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Click to see full size: Large silver stirrup cup by Karl Kurz of Kesselstadt

1 ) Large silver stirrup cup by Karl Kurz of Kesselstadt
Circa 1870


Objets D'Art | Boar | Yr: 1870 |
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2 ) A porcelain Greyhound gem set perfume flacon
A porcelain perfume flacon modelled as a seated Greyhound wearing a cabochon cut 18 carat gold set sapphire collar with lead. The fawn dog looks lovingly at his owner. The base with the seal “HD Esgland” and signed “cl. B”.


Objets D'Art | Greyhound |
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3 ) King Charles Spaniel and puppy jewellery box by Louis Theophile Hingre (French, 1832-1911)
A silvered bronze jewellery box of a King Charles Spaniel with her puppies recumbent on a tassled cushion by Louis Theophile Hingre (French, 1832-1911). Signed to the lid ‘T. Hingre’.


Objets D'Art | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Artist: Louis Theophile Hingre |
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4 ) Kayserzinn Bernese / St. Bernard sculpture by J.P. Kayser & Sohn AG
A rare Kayserzinn sculpture of a recumbent Bernese / St Bernard J.P. Kayser & Sohn AG. German, circa 1900.


Objets D'Art | St. Bernard | Yr: 1900 |
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Click to see full size: A circa 1900 French Majolica earthenware boar jardinière

5 ) A circa 1900 French Majolica earthenware boar jardinière
A circa 1900 French Majolica earthenware jardinière sculpture of a boar seated beside a pool of reeds and bulrushes. Marked to the base “4404”. French, circa 1905.


Objets D'Art | Boar | Yr: 1905 |
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6 ) Bronze recumbent Briard by Maximilien-Louis Fiot (French, 1886 - 1953).
Bronze of a recumbent Briard by Maximilien-Louis Fiot (French, 1886 - 1953). Signed at the front of the base “M.Fiot”. French, circa 1920's.


Objets D'Art | Briard | Artist: Maximilien-Louis Fiot | Yr: 1920 |
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7 ) A rare pair of mid 19th, French, ormolu and bronze Poodle / Barbet chenets / fire dogs / andirons inspired by designs by Jacques Caffieri (1678-1755).
A rare pair of mid 19th, French, ormolu and bronze Poodle / Barbet chenets / fire dogs / andirons inspired by designs by Jacques Caffieri (1678-1755), the famous bronzier and Parisian sculptor, who received commissions from Cardinal Mazarin. The dogs are seated on velvet tasselled cushions and neoclassical plinths. French, circa 1860.


Objets D'Art | Poodle | Yr: 1860 |
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8 ) An Art Nouveau stylised Borogove / boar jug / sauce boat by Mark V Marshall (English, 1843-1913) for Royal Doulton
An Art Nouveau stylised Borogove / boar stylised designed jug / sauce boat by Mark V Marshall (English, 1843-1913) for Royal Doulton Lambeth Ware. Glazed green, blue and ochre on a mushroom ground. Artist’s monogram “MVM” and factory mark to the base. English, circa 1881.


Objets D'Art | Boar | Artist: Mark V Marshall | Yr: 1881 |
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9 ) Victorian English, Sheffield, 12 piece silver-plate and cut glass ‘surtout de table’ camel ornamental centrepiece
A grand Victorian English, Sheffield, 12 piece silver-plate and cut glass ‘surtout de table’ camel ornamental centrepiece, comprising epergne, a pair three-light candelabra, a pair of compotes, and pair of vases, each with three recumbent camels to the base, all on a five-piece rectangular mirror plateau. English, circa 1900.


Objets D'Art | Other | Yr: 1900 |
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10 ) 19th century bronze Maltese fire irons / chenets , modelled on "Ninette"
19th century bronze Maltese extendable fire irons / chenets. Each end mounted with seated ormolu bronze Maltese dogs, on plinths with Louis XV decoration of scrolled feet and neoclassical faces, the central one being a sphinx. One dog rests their paw on a ball. The dog sculptures are modelled on the dog "Ninette" for Pierre-Jacques-Onésyme Bergeret de Grandcourt at the end of the 18th century.


