Sheryls Art Deco Emporium - Female Spelter Figures

Sheryls Art Deco Emporium

Warlingham, Surrey, U.K.
10 minutes from Junction 6 of the M25.

Telephone: (U.K.) 01883 620767 . . (International) 00 44 1883 620767 . . (Mobile) 07970 493464

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Large Female Spelter Figures 15

'The Offering' by Balleste
French bronze patinated Egyptian themed lady holding a hand full of flowers. This is an unsigned piece by Enrique Molins-Balleste. Base is made of verdigris and pink marble and measures 15 inches long by 4.5 deep and the total height of the statue is 8 inches (38cm x 11.5 x 20). Condition is very good.

Ref: F1519 . . . £785

Spelter group by Balleste
A small French spelter lady and deer by Molins-Balleste and measuring approximately 10 inches (25cm) long and 7 inches (18cm) high and mounted on a beige marble base. In good condition with some minor ageing to the patina.

Ref: F485 . . . £275

Large Amazone by Le Faguays
This is the larger art metal Amazone aux Javelot, by Pierre Le Faguays, made by the Le Verrier foundry during the 1930's. She measures 23.5 inches (60cm) high including wedged stepped stone base. The base socle bears the Le Verrier foundry stamp and NAG which is often the marking for this larger version of this statue. Condition is very good.

Ref: F1225 . . . £2,200

Large Toga Dancer by Carlier
French spelter Toga Dancer (similar to the Godard Bubble Dancer, and modelled on the same theatrical dancer). This is the largest version of this model by Carlier and also incorporates the dancing goat. The base measures 20 x 4.75 inches (51x12cm) and the height of the lady is 17.5 inches (44cm). The base is of portorro extra with brown and green Brazilian onyx front panel. Signed to the base and in very good condition with possibly some signs of repatination to the skin tone and goat.

Ref: F1236 . . . £795

Lady & Dog Group by Carlier
Metallic finish with just hints of a bronze patina - this figure measures 24 inches wide by 12 inches high and 7 inches deep. The base is made of Portorro with Sienna and Rosa Alecante marble sections to the front. She is signed in the marble and bears the Fabrication Francais stamp at the back. Excellent condition.
Emile Joseph Nestor Carlier 1849-1927, born in Cambrai, France and died in Paris 1927. He studied at local art schools and moved to Paris where he was a pupil of Jouffroy, Cavelier and Chapu at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. Famous for his busts, animals and genre groups. He received many medals for his work and held the rank of Officier in the Legion of Honour.

Ref: F2361 . . . £740

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