Archive for February, 2009

New In – A Large Swedish Impressionistic Oil On Canvas. c.1940’s

New in is a large Swedish oil on canvas in an impressionistic manner depicting a field of wild grass. In a gilt frame, it measures and dates to c.1940’s

New In – A Swedish Oil Of A Fishing Port By Kai Christensen. c.1960’s

New In is a Swedish oil on panel of a fishing port in winter by Kai Christensen. In a painted frame, it measures 69cm wide x 42cm high. It dates to c.1960’s

New In – A French Oil Of A Female Nude. c.1930’s

New in today is this French oil on canvas of a female nude (in a rather ‘distressed’ condition). In a black and gilt frame it measures 71cm wide x 60cm high. c.1930’s

New In – An Australian Still Life By Neil. c.1968

New in today is an Australian oil on panel of a still life by the artist ‘Neil’. In a distressed painted frame, it measures: 61cm high x 72cm wide

New In – A Dutch Still Life c.1950’s

New in today is a charming Dutch oil on panel of a still life. In a hessian and a water gilded frame, it measures: 53cm high x 63cm wide. c.1950’s

New In – A Belgian Portrait Of A Royal c.1890-1910

New In, this Belgian oil on canvas of an unknown Royal. In a bur walnut and gilt frame it measures 87cm high x 65cm wide and dates to c.1890-1910

New In – Male Nude By Leon De Leeuw c.1960-65

This large work of black ink and wash depicts a crouching male nude. It dates to the early c.1960’s and was purchased in an exhibition at the Phoenix Gallery, Madison Avenue, New York in 1965. LEON DE LEEUW ‘Born in Paris, De Leeuw came to the United States in 1939. He earned a bachelor’s degree […]

New In – ‘Silver Birch’ By Leon De Leeuw c.1960-65

This work of charcoal, chalk and paint depicts silver birch trees. It dates to the early c.1960’s and was purchased in an exhibition at the Phoenix Gallery, Madison Avenue, New York in 1965. It measures: 50cm wide x 40cm high LEON DE LEEUW ‘Born in Paris, De Leeuw came to the United States in 1939. […]

New In – A Collection Of Marble & Rock Crystal Decorative Objects

New in a collection of decorative objects, comprising two 19thc marble ball finials, a marble obