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Empire Recamiere in ash-tree veneered with fire gilt bronze rosettes on the curved backrest and feet. The length of the bed is 155 cm, the seat height 40 cm. The Recamiere was completely reupholstered with a dark blue fabric with white piping. The Recamiere is in a professionally refurbished condition. Design, Art Deco, Friends, Empire, Vienna, Chaise Longue, Home Décor, Reupholster, Bed
Empire Chaise Longue, Vienna c. 1810
Empire Recamiere in ash-tree veneered with fire gilt bronze rosettes on the curved backrest and feet. The length of the bed is 155 cm, the seat height 40 cm. The Recamiere was completely reupholstered with a dark blue fabric with white piping. The Recamiere is in a professionally refurbished condition.
Pair of partly gilt Brûle-Parfum urns, attributed to Claude Gallé, standing on grey marble bases with Hermes mascarons. The urns are decorated with a gilt relief wall depicting dancing Maenads. The lid and the rim show ajour work. The urns come from the collection of Thurn & Taxis, St. Emmeran. A similar pair can be found in Pavlovsk. See: Ducamp, Emmanuel: Pavlovsk Palace and Park, S. 199-201. Metal, Hermès, Potpourri, Antiques, Art, Antique, Art Deco Vases, Vases And Vessels
Pair of Brûle-Parfum, France c. 1805
Pair of partly gilt Brûle-Parfum urns, attributed to Claude Gallé, standing on grey marble bases with Hermes mascarons. The urns are decorated with a gilt relief wall depicting dancing Maenads. The lid and the rim show ajour work. The urns come from the collection of Thurn & Taxis, St. Emmeran. A similar pair can be found in Pavlovsk. See: Ducamp, Emmanuel: Pavlovsk Palace and Park, S. 199-201.
The glass vase is surrounded by a tripod, whose legs run out into leafy vines and whose handles are designed as goosenecks. The lower part is held together by three cross-connections, which terminate below a leaf frieze in which the vase body rests with a pine cone. The extremely fine chiselling of the fire-gilded bronze makes one think of Berlin or Dresden as a place of origin. Tennessee, Berlin, Brass Handles, Glass Vessel, Gold Vases, Vase
Neoclassical Amphora, prob. Berlin around 1800
The glass vase is surrounded by a tripod, whose legs run out into leafy vines and whose handles are designed as goosenecks. The lower part is held together by three cross-connections, which terminate below a leaf frieze in which the vase body rests with a pine cone. The extremely fine chiselling of the fire-gilded bronze makes one think of Berlin or Dresden as a place of origin.