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Trois Danseuse au Bain by Pierre Le Faguays
French art deco terracotta statue. The three Dancing bathers, a signed piece by Pierre Le Faguays (best friend of Max Le Verrier). This large green patinated statue was discovered whilst clearing the Le Verrier family home that recently sold south of Paris. It may well be a prototype that was never put into production. It was owned by the Le Verrier family. It measures 16 inches wide by 6.5 inches deep by 17.5 inches high (41cm x 16.5cm x 45cm). Condition is good with a few small age related marks to the patina as one would expect. The Le Verrier foundry produced all of Le Faguays non bronze statues which he signed in his pseudonym - Fayral. A very rare statue.

Ref: OF227 . . . £2,695

Terracotta Mephistopheles by Max Le Verrier
This is from the Le Verrier family owned items that come from the atelier of Max Le Verrier and so was family owned. He is Mephistopheles by Max Le Verrier, and is signed to the back. It has come to me from the family of Max Le Verrier and was found in his items from his original atelier. This modernist cubist bust measures 17 inches (43cm) high. Condition is very good.

Ref: OF228 . . . £1,495

Pierrot Moquette
This plaster moquette of a Pierrot came from the Max Le Verrier collection. It was discovered when emptying a barn at the now sold Le Verrier family home. This is probably a prototype that never went into production. There is a signature on the base that looks like Janny-Dunand but cannot be sure. It is a one off and Le Verrier family owned piece. It measures 16 inches high (41cm). Condition is good but showing signs of its age, dating to the 1920s.

Ref: OF230 . . . £495

The Chien by Max Le Verrier
I have two of this same art deco terracotta dog by Max Le Verrier and also the original maquette that the mould was taken from in plaster. This large terracotta is of a stylised cubist Alsatian dog and it measures 28 inches long by 5.5 inches deep by 12 inches high (71cm x 14cm x 30cm). Signed on the base M. Le Verrier. Condition is good with just an old repaired corner which is very sound with an old crack mark across it. A Le Verrier family owned piece, from a clearance at the Le Verrier home.

Ref: OF231 . . . £695

Moquette Plaque by Max Le Verrier
French plaster moquette panel which was never put into production by Max Le Verrier. It is unsigned but has come from a collection of items which came from the Le Verrier family atelier. It shows a bearded man holding a basket of fruit. It measures 8.5 inches by 6.25 inches (22cm x 16cm). Unframed and with no way to hold it up on the wall a frame would have to be made for it.

Ref: Plq1312 . . . £395

Funeral Plaque from the Le Verrier Atelier
This plaster wall plaque has come from the archives of the Max Le Verrier family. It is titled - Les Funerailles d'tala. Signed Par Silva, and dated Paris 1906. It measures 15.5 inches by 12 inches (40cm x 30cm). I believe this may have been an original moquette and probably unique.

Ref: Plq1313 . . . £495

Marlene Dietrich by Royal Dux
Art deco ceramic wall plaque made as a half torso Marlene Dietrich holding a flower. It is marked Czech to the reverse. It measures 10 inches (26cm) high. Condition is good but not perfect as it has a few nicks to the edges of the flowers petals and a little wear to one eyebrow and the eyes due to age.

Ref: Plq1314 . . . £495

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