Jaques Adnet Wine Bottle Holder £490
René-André Coulon (French, 1908-1997)
Glass radiator, designed 1937
Tempered, moulded and mirrored
marked 'Saint-Gobain' to the base.
56.5cm high, 42cm wide.
René Coulon (together with Robert Mallet-Stevens) designed a Pavillon for Saint-Gobain at the 1937 Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la view Moderne, where the radiator was exhibited for the first time. £430
Fornasetti Fabric Cats and Books £290
French Dinanderie Vase 12cm high. 1930s Art Deco Geometric pattern.
dinanderie is fine cast metalwork objects, esp of bronze, made in the Belgian city of Dinant from the late Middle Ages, or other later metalwork in this style.
The tradition was brought back into the forefront of design in the 1930's by masters such as Claudius LINOSSIER and Jean DUNAND.
Art Deco Letter Knives (wrought iron one sold)
I have quite a number of Art Nouveau & Art Deco cast grills.
These panels 96 cm by 32 cm
Blue Funnel Line-Glen Line Silver Presentation Box.
This box was never presented and is in perfect condition.
It came from the last objects from the original Holts Line stores in India Building before the Holts Charitable trust vacated the building.
In 1911, Elder Dempster and Co acquired The Glen Line but it was sold to Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel line in 1935. By 1978 all Glen Line ships had been sold.
18cm long by 10 cm wide and6cm high.
Full set of hallmarks. For William Adams Barr Street Birmingham. 1943
This has been in the vaults since made.There is hardly a mark on it. RARE.
No longer available sorry
Plaster plaque smaller than the work owned by Liverpool Corporation and now held by The Walker Art Gallery NML. This may be a study or a work licensed for sale.
Part of The Stoty Of Psyche. This is the central panel.
Born in 1850, Bates began as an architect’s clerk and then worked as a mason for the marble merchants and carvers Messrs Farmer & Brindley.
Bates was part of a group of sculptors in London in the 1880s and 1890s who attempted to reconsider and to invigorate three-dimensional art.
This 'New Sculpture' was said to be working within the tradition of naturalistic figuration.
Bates was considered one of the central figures of this movement until his premature death in 1899, and the Pandora was one of his most ambitious and highly regarded sculptures. SOLD
Bound Folder of 35 Plates SOLD
some amazing Art Deco Designs
Soup Ladle with the Alfred Holt crest 18.5 cm long £45
Pr of Bookends of stylized Polar Bears on marble base
11cm high by 13cm long French 1930's SOLD
Pair of Bookends depicting male and female Pheasants on a wooden base £195
Pair of Art Deco White and Green Onyx Bookends 1930's French SOLD
Marble Bookends 25cm high
French 1930 SOLD
The Savoy Cocktail Book 1930 SOLD
Silver Brooch 5cm Danish in style SOLD
Art Deco Bronze Bust on Marble Base 20cm high SOLD
L'escargot 10cm long SOLD
Art Deco Bronze and Marble clock 16cm high
French 1930's needs repair to movement SOLD
One of three bottles designed by Salvador Dali this one No 3 SOLD
Jaeger Le Coultre Photo Frame
Limoge Enamel on Copper signed Marty SOLD
One of three bottles designed by Salvador Dali this one No2 SOLD
Tooled Leather Sessessionist Picture Frame
62cm high by 25cm wide SOLD
Pair of Bronze Modernist Bookends SOLD
Jaeger Barometer Sold
Modernist Bookends probably English Nickel Plated
with Red Bakelite decoration SOLD
George Jenson silver brooch 4.5 cm across. This is a fantastic design SOLD
Bookends of stylised leaping Gazelles 10cm high
Mouseman Tray £SOLD
Panther Bookends SOLD
Silver Plated Tazza SOLD
Cloisonné Deco Jar of Flying Cranes in Geometric Swirls SOLD
Green bakelite Phone 300 series
The rarest colour SOLD
WMF Fish knives and forks SOLD
Marble and Bronze Vide Poche 5cm high SOLD
Modernist Clock SOLD
Art Deco Mantle Clock of Marble Slate and Metal Banding 45 cm long by 25cm high (movement has been replaced with a modern one) SOLD
Silvered Bookends SOLD
Various woods make up the constuction. Ebony, boxwood etc. Working Order. Has original key. SOLD
Marble and Onyx Art Deco Clock
Glass Faced Clock