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Antique French Bouillotte Lamp, 18th or early 19th Century
An Antique French Bouillotte Lamp, 18th or early 19th Century., adjustable shade, scrolled candle supports, engine-turned dished base, now electrified and fitted with six-light fixture
DIMENSIONS : Height 26.25 inch / 67 cm
Diameter of the Base 7.25 inch / 19 cm
TWO LIONS IN SOFT CHANTILLY PORCELAIN OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, AND TWO FAIENCE LIDS
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TWO LIONS IN SOFT PORCELAIN OF CHANTILLY OF THE XVIIIeSIECLE, AND TWO LIDS IN FAIENCE
CIRCA 1740, MARKS IN BROWN WITH HUNTING
HORN Represented lying on a curved oval base, the first looking on the left, the second on the right, with brown, green, red iron and ochre decoration in natural, ginning
L.: 32.5 cm. (123/4 in.) and 30 cm. (11 7/8 in.)
From the beginning of its production, the Chantilly factory created models of wild animals. Indeed Louis-Henri de Bourbon, liked to surround himself with works of art evoking hunting. He had also created in his gardens a menagerie with animals imported by the East India Company.
For a similar model with a closed back, see by Geneviève Le Duc, Porcelaine tendre de Chantilly au XVIIIème siècle, Paris, 1996, p.147. For another model from Michael Currier's collection, see the sale at Christie's in New York, October 27, 1986, lot 182.
Provenance CHRISTIE'S PARIS from auction of 13 APRIL 2017 French taste including "Le Pavillon de Ribourg"
Jean Perzel Table Lamp
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Jean Perzel table lamp
bronze, enameled aluminum, frosted glass
Signed with impressed manufacturer's mark to base: Perzel
DIMENSIONS : Height 14,5 inch / 37 cm
Diameter of the Base 5.75 inch / 14,5 cm
Top Diameter 8 inch / 20 cm
Jean Perzel was born in Bruck, Bavaria, Germany, on May 2, 1892. At a young age, he learned the trade of glass painter in Munich and, at 16, he first came out of school, he undertook, on foot, his tour of Europe: Austria, Czechoslovakia , Switzerland, Upper Italy, then France. Along the way, he gets hired in workshops to earn a living and learn about the different techniques. In 1910 he arrived in Paris, entering the home of a master glassmaker who sent him after a year to carry out important work in Algiers. Returned to Paris in 1914: it was war; he enlisted in the Foreign Legion, was demobilized in 1919 and naturalized French. He still works as a glass painter, especially at Gruber.
From 1920 to 1939, Art Deco revolutionized 20th century architecture and design and saw the birth of the Jean Perzel company, which will make its mark on the world of lighting and decoration, by creating lighting and furniture in glass and bronze. , which will adorn the most prestigious places.
These pieces can be found at the court of the King of the Belgians, at Henry Ford's house or at the Rothschild family's house. He is responsible for organizing the lighting of the SDN in Geneva, the Luxembourg Cathedral, the Canadian Embassy in Lahaye and the liner Normandy.
Jean Perzel participates in various international exhibitions and competitions where he wins numerous awards. His notoriety soon allowed him to highlight the interiors of celebrities or politicians such as the King of Morocco, the King of Siam in Bangkok, the Maharajah of Indore, General de Gaulle and President Georges Pompidou.
FRENCH GILT BRONZE LOUIS XVI STYLE SCONCES
Pair of French bronze Louis XVI style sconces, late 19th century France, dore bronze wall sconces with 2 arms
DIMENSIONS: Height: 16.25 inch / 42 cm
Length:11.25 inch / 29 cm
Depth: 6.50 inch / 16,5 cm
Pair of Gilt Bronze 19th Century Egyptian Revival Sconces
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Pair of sconces, of finely chased bronze doré, having a backplate in the Egyptian Revival style, of a winged goddess set upon a sphere, with three S-scroll candlearms.
DIMENSIONS: Height: 19.75 inch / 50 cm
Length: 9.50 inch / 24 cm
Depth: 5.75 inch / 15cm