Showing all 8 results

Show sidebar

Anker Hoffmann “Woman Resting”, Bronze Sculpture With Green Patina

Anker Hoffmann, 1904-1985. Bronze statue, "Woman Resting". Green patina. Signed with monogram. No. 4/7. Original condition.

Ferdinand Barbedienne Bronze Sculpture Of Diana Of Gabii

Ferdinand Barbedienne 1810-1892. A brown patinated bronze statuette after the antique of "Diana of Gabii" Signed F. Barbedienne. Barbedienne foundry mark on base. Excellent condition with original dark patina.

Gottfred Eickhoff Patinated Bronze Sculpture

Gottfred Eickhoff 1902-1982. Patinated bronze sculpture of a young woman sitting on rock. Signed Eickhoff 46 Stamped: L.R.20, Cire Perdue (casting technique).

Japanese Meiji Period Dark Patinated Bronze Vase

Japanese dark patinated bronze vase. Embossed with bamboo and birds motifs. Late Meiji period, c. 1900. Base has makers mark / signature.

Large Japanese Bronze Meiji Period Tiger

Large Japanese patinated bronze tiger with inset glass eyes. Meiji period, 1868-1912. The sculpture is signed with a small seal: Meiji/Taisho. In perfect condition with a fine patina. Weight: 6850 g. Length: 57 cm

Pair Of French Cachepots And Covers. Chinese Celadon Porcelain With Gilded Bronze Fitting

A pair of French lided vases/cachepots. Chinese celadon porcelain with gilded bronze fitting. Each with knob on lid in the shape of pomegranate, Each side with handles in shape of lion masks with ring. Marked inside lid "Escalier De Cristal.Paris. 19th century second half.

Rare Bronze Naga Buddha Statue

Rare bronze Buddha depicted in meditation pose sheltered by a Naga (a seven-headed snake). The tradition about Nagas is common in all the Buddhist countries in Asia. The story origins in the legend of the Naga who emerged from under the earth and used its body to provide shelter and protection for the meditating Buddha during a mighty rainstorm.

Venus Genetrix, Life-Size Bronze Statue

A copy cast in bronze in 2016 at the world famous Foundry, Fonderia Mariani, in Pietrasanta in Tuscany. Height with base 160 cm. The copy is based on a marble statue that since 1896 has been part of the antiquities collection at the Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen. Formerly at Palazzo Guggenheim in Venice. The Venus, also known as the Louvre/Napoli type after two of the best known replicas, is one of the most copied statues since the early roman period. It is copied on coins, gems, reliefs and statues, and in Italy used as the body for roman female portraits.