Pair of Louis XVI style ormolu and patinated bronze chenets. 19th century. One modeled as a poodle, the other a cat.
Louis XVI style gilt and patinated bronze mantle clock, 19th century, in the style of charpentier, retailed by Black, Starr, and Frost. PROVENANCE: The collection of Dr. Alex Titomirov, Great Falls, Va. #FreemansAuction
Tea Equipage in Tortoiseshell Case by Burrange Davenport, 1771
Antique bronze dragon chenets with brass wings and pedimented supports
ONE OF A PAIR OF EXCEPTIONAL LOUIS XVI CANDELABRA with Sevres Biscuit Caryatids, after Simon-Louis Boizot. Gilt bronze mounts attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire; doubtless presented to the Princess of Asturias (future Queen of Spain) by Louis XVI in 1785. Countless links united the royal families of France and Spain. Approximate value: One Million-Five-Hundred-Thousand Dollars. USD$ the pair.
Pierre Palatel Wine Fountain, ca. 1714
Heuvelmans Interiors handmade gilt bronze and dark patina candelabra with matching base
James Shruder Tea Kettle 1749. His tea-kettle and coffee pot above made as a set by Shruder clearly show the same kind of characteristics of the Maynard Master. Much of the decoration is taken from ornamental engravings by the celebrated French designer Jacques de Lajoue (1686-1761). The sea-horse is from his Second livre de cartouches, published in Paris in 1734
<B>PAIR OF FIREPLACE CHENETS,</b></i>Paris, Louis XV style, 19th century.<br>Bronze. Volute-shaped, decorated with leaves and flowers. H 63 cm. <br> <B>1 PAAR GROSSE KAMINBÖCKE,</b></i> Paris, Louis XV-Stil, 19. Jh.<br>Bronze. In Volutenform mit Blättern und Blumen. H 63 cm. <br>