Objets D'Art | Maltese |
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11 ) Magnificent pair of enamel and soft paste Sèvres porcelain hunting vases
A magnificent pair of early 19th century, Sèvres, enamel and soft paste porcelain hunting vases. The bases with seated Borzoi and Foxhounds in soft paste porcelain, the bodies polychromed with horseback and dog hunting scenes in tree adorned landscape. Stag and boar heads in soft paste porcelain applied to distinctive 'bleu celeste' border. Marked to the base with the Sèvres 'intertwined' double 'L', inset with an ‘M’, and the painter’s mark ‘277’. French, circa 1830.


Objets D'Art | Borzoi | Yr: 1830 |
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12 ) Circa 1900, J.P Kayser & Sohn AG, (1862-1925) silver plate sculpture of a Newfoundland
Circa 1900, J.P Kayser & Sohn AG (1862-1925) silver plate sculpture of a recumbent Newfoundland. German, 1900.


Objets D'Art | Newfoundland | Yr: 1900 |
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Click to see full size: A late 19th century, French, pair of ormolu bronze Setter candlesticks

13 ) A late 19th century, French, pair of ormolu bronze Setter candlesticks
A late 19th century, French, pair of ormolu bronze Setter candlesticks. With fluted Corinthian columns, but with capitals set with Setter heads, sitting on oak leaf bases and three lion’s claw paws. With acanthus leaf design sconces. French, circa 1880’.


Objets D'Art | Setter | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: A pair of Setter bronze candlesticks by Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894)

14 ) A pair of Setter bronze candlesticks by Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894)
A pair of bronze candlesticks, the stems decorated with Setter dog heads and bases with running dogs by frieze by Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894). Signed at the base “J Moigniez”. French, circa 1880.


Objets D'Art | Setter | Artist: J. Moigniez | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: Bronze and porcelain West Highland Terrier candlesticks by William Brownfield (English, 1812-1873)

15 ) Bronze and porcelain West Highland Terrier candlesticks by William Brownfield (English, 1812-1873)
A pair of bronze and porcelain West Highland Terrier by William Brownfield (English, 1812-1873). The dogs seated on tasseled cushions in white paste porcelain each hold a pair of scones. These West Highland Terrier are of the type in Sir Edwin Landseer famous painting of Scratch in his 1839 painting "Dignity and Impudence". That West Highland Terrier was owned by Jacob Bell. English, circa 1850’s.


Objets D'Art | West Highland White Terrier | Artist: William Brownfield | Yr: 1850 |
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Click to see full size:    Gorham foundry standing Scottish Terrier bronze after Marguerite Kirmse (English, 1885-1954)

16 ) Gorham foundry standing Scottish Terrier bronze after Marguerite Kirmse (English, 1885-1954)
A standing Scottish Terrier cast in bronze by The Gorham Company of Providence, RI. after Marguerite Kirmse (English, 1885-1954). One of a series of four Scottish Terrier bronzes in different poses, produced circa 1930. Inscribed on the rear foot "OHYJ".


Objets D'Art | Scottish Terrier | Yr: 1930 |
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17 ) A 1920’s terracotta sculpture of a Briard by H. Pérrilly for “L'Isle Adam”
A 1920’s near life size terracotta sculpture of a seated Briard by H. Pétrilly. The “L'Isle Adam” workshops. Bears plaque and cachet of “L'Isle Adam”. French, circa 1920.


Objets D'Art | Other | Artist: H. Pérrilly | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: Bronze of a seated Tibetan Spaniel

18 ) Bronze of a seated Tibetan Spaniel


Objets D'Art | Tibetan Spaniel |
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19 ) A 19th century bronze and ormolu, French, Mastiff / Dogue de Bordeaux, / Bordeaux Mastiff ‘chenet’ fireplace fender
A 19th century bronze and ormolu French chenet fireplace fender. Each end is mounted with a finely cast recumbent Mastiff / Dogue de Bordeaux / Bordeaux Mastiff / French Mastiff. French, circa 1880.


Objets D'Art | Mastiff | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: A circa 1900 silver metal Setter bottle stop

20 ) A circa 1900 silver metal Setter bottle stop
A circa 1900 silver metal bottle stop depicting a Setter’s head beneath a branch of acorn leaves. German, circa 1900.


Objets D'Art | Setter | Yr: 1900 |
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Click to see full size: 19th century bronze boar by Alfred Dubucand (French, 1828 – 1894).

21 ) 19th century bronze boar by Alfred Dubucand (French, 1828 – 1894).
A fine 19th century bronze boar standing in long grass by Alfred Dubucand (French, 1828 – 1894). Signed “DUBUCAND”. French, circa 1880.


Objets D'Art | Boar | Artist: Alfred Dubucand | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: Late 19th, French bronze and ormolu pair of elephant candelabra / candlesticks

22 ) Late 19th, French bronze and ormolu pair of elephant candelabra / candlesticks
A pair of late French candelabra / candlesticks of kneeling elephants on ormolu bamboo stands, holding leaf decorated sconces with internal drip trays. French, circa 1880.


Objets D'Art | Other | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: A magnificent and rare pair of large Louis XVI style gilt and bronze Ryhton form cornucopia boar chenets

23 ) A magnificent and rare pair of large Louis XVI style gilt and bronze 'Ryhton' form cornucopia boar chenets / firedogs after Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart (French, 1739 –1813)
A magnificent and rare pair of large Louis XVI (1754 –1793) style chenets / firedogs in gilt and bronze. The chenets depict 'Ryhton' form cornucopia with fruiting swags that wrap and fall at the back, and a boar's heads resting on bronze plinths, with a gilt frieze. After architect Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart (French, 1739 –1813), whose son Alexandre Brongniart became a respected director of the Louvre. The Louvre has a pair of Sevres vases by Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart of similar form and shape, said to be the most astonishing pieces created in Sèvres during the First Empire. Brongniart derived the shapes from ancient Rhyton drinking vessels. The ‘Ryhton’ form originates from the ancient Greeks, a conical horn shape, typically formed into the shape of an animal's head. French, circa 1860.


Objets D'Art | Other | Yr: 1860 |
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24 ) A pair of 19th century French, 'Ryhton' form cornucopia opaline vases mounted into ormolu bronze boars
A pair of 19th century, French 'Ryhton' form cornucopia opaline glass vases, mounted into ormolu bronze boar’s heads, upon rectangular black marble bases. Each opaline vase is profusely decorated with gilt and polychrome oriental birds, foliage and flowers. Clearly inspired by the architect Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart's (French, 1739 –1813) ‘cornet’ Sevres vases with boars, which are now on display in the Louvre. Brongniart derived the shapes from ancient Rhyton drinking vessels; the ‘Rhyton’ form originates from the ancient Greeks, and forms s conical horn shape, typically formed in the shape of an animal's head. French, circa 1870.


Objets D'Art | Other | Yr: 1870 |
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Click to see full size: A French 19th century bronze and ormolu, French, Greyhound / Levrier ‘chenet’ fireplace fender

25 ) A French 19th century bronze and ormolu Greyhound / Levrier ‘chenet’ fireplace fender
A French 19th century bronze and ormolu ‘chenet’ fireplace fender. Each end is mounted with Greyhounds / Levriers seated on pedestals in the form of ormolu tasselled cushions. The fenders display Gothic decoration. French, circa 1880.


Objets D'Art | Greyhound | Yr: 1880 |
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