A spelter figure 'Livre D'or' by Auguste Moreau (1834-1917), circa 1900, incised marks of maker to figure, an Art Nouveau cold painted woman in bronze tones, in flowing attire with a pen in one hand and paper in her left, raised upon a rocky an
A signed Art Deco spelter figural group by George Maxim, circa 1920s, an energetic group of a girl in a short tunic running with two hounds; raised on a striated dark marble base, incised signature of Geo Maxim to the lower right, height 45 cm, width 80 cm
An Art Deco figure, 'Bat Girl, By J. Salvado, Circa: 1920s-30s, a Spelter Figure of a Music Hall Dancer in Her Role As 'Bat Girl' with striped bloomers, cap and winged shawl, in silver, gold and bronze colours upon a striped marble and onyx bas
A cold painted spelter Art Deco female dancer, signed Derenne, circa 1930s, the aqua green female nude artistically balancing on one foot one leg outstretched, her arm behind her, and striking a pose holding two large disks, incised signature to base; rais
An Art Nouveau spelter figurine, 'Papillons' by Tairo, late 19th century, Paris, the cold painted bronze toned figure of a sinuous woman in flowing diaphanous robes, raised on a truncated square base, with two insects at her feet; with title to car
An exceptionally large carved figure carved from dense hardwood, a well delineate face with a thick robe flaring at the bottom, following the contour of the wood, carved from one piece of knarled rootwood, height 95 cm
Art Deco Viennese cold painted bronze 'New Suit', c.1925, by Joseph Lorenzl, modelled as a women standing astride wearing suit, signed LOP in onyx base, height 13 cm, ref: Bryan Catley, Art Deco and other figures, page 214
Demetre H. Chiparus, 1886-1947, Antinea', circa 1925. A patinated bronze and ivory figure, cast and carved as a dancer, standing with her arms raised and entwined at the wrist, wearing an exotic costume with a headdress and a flowing cape, signed on the ma
Ferdinand Preiss, Golfer', first half 20th century, cast and carved in patinated bronze and ivory in the form of a female golfer, with her club raised at the top of her swing and her face downcast, signed in the cast bronze foot 'F. Preiss', su
Ferdinand Preiss, Hoop Girl', first half 20th century, cast and carved in patinated bronze and ivory as a girl standing with a large hoop held behind her back, incised signature 'F. Preiss' to the green onyx base, 21 cm high. Provenance: Privat
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