WALL LAMP € 7.000,00 VAT not included
‘THE KING OF THE WOOD’
Aristide Najean (2014)
Unique piece entirely handmade without mold.
Murano glass Applique 3 lights. 24-Karat gold leaf partially mirrored with sculpture “deer head” in red bone glass.
Size: 90x60x55 cm
NEOCLASSICAL WRITING DESK Price Reserved
NEOCLASSICAL MECHANICAL SCRITTOIETTO.
FRANCE (1825). Main essence in rosewood. Sliding top and drawer containing tail opening coated in moroccan. The interiors are made of oak, veneered in rosewood and other woods. The plan is supported by four legs and trunk in a pyramid on an octagonal base, veneered in rosewood and connected by four test leads to the cruise port shelf in bronze-gilt, with a gallery on which rests a plain inlaid marquetterie.
Dimensions: 74x91x55 cm
SCULPTURE LAMP € 7.500,00 VAT not included
Aristide Najean (2017)
Murano glass sculpture lamp transparent/white and gold leaf 24-Karat blown hand-crafted with effect “craquele’”.
Structure and bronze-effect painted steel base.
Size: 64x35x35 cm
NEOCLASSICAL CHEST OF DRAWERS (1765-1790) € 5.900,00
INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS (1765-1790)
Neoclassical Italian walnut and rosewood veneered inlaid chest of drawers, a couple of drawers and a smaller one, with 45 degree uprights. The front is enclosed by frames inlaid with Greek style with central rosette with spider-web that is also repeated in the hips, circled by threaded border. Piano shaped with beveled edges in Carrara marble. Inlays and threads in various essences.
Dimensions: 93,5x124x54 cm
CLOCK (1830) € 3.200,00
TABLE CLOCK France-Second quarter of the 19th century.
A chiseled and gilded bronze stand clock with a rectangular base straight from feet with studs enclosed by leafy volutes. Top decoration with vegetable-like volutes, braided flower seeds, rope and butterflies. A wreath encloses a bronze exhibition with Roman numeral hours. Watch topped with female figure with butterfly wings sitting on dark patina bronze rock. Cailly/Aine' mechanism marked under the base.
Dimensions: 56,5x39,5x15 cm
LOUIS B. HURT (1881) € 6.800,00
'CATTLE ON SCOTTISH MOORS'
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated 1881 on the bottom right.
Louis Bosworth Hurt was a George Turner's student, an English landscaper, and a student of John Constable's school.
A cattle farmer, Hurt specialized in painting these animals, particularly the Highland breed.
The work is presented in a coeval frame.
Frame size: 99x144x7 cm