Miscellaneous Plaques
TEL: 01883 620767 . . . . . MOBILE: 07970 493464

Email me here

Plaques 2

Wall Plaque by Bouraine
A gold leafed gesso art deco wall plaque after Marcel Bouraine. The original of this plaque was shown on the Marcel Bouraine pavilion at the 1926 Paris Arts Decoratives exhibition. Mounted in a black lacquered wooden frame, it measures approximately 31 inches (79cm) high by 31 inches (79cm) wide and 2.5 inches (6.5cm) deep. Condition is very good with just a small amount of gold leaf loss.

Ref: M5059 . . . £965

Diana by The Rowley Gallery
Wonderful and huge circular wood panel mounted with gilt gesso diana on horseback. Green background base with sponged patina. Remains of the Rowley Gallery sticker to the reverse and in very good condition with just some expected minor ageing and small chips to the gesso. Measures 34.5 inches (88cm) in diameter.

Ref: M639 . . . £2,895

Gesso Sculpture by Mach
Unusual and very rare Czechoslovakian gesso framed free standing plaque. A stylised nude lady with a baby at her side and scrolling scarf behind her. Black oak frame hand made, presumably by the artist. The plaque is signed Mach to the left hand edge above the child in the gesso. To the rear is an old label with the name Vachla H. Mach 1882-1958. Condition is very good. I do not have any information on Mach, so if anyone has information on him, or her, please let me know. Measures 18 inches high and 12 inches wide and 7.5 inches deep.

Ref: M1201 . . . £645

Metal Plaques
French metal 2-dimensional plaques depicting dancers mounting bolts beneath. Possibly removed from a piece of furniture or mirror. There are two of these but both face the same way. 6.5 inches wide and 7 inches high. Very good condition.

Ref: M2736 . . . £135 each

Wall Charger by Gungadin
English wall charger made of pressed metal - stamped Gungadin to the back hook. It measures 10 inches (25cm) in diameter. Condition is good with a little age related wear to the patina and two tiny edge splits to the metal.

Ref: M3630 . . . £125

Egyptian Queen Bronze Plaque by Bourdelle
Bronze panel of an Egyptian queen by Antoine Bourdelle. Probably originally made as appliques for a piece of furniture. The actual plaque measures 5 inches by 4.5 inches (12.5cm x 11.5cm). Antoine Bourdelle (31 October 1861 - 1 October 1929), born Emile Antoine Bordelles, was an influential and prolific French sculptor, painter, and teacher. His studio became the Musee Bourdelle, an art museum dedicated to his work, located at 18, rue Antoine Bourdelle, in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, France. See my information on artists page for more information on this important artist. Currently awaiting framing, I have 2 of these same plaques available.

Ref: B466 . . . £595 unframed

Art Deco Furniture Plaque
Stylised French bronze art deco floral furniture plaque. There are two small pin holes to hold it onto the panel. It measures 7.25 inches high by 3 inches high (18.5cm x 7.5cm). Condition is very good.

Ref: M4316 . . . £98

Bronze Furniture Panel
This large half panel is made of bronze and French. Originally would have been mounted on a piece of furniture. It shows a naked lady sitting in front of a fire by a tree and measures 6.25 inches (16cm) high by 3 inches 7.5cm) wide. In good vintage condition. It has 3 screw holes to mount it in place.

Ref: M4177 . . . £135

Military panel by Rene Pape
This large french plaster panel has come to me from the archives of the Max Le Verrier atelier. The subject is unknown although possibly Maurice Gamelin or Maxime Weygand - we notice he is wearing the Legion d'honneur. The plaque measures 23 inches high by 15.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep. May originally have been mounted in a frame. The piece is signed to the bottom left hand corner. There are 2 hanging hooks to the back of the piece and a number of age related chips.

Ref: PLQ1330 . . . £595

Wall Plaque by Pico
French Art Deco wall plaque of a dancing lady from the Folies Bergere. This same lady is shown on the front facade of the Folies Bergere building in Paris and the building was designed by Maurice Picaud (PICO). Picaud was an architect and he designed the building, he also worked freelance for the Rhulmann furniture company designing furniture. The name of the dancer depicted in the plaque was Nina Nickolska who danced naked with veils. Mounted in a black wooden frame It measures 28.5 inches (71cm) high by 28.5 inches (71cm) wide and 2.75 inches (7cm) deep. In excellent condition.

Ref: M5068 . . . £2,200

Art Deco Theatrical Panels
These gesso panels are copies of the original Folies Bergere side panels on the facade of the building. They represent comedy and tragedy. I also have a pair in gold finish (see above). They each measure 23.5 inches (60cm) high and 8 inches (20cm) wide and have a hanging hook to the back. Condition is excellent.

Ref: M5491 . . . £695 the pair

previous | next page

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Miscellaneous Items Home Page

Home Page