A French Art Nouveau gilt-bronze clock by Marionnet, resembling a pedestal from a sculpture garden, grown over with vines and ivy, executed in high relief gilt bronze.
|Signed: "A. Marionnet”|
A French Art Nouveau rosewood two-tiered pedestal by Anthony Selmersheim.
A French Art Nouveau two-tier wooden pedestal by Louis Majorelle, featuring a clover-shaped second tier. A similar table is pictured in “Majorelle - Nancy: décorations d’intérieurs: meubles, tentures, bronzes, ferronneries” (the 1906 Majorelle catalogue).
A French Art Nouveau bronze figural sculpture by Charles Korschann, featuring a gilt bronze head of a woman with silvered hair. The front of the rectangular marble pedestal is decorated with silvered flowers, and an emerald colored glass gem is inset on the bust. Pictured in Dynamic Beauty: Sculpture of Art Nouveau Paris, by Macklowe Gallery, The Studley Press, 2011, p.160.
|Signed: “C.H. Korschann” and stamped with the Louchet foundry mark|
A French Art Nouveau walnut pedestal attributed to Emile André, featuring sinuous legs with understated organic carvings. A similar pedestal is pictured in “The Paris Salons 1895-1915, Vol. III: Furniture”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1996, p. 40 (Exposition de l’Ecole de Nancy, Paris, 1903).
A French Art Nouveau carved walnut pedestal with marble by Eugene Gaillard. Circa 1900. A similar pedestal is pictured in: “The Paris Salons, 1895-1910, Volume III: Furniture”, by Alastair Duncan, Antique Collectors’ Club, Publishers, page 211 (La Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1902). Dimensions: 51½ '' high x 19'' wide x 19'' deep (Top: 14” x 14”)