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Albert Hinrich Hussmann (1874-1946), dt. Tierbildhauer, Büste eines Pferdes, patinierte Bronze, rückwärtig voll signiert, seitlich Giessermarke ''Bildgiesserei Kraas Berlin S 42'', auf hohem Marmorpostament, Ges.-H. 33 cm
Ancient Egyptian faiance Basket of Bastet Period 1070 - 700 BC Material Faience Origin Egypt Height 14 millimeter Diameter 15 millimeter Extra information Very rare, special and detailed item. Condition In very good condition Bastet: The cat was a holy animal in ancient Egyptian times and was often associated with the goddes Bastet. Bastet was the goddes of fertility, care, joy, dance, music, feast and warmth. She is first known in the 2nd dynasty and was the protector of the Farao. Registered a
Sculpture titled ORBITS XIIIA by Larry Mohr (American, 1921-2013). Work is signed and edition: 1/8. Provenance: Estate of Larry Mohr. Larry Mohr was an accomplished sculptor whose figural and abstract works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Georgia Museum of Art, Vassar College and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University. Mohr was renowned for his large-scale bronze and aluminum sculptures made of welded and bolted I-beams. LISTED PRICE includes FREE SHIPPING
Gianmaria Buccellati, a rare and exceptional Italian silver bobcat circa 1990s. Made in Milan Italy. Retail price was $72,000 USD + Tax. Very fine quality and workmanship and very large in size. Measures: 13″ high x 20″ wide x 8″ deep. The only one known to be made. This is a true collectors piece and once in a lifetime opportunity to own an exquisite piece of Buccellati silver. Very good condition. Normal wear, no repairs or damage. Part of the silver furry animal collection that Buccellati pro
Artist: Reuben Nakian, American (1897 - 1986)Title: Leda and the Swan (Brown)Year: 1978Medium: Bronze Sculpture, signature and number inscribedEdition: 7/10Size: 13.5 x 10 x 7 in. (34.29 x 25.4 x 17.78 cm)
A fine Victorian alabaster figure of Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, powerfully modelled with one arm across his chest holding a scroll and the other behind his back, in full military attire with orders, English, c1870.
Fragment de "Corps féminin" en pierre sculptée. Epoque: XVIIème. Socle en bronze doré réalisé par Ado Chale. Travail belge. (Légers coups au socle). H.(sculpture):17cm. H.(totale):27cm. Date de vente : 5/28/2019 Estimation : 400 - 600
Austria. The bronze peacock with open tail signed "KAUBA". Very good condition. Item Dimensions: 8 - 1/2" x 11".Name Value Dates Title Signature Limited Edition Paperwork, Item Dimensions:, Name, Value, Dates, Title, Signature, Limited Edition, Paperwork