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Art Nouveau Parrot Mirror
French freestanding or wall hung mirror with gilt pewter panelling of birds and foliage with glass cabouchon stones. It measures 20 inches wide by 15.5 inches high (51cm x 40cm). Condition is vintage but very good with some minor hazing to the original glass.

Ref: MR230 . . . £495

Candeur by De Ranieri
A pretty French art nouveau terracotta lady bust titled Candeur. Designed and signed A. De Ranieri (Aristide De Ranieri). His items are highly sought after due to the quality. In very good original condition. Measures 11 inches high by 10 inches wide and 5 inches deep (28cm x 25.5cm x 13cm). In exceptionally good condition with just one flake to one petal.

Ref: OF241 . . . £595

Life Size Bust by Goldscheider
Austrian terracotta Art Nouveau bust.Her title is Purete and she can be seen in the Goldscheider books, on page 54 of the Pinas book. She is titled to the base Les Lys (The Lillies), her model number is - 1981 and she is signed by the artist Villieu on her shoulder. She bears the Goldscheider plaque to the back. It measures 28 inches high by 16 inches wide by 10 inches deep (70cm x 41cm x 25.5cm). Condition is very good. With one tiny flower chip under a petal.

Ref: OF243 . . . £2,495

'Trinkende' The Drinker by Seifert
The largest version of this lovely bronze nude by Victor Heinrich Seifert a German sculptor. This one mounted on a circular stepped marble base and measuring approximately 27 inches (68cm) high and the base marble socle has a diameter of 8 inches (20cm). This statue was produced from around 1905 and was made in the 3 sizes (I also own the two other sizes of her). It is signed to the bronze Prof. V. H. Seifert. Similar piece can be seen in the Berman book vol 1 on page 26/27. Seifert was born in 1870 in Austria and died in 1953. See my info on artists section. This statue is in good vintage condition but there are two chips to the edge of the marble socle to the back where it meets the bronze socle. Email me for more pictures if required.

Ref: B500 . . . £6,500

Art Nouveau Bust
A French patinated terracotta bust of a maiden by the Paris born artist George Charles Coudray, circa. 1910 who exhibited at the salon from 1883 - 1903. Signed to the base and with the L'art Francais stamp, numbered and with the Decar Garanti Veritable stamp. Unfortunately there is no Goldscheider stamp so maybe this piece was made before he worked for Goldscheider. She measures approximately 15.5 inches high (40cm) and 11 inches (28cm) wide. Condition is good for her age, but with a repaired chip to the back of the base and a few age related marks here and there.

Ref: OF224 . . . £565

Montenave for Goldscheider
A large Goldscheider terracotta - model number 2592, circa 1900, signed by the artist Montenave to the shoulder and with the Goldscheider marks to the reverse. Decorated with opals and chrysoprase beads. She measures approximately 25.5 inches (65cm) high and 20 inches (51cm) wide. In very good condition with just a small replaced chip to a corner and some very minor nibbles. A very impressive piece and in the Goldscheider book.

Ref: OF207 . . . £3,795

Terracotta Maiden by Louger for Goldscheider
Circa 1902 - terracotta by Goldscheider, designed and signed J. Louger. Pretty lady wearing clogs and holding a water urn. Marked to the back not very clearly I think model number 2290 and bearing the Goldscheider terracotta plaque to the back of the base. She measures approx. 21 inches tall (53cm). Condition is good with just a few small edge nicks around the base but nothing drastic.

Ref: OF211 . . . £1,495

Nouveau Maiden by Blasche
Made by Reps and Trinte - Magdeburger Kunstwerkstatten of Magdeburg, Saxony, c1900. It bears their pre 1910 mark; 'R & T Mgdbg Gesetzl Geschibz'. The company was founded by Carl Reps in 1889 and made artworks in terracotta, marble and bronze. They exhibited at the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904. This terracotta figure is signed Blasche and is stamped with the makers marks. Measures 18 inches (46cm) high. Now sold.

Ref: F176 . . . SOLD

Art Nouveau Lady Vases
French spelter double headed lady vases with a different face from back and front. Unsigned but attributed to Flora. They each measures 15 inches (38cm) high and still have the original liners with them. In good vintage used condition.

Ref: F1619 . . . £675 the pair

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