Pair of Carved Oak Panels, St James the Greater, 17th century
Sublime pair of carved oak panels, featuring two distinct representations of one of the first apostles of Christ, Saint James the Greater.
Period: 17th century
Suite of 3 netsukes called "katabori" (in the shape of human being or animals), representing three merchants of victuals, rice, fruits, one is lying down near his goods, the two others are standing.
Period: Menji - 1868-1912
Circa: 1870 - 1900
Biscuit and Gilt Bronze Group
Late 19th century.
In the taste of the XVIIIth century, with biscuit figures
on a wooden base upholstered in red silk velvet.
In perfect condition.
Signed on the terrace REGNAUTS
Rare miniature gilt bronze and enamel salon, consisting of a small sofa, two armchairs, two chairs, a fire screen and a centre table serving as a music box, the enamel plates are hand painted with decorations of romantic and gallant scenes in the taste of BOUCHER and FRAGONARD .
AUSTRIA end of the 19th century.
Three piece trimPair of 4-light candelabra and pendulum clock 19th Century, Napoleon III PeriodGilt Bronze, Griote Marble, Glass and Enamel DialLemerle-Charpentier & CO, Bronziers, 8 rue Charlot33*12*47cm