 he takes over and begins creating and developing master works and processes.
He exhibited his works at the great Exposition Universelle in 1889 and was awarded a silver medal for his bronze figure of “Arabe en Marche”.
This opulent fantasy signed gilt bronze wine porringer measuring nearly 12” depicts a Satyr shouldering a nautilus with the face of Bacchus cresting on the outer edge of the shell and a recumbent leopard with his head raised and gazing outward is a delight to behold.
Circa 19th Century
Inspired from the original which measures over 17 feet tall and was unveiled in February 1667 in the Piazza della Minerva in Rome by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), this 20th century example incorporates elements from earlier periods in an astonishing vibrant and magical way.
This master work is perfect for the collector and connoisseur of fine decorative objects. ⚜️
Katherine Eustace wrote: “What Shakespeare is to drama, Bernini may be to sculpture: the first pan-European sculptor whose name is instantaneously identifiable with a particular manner and vision, and whose influence was inordinately powerful…."
26” High x 13” Wide
36” High x 13” Wide
The cockatrice was first described in its current form in the late fourteenth century.
The Oxford English Dictionary gives a derivation from Old French cocatris, from medieval Latin calcatrix, a translation of the Greek ichneumon, meaning tracker. The twelfth century legend was based on a reference in Pliny's Natural History that the ichneumon lay in wait for the crocodile to open its jaws for the trochilus bird to enter and pick its teeth clean. An extended description of the cocatriz by the 15th-century Spanish traveller in Egypt, Pedro Tafur, makes it clear that this refers to th Nile crocodile.
Circa 1780 - 1840
10" High x 14" Diameter
In Bronze With Gold Inclusions
By Archimede Seguso
With Original Foil Lables
Jar 7.25" H x 3.75" Diameter.
Bowl 4.75" Diameter
8" High x 13" Diameter