<b>PAIR OF GEORGE III GILT BRONZE AND FELDSPAR CASSOLETTES IN THE MANNER OF MATTHEW BOULTON</b> <br /> 18TH CENTURY <br /> each with a flaming finial cover and two handles hung with swags, on a turned and fluted spreading column and square plinth base (2) <br /> 19cm high
NAUTILUS SHELL CUP ~ by the silversmith Elias Adam, Augsburg, Now in the Princely Collections of Lichtenstein. This is a natural Nautilus shell, engraved and painted, mounted in a frame and base of gold.
date unspecified A pair of Louis XVI style gilt bronze mounted green marble urns France, late 19th century Estimate 8,000 — 12,000 USD. unsold
Standing cup with nautilus shell carved in China in the late to early century. The silver-gilt mounts, with Hercules astride a sea monster and a naturalistic eagle& foot, were added to the shell in Italy or Germany,
F. Barbedienne bronze-caster (1810-1892) - Exceptional jardiniere in a crater shape; made in beautiful red griotte marble and sumptuously adorned with Renaissance style gilded bronze mounts cast after a design by Louis-Constant Sévin. The handles cast with seated thinking putti on lion head-cast handles.
A pair of Dore bronze mounted marble cassolettes, circa Height
c1870-80 A NAPOLÉON III GILT BRONZE MOUNTED EBONIZED AND BOULLE STYLE BRASS INLAY AND TORTOISESHELL MARQUETRY CENTER TABLE Paris, circa 1870's Estimate 8,000 — 12,000 USD LOT SOLD. 23,750 USD (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium)