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A silver plate meat cover and Cloche, the Larger by James Dixon & Son, the other by Hardy Brothers, the smaller with mesh side, 41 and 35 cm width

Royal Dux figure of a nude Flapper wearing nothing but a bowed cloche hat while seated on a draped stool, with a Royal Dux lozenge to the base. Condition: good, minor wear to the base. Height 36 cm

A large Victorian silver plated meat Cloche. Late 19th century, with marks for James Dixon & Sons with bugle and banner, the oval dome with a mesh frieze, having a cross over twig style handle. Height 28 cm. Length 44.5 cm. Width 34.5 cm

A silver plated meat Cloche, late 19th century, with bell mark for William & George Sissons, the oval dome with a waisted rim, having an ornate cast and chased grape vine and leaf handle; bell mark of maker underside. Length 36 cm. Width 26.5 cm

An antique domed gilt and porcelain French clock, late 19th century, movement by Japy Freres et Cie, rear of case marked Brunfaut, the bell striking drum head clock having a porcelain dial with Roman numerals centred with a garland, set within an acanthus

An Art Deco bronze exotic dancer, after Demetre Chiparus (1886-1947), a later casting of a 1920s model of a dancer in orientalist attire with a beaded girdle and a decorative cloche, raised on her toes with a patterned cape falling from her clasped hands,

A large late Victorian Sheffield plate food Cloche, late 19th century, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons. Of typical dome form, with a reeded motif to the lower rim, a broad mesh band and a coiled reed handle; with marks to the interior. He

A Victorian Sheffield plate food Cloche, theird quarter 19th century, with maker's mark for John round & Son. Of typical dome form, with a beaded rim and a scrolled handle also with a graduated bead motif; with marks to interior and signature globe

A German bisque miniature figurine, circa 1920s, the porcelain bathing belle wearing a cloche bathing cap and attired in a handstitched fabric tunic and wearing painted blue shoes; unmarked. Height 14 cm

A bronze figurine of a seated Ballerina, after Chiparus, the seated figure stretching to tie her ballet shoes and attired in a flowing skirt, patterned and girdled top and an exotic jewelled cloche, upon a bronze base and rectangular marble plinth; inscrib

An impressive American aluminium Art Deco hat block, modelled as the head of an elegant young woman, in the form of a cloche mould, raised on a shaped bracket and plinth base with maker's name plate, 'American Hat Block and Die Company'. Height 42 cm

A striking Art Deco spelter and marble figural clock, circa 1930s, clock by Pierre Megnin, figure in the style of Menneville, the cold painted seated figure of a woman with a cloche hat in fashionable black and gold draping attire, finely detailed to the i

Chiparus, Demetre H. (1886-1947), 1920s-30s, an Art Deco figure of the period, but after the original, in patinated and cold painted spelter and ivorine, depicting a modish woman in a cloche hat and medieval draping attire with a well modelled ivorine face

Jane Lambert. Cream straw cloche hat decorated with two white flowers in the side.

A carved and coloured marble bust, circa 1910, styled as a joyous young lady, her head covered in a swathed cloche, her shoulders carved from a mottled breche marble of grey and pink, unsigned, 51.5 cm high.

Demetre Chiparus (Romanian, 1888-1950): a gilt bronze and carved ivory figure of a child, circa 1925, the standing figure wearing a cloche hat and short coat, holding a satchel behind her, on a circular onyx base, signed Chiparus in the bronze, impressed 7

Demetre Chiparus (Romanian, 1888-1950): 'The Squall', a gilt bronze and carved ivory figure, circa 1925, modelled as a young woman wearing a cloche hat, fur-trimmed coat and muff, leaning over as a gust of wind catches her, on an onyx base, signed D. H. Ch

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