A pair of cast iron urns made by Näfveqvarns bruk (foundry) after a design by Olof Hult (1892-1962) This model was exhibited in the World fair in Paris 1925. See photos for copy of original drawing design.
An Empire mantel clock, the dial signed FEUCHERE & FOSSEY FTS DE BRONZES (Pierre François Feuchère, 1737-1823, Jules Fossey, 1806-1858) und HEDOUIN HORLER (active Rue de Montmorency, 1812), France circa 1825.
A very rare pair of directoire à L’Amérique or à l’Indien ormolu and patinated bronze candelabra after a design ca.1799 by Jean-Simon Deverberie (1764-1824). An Identical pair is in the Museum François Duesberg. The bronze figures with enameled eyes and feathered headdresses represent America. Another similar model but without the headdress represents Africa and the models where used on candelabras and clocks.
A gilt-bronze-mounted Sèvres vase, dated 1871 painted with two large shaped panels of flower sprays on a matt platinum ground, edged in gilt frames with enamelled jewelling, reserved on a blue ground highlighted with dark blue foliate work, with two Bacchus head mounts at the shoulder, and a square foot with chamfered corners, the foot section inscribed in puce Maison Jacquel/ Paul Blot fleur/ rue de la Paix 75, each section with S.71. mark in green, incised CR 707,
A Japanese bronze figure of a fisherman Standing in a relaxed stance, head tilted up and to the left, gazing to the distance, cigarette raised to the mouth in the right hand, the left grasping a tall thin fishing rod, wearing a conical kasa atop the head, robes layered in folds and loosely tied around the waist, and wearing sandals with leg guards strapped up to below the knee, bearing a basket and a sack slung over the right shoulder and a further bag around the waist, and signed. Period: Early