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Terra-cotta Lions

Item #05176

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A pair of 17th-century style terra-cotta lions seated on their haunches, with animated expressions, their fully-maned heads turned in opposing directions, Enlish, ca. 1890.  32.75 ins. high, 13.5 ins. wide, 23.75 ins. overall length.

BI: These are direct copies of 17th-century French lions and show the distinctive craggy face.  American lions tend to be friendly and gentle looking while their European counterparts are often engaged in or ready for battle.

Sale Price $7,500

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Single Marble Urn

Item #05212

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A campana-form carved marble urn, semi-lobed, with molded rising socle and integral square base, English, ca. 1820. Drainage hole in body of urn. 25 ins. high, 19.5 ins. wide; base 9.25 ins. square; interior 5 ins. in diameter, 5.5 ins. deep. Provenance: Formerly of a West Country estate designed by William Player.

Sale Price $1,500

 

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Wrought-iron Side Chairs

Item #05361

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A pair of wrought-iron chairs with simple, modern Neoclassical swag motif on the back, with basket weave seat, possibly by the Joseph J. Leinfelder firm of Lacrosse, WI, American, ca. 1940. 33 ins. high, 20.25 ins. overall width, 21 ins. overall depth.

Sale Price $1,100

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Indian Plaque

Item #05621

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Carved sandstone plaque of a seated Shiva, identified by his mount (vahana) the bull, with his consort, Parvati, both in the pose known as lalitasana, with one leg bent to rest on their seat and their other leg hanging down, Indian, ca. 1900. 23 ins. high, 16 ins. wide, 6 ins. deep.

BI: It's often difficult to pinpoint the age of sandstone pieces as it's a hard stone that ages very slowly. But here even the necklaces have retained their details well over the years. This plaque may have been part of a larger grouping that might have depicted other Hindu deities.

Sale Price $250

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Bronze Female Figure

Item #05187

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An unusual bronze figure in the arts and crafts style depicting a partially draped young woman kneeling on one knee with right hand open, English, ca. 1910. 32 ins. high, 26.75 ins. deep, 15.5 ins. wide. This figure, with downward, reflective gaze, is meant to be placed at the edge of a pool.

Sale Price $5,500

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