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A large French marble sculpture of an Egyptian female

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This very large early 20th century study of an Egyptian style lady, with metal earrings and serpent bracelet with traces of gilt. Her dress draping down to sandals.

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'.