Sheryls Art Deco Emporium - Bronzes (Female)

Sheryls Art Deco Emporium


www.Sheryls-artdeco.com
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Warlingham, Surrey, U.K.
10 minutes from Junction 6 of the M25.

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Bronzes (Female) - Page 1

Chiparus Master of Art Deco
288 pages of information and photographs including some excellent colour plates. This is the new second edition book by Alberto Shayo. New condition.

Ref: M4665 . . . £88

An Art Deco Bronze Warrior by Lorenzl
Silvered bronze art deco statue of a female warrior by Joseph Lorenzl, signed to the bronze socle base. Circa 1925. She wears a Roman soldier tunic and head dress and is holding a sword. Mounted on a green onyx stepped base. It measures 12.5 inches (32cm) total height. Condition is vintage but very good with no damage or repairs and she has her original sword.

Ref: B514 . . . £2,195

Ferdinand Preiss Book by Alberto Shayo
Another fine book - this one about the life and works of Ferdinand Preiss by Alberto Shayo. Over 190 pages of information and colour photographs.

Ref: M4673 . . . £88

Bronze Dancer by Chiparus
Wonderful French bronze lady dancing with a deer and mounted on a portorro marble base which measures nearly 20 inches long (50cm) and 5.5 inches (14cm) wide. Total height is 16.5 inches (42cm) to her top hand. She has a silvered patina with gold toga and hair detail and a gold deer. Mysteriously she is signed D.H. Andin instead of D.H. Chiparus although he was undoubtedly the artist. This mystery is by no means the first I have encountered with Chiparus pieces over the years, and the widow of Chiparus states in the Chiparus book by Alberto Shayo, that Chiparus himself did not believe he received all the commission and royalties due to him, and I believe one of the main reasons was that so many of his pieces were unsigned, or incorrectly signed (as this one). The base is also signed Etling which was the principal foundry used to produce his work. Condition is extremely good.

Ref: F1108 . . . £2,750

Balance by Chiparus
This fabulous bronze dancer is an unsigned but undoubtedly a Chiparus, made by the Etling Foundry. Mounted on a black pyramid marble base she measures a total height of 18 inches (46cm). She has a gilt patina and wears a dark green toga. Condition is very original and good.

Ref: B386 . . . £5,995

Friends by Lemo
Large bronze lady and dog sitting on an amboyne wooden wall. It measures a huge 24 inches long by 8 inches deep and a total height of approx. 18 inches (61cm x 20cm x 46cm). Signed Lemo to the dogs tail. Condition is good with just a few minor veneer nicks to the base.

Ref: B431 . . . £3,995

The Hoop Dancer by De Fiesol
Large gilt bronze hoop dancer a signed piece by De Fiesol - etched to the verde marble base at the back. The marble base measures 7.5 inches high by 4.25 inches square (19cm x 11cm x 11cm). The total height of statue with the base is a large 23 inches (59cm). Condition is very good with just a little age related wear to the gold patina as one would expect.

Ref: B453 . . . £2,495

Spanish Dancer Plaque
French art deco stylised chromed bronze furniture or mirror plaque. It measures 26.5 inches long by 6.5 inches high (67cm x 16.5cm). These plaques were used on the bottom of mirrors and furniture items in the early 1930s. Condition is excellent. I have two available and I also have one on the bottom of a buffet mirror panel.

Ref: B517 . . . £495

Julienne by Demetre Chiparus
French terracotta bust of a beautiful lady who was actually the wife of Chiparus, signed D. H. Chiparus to the reverse. This bust is modelled as his wife Julienne Lullier. There is a portrait of her at the back of the Chiparus book and this piece is illustrated in the 2nd edition Chiparus book, page 260. It is sitting loosely on its original wooden base and measures 13.5 inches (34cm) high. In extremely good condition.

Ref: OF136 . . . £1,395


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