Sheryls Art Deco Emporium - Bronzes (Female)

Sheryls Art Deco Emporium

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

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Bronzes (Female) - Page 1

Danseuse aux Thyrsus by Le Faguays
French art Deco patinated bronze dancer holding a Thyrsus. Mounted on a portorro marble base and signed Le Faguays to the base (1892 - 1962). She measures 11 inches high (28cm) high and is the smallest version of this statue. Similar ones can be seen in the Catley book on page 196and in the Shayo statuettes book on page 154. Condition is vintage but good.

Ref: B611 . . . £4,795

Dressing Table piece by Lorenzl
Austrian art deco nude bronze dancer holding up a dish. I believe this was made as a dressing table trinket dish. Signed Lorenzl to her leg and mounted on a Mable dish base. It measures 6.5 inches high by 8.5 inches wide (16.5cm 21cm). Condition is very good.

Ref: B613 . . . £1,995

Snowball Fight by Le Faguays
Rare French art deco silvered bronze group of two naked females in a snowball fight. They are holding ivory balls and it is signed to the base - P. Le Faguays (Pierre Le Faguays - 1892-1962). With the unusual gilt foil and enamel chequerboard front to the marble base. I have had other Le Faguays statues with this similar base but they are very rare. Made in 1930. It measures 16 inches wide by 15.5 inches high by 5 inches deep (40cm x 39cm x 13cm). Condition is vintage but very good.

Ref: B601 . . . £4,995

The Bat Dancer by Poertzel
German Art Deco bronze large bat dancer by Otto Poertzel. Made I believe in three sizes, and this is the biggest. Signed to the bronze socle base - Prof-Poertzel and mounted on a flared black marble base. Otto Poertzel German (1896 - 1963). He produced many bronzes and stone statues for municipal buildings. He is shared a studio with Ferdinand Preiss and produced some similar works. He is considered one of the most prominent and famous Germany sculptural artists. His works are highly sought after worldwide. It measures a large 24.5 inches high (62cm). A similar version in bronze and ivory can be seen in the Statuettes book by Shayo on page 201. Condition is very good with a few minor marble nibbles to the base as one would expect.

Ref: B631 . . . £18,000

Thoughts by Guiraud Riviere c. 1930
French art deco green patinated bronze - smaller version of thoughts by Guiraud Riviere. A similar one can be seen in the Catley book on page 173. Naked lady sitting on a verdigris marble base. She measures 6.75 inches high by 7.5 inches long by 3 inches deep (17cm x 19cm x 7.5cm). Condition is vintage but very good.

Ref: B609 . . . £2,695

Rare Cubist Lady and Urn Lamp by Guiraud
French 1920s art deco cubist stylised lady holding a small urn lamp. Silvered Bronze with an alabaster shade. Signed F. Guiraud to the bronze base. It measures 13 inches high (33cm). A good quality piece by a good artist. Condition is very good.

Ref: B620 . . . £2,495

The Dance Set by Le Faguays
French art deco green patinated bronze dancing couple. Unsigned but definitely by Pierre Le Faguays. Each is mounted on a marble base that measures 14 inches long 5.5 inches deep and the total heights are 18 inches (35.5cm x 14cm x 46cm). These statues were sold when new with an option for a pair on one single base or as single pieces. It is unusual to get a pair which are each on their own bases. Condition is excellent.

Ref: B624 . . . £7,595

Idyll by Chiparus
French Art Deco bronze statue of Romeo and Juliet - known as Idyll. This is the bronze version - I also have a terracotta of the same statue available. The same piece can be seen in the Chiparus book on page 64. It measures 14 inches high by 19.5 inches long (36cm x 50cm). It is signed in the bronze to the back of the seat D. H. Chiparus and Editions Revyrolis Paris. In very good vintage condition with just a few expected small marble nibbles.

Ref: B630 . . . £4,995

'Lively Harlequin' by Bouraine
A wonderful silvered bronze theatrical dancer by Marcel Bouraine. The famous harlequin - she is dancing with a tricorn hat and a mask in her hand, and a clowns head on her foot. Total height is 15 inches (38cm) and the base is of Rosso Red marble in a pyramid shape. Signed Bouraine to the base, there is also a date inscribed on the back 1933-1943 which might suggest that is was presented to someone as a gift for service rendered. It is also stamped bronze under the foot. Condition is very good and original.

Ref: F837 . . . £3,695

'Amitie' by Max Le Verrier
A large and stunning carved alabaster statuary lamp group, signed Le Verrier to the back panel. Circa 1920. Two ladies or mother and daughter sitting on a bench with a mask embellishment to the seat, 2 doves sitting amongst carved floral base. The base has a concealed lamp fitting and it looks wonderful when lit. Measures 19 inches (48.5cm) high. Condition is extremely good with just a couple of tiny chips to the birds tails.

Ref: OF129 . . . £2,895

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