Paris, 1865 Chef-modèle for the cast iron Plaster Dimensions : H : 197 cm / L : 295 cm / D : 86 cm. This monumental sculpture put on a base depicts a bull on the move in a very realistic way. Standing and walking, its head is up and turned to the left, […]
Signature on the pedestal : « MONCEL 1909 » Comes from the garden of a chateau in the Paris area White Carrara marble Dimensions : H : 202 cm (79’’ 1/2) / W : 96 cm (37’’ 13/16) / D : 86 cm (33’’ 7/8).
Lock signed and dated : « Année 1853 – A. BELLANGÉ – Ft d’ébénisteries et bronzes de curiosités77 rue des Marais St Martin Paris » Made for the Duke Albert de Luynes for his chateau of Dampierre. H : 165 cm ; 64’’ 15/16 / W : 383 cm ; 150’’ 13/16 / D : 60 cm ; 23’’ 5/8
Napoleon III period, circa 1860. Red Griotte marble, gilded bronze. After the fireplace realized in 1747 by Jacques Verberckt and Jacques Caffiéri for the Dauphin’s bedchamber at the Palace of Versailles, then identically reproduced under Napoleon III notably for the Salon doré of the Elysee Palace, official residence of the President of the Republic. Dimensions : […]
Set of panels for four walls Alder, giltwood, painted and sculpted decoration France, circa 1905 Provenance : Villa Les Cèdres, formerly Villa Les Oiseaux, Cap Ferrat. Former residence of the Mayor of Villefranche-sur-Mer, acquired by Leopold II, King of the Belgians (1835-1909), then it belonged to Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle, creator of the French liqueur Grand Marnier […]