Sculpture

Italian Alabaster bust of a woman by E.Battilgia

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This attractive late 19th century bust of a woman is of good size and colour, her curled hair tied in a headscarf with a pretty bow.

French 'slave girl' sculpture by Emmanuel Villanis

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This French sculpture is an usual subject of a seated nude lady, her hands shackled with chains. The head scarf is of reddish colour and the patina all over is good. Standing on a red marble base.

19th century bronze figure of Cupid by L.Gregoire

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A good quality bronze figure of Cupid firing arrows. SIgned L.Gregoire
Foundry plaque to the base 'HOUDINE' `Bronzier-Paris'
Jean-Louis Gregoire (French, 1840-1890)
Circa 1870.
£1400

A large and impressive pair of Black Forest chamois and ibex ram wall sculptures

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Designed as a pair of realistically carved walnut chamois and ibex ram, facing each other, raised on a naturalistic carved base

Swiss, c.1900

Price: £6,500

A French alabaster bust of a lady

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Modelled as a young lady with a gilt headpiece across her forehead, her curly hair embellished with a patterned headband, wearing a clear alabaster top with a flower to the centre

French, c. 1900

A French pair of patinated bronze Marly horses after Coustou

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This pair of patinated bronze horses are modelled after the famous marble sculptures of the Marly horses by Guillaume Coustou (1677-1746), who are exhibited at the Louvre museum in Paris.

A pair of French patinated and gilt bronze cherubs

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Modelled as two semi-nude cherubs, one playing the triangle, with a flute attached to his waist, the other dancing to the music, raised on circular ormolu bases with naturalistic features and foliage,

A French bronze sculpture by Edouard Drouot

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Modelled as a fencing dual action scene on a naturalistic base, raised on a griotte marble rectangular base, the bronze signed 'E. Drouot'

French, c. 1890

Price: £2,700

A large French patinated bronze sculpture of Mercury

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After Giambologna (1529-1608, Florence)