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

'The Reader' by Chiparus
Gold patinated spelter group of a lady reading a book with a kid. Mounted on a base of black and variegated marble with onyx frontpiece. In good condition although the surface of the marble to the right hand end is pitted, just where the signature should be. Measures approximately 23.5 inches long, 9 inches high and 5.5 inches deep (60 x 23 x 14cm). Can be viewed in the Chiparus book, page 66.

Ref: F1404 . . . £795

Harem Twins
Spelter harem twins, unsigned but I believe by Limousin. Silvered patina, with gilt and red dress detailing. They are mounted on a marble base with pointed ends. Base measures 16 inches long by 4.5 deep and the total height of the statues is 7.5 inches. Condition is good but one little finger shows signs of restoration but as it is at the back it is barely visible unless you look for it, hence £395

Ref: F752 . . . £395

Tug of War by Janle
French spelter girl and goat - a signed piece by Janle. 16.5 inches long and 9 inches high (43 x 23cm). Base is of verdigris marble with curved ends. Good condition with no breaks or repairs, just some minor ageing to the patina of the girl.

Ref: F996 . . . £495

Large Olympie by Fayral
This leaping lady is the large version of Olympie, made in the Le Verrier foundry during the 1920's/30's and designed by Le Verrier's friend Pierre Le Faguays. (Fayral was a pseudonym used by Le Faguays). She measures a total height of 20.5 inches (52cm) including the stone base. Total width is 13 inches (33cm) and she is signed under her foot. Condition is good but does have several stone base chips mainly to two corners and some patina wear.

Ref: F1410 . . . £1,845

Lady and Deer Group by Chiparus
A large French spelter group by the very famous Demetre Chiparus. The lady has a green patina with bronze dress colouring and is kneeling on a Belgian Black marble base that measures 29.5 inches long, the height is 16.5 and depth is 5 inches (75cm x 42 x 13). It is signed D. H. Chiparus to the right hand end of the base. The condition is very good with some slight ageing and paint loss to the baby deer and minor edge nibbles to the marble. Demetre Chiparus was born in Romania on 16th Sept 1886, he later studied, worked and lived in Paris. He studied under A. Mercier and J. Boucher. He exhibited at the Salon in 1914. He is the most famous of the deco artists and is considered the pioneer of the Art Deco Chryselephantine bronzes technique used during the 1920's and 30's. He made pieces in many mediums including bronze, bronze and ivory (Chryselephantine) spelter, terracotta and plaster.

Ref: F2431 . . . £995


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