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An early 20th century French Egyptian revival 8 piece desk set

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This French desk set comprises of: One large inkwell, a smaller inkwell, a pair of candlesticks, a single candle holder, a letter opener on stand, a bell and a bowl with spoon.

Late 19th century brass inkwell modelled as dogs and a kennel

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This English brass inkwell dates to the late 19th century. It is on a circular base and feet, with two dogs outside a kennel, the roof of the kennel opens to reveal a glass inkwell.

French Art Nouveau gilt bronze and marble desk set

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A French Art Nouveau desk set compromising of a letter stand, large double inkwell, letter opener, pen tray and blotter. All are decorated with masks, flowers and leaves.

A pair of early 20th century French crystal and gilt lamps

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A pair of French crystal lamps the bodies flanked by gilt scrolls and standing on gilt bases.
French 1920

A pair of early 20th century cut crystal French lamps

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This large pair of French lamps have an ovoid shaped body with a single row of gilt beading around the body and stand on a gilt base.
French circa 1920

A large pair of early 20th century French cut crystal lamps

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This large pair of cut crystal lamps, in the style of Baccarat, are decorated with a pair of gilt bronze winged females and stand on a large gilt base with a face within a wreath.

A late 19th century French bronze lion on marble base

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This well cast bronze lion is in a standing position, the power of the lion is shown in the definition of its muscles. On its original marble base. SIgned.
French. Circa 1880.

A French bronze by Émile Louis Picault

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A large French bronze by Émile Louis Picault (1833-1915) titled, 'Immortalitas, Gloria, Pro Merito'.

1930s French marble snake charmer sculpture

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A French 1930s marble sculpture of a snake charmer, the flutes and snake are bronze. On a stepped marble base. Signed.
French. Circa 1930s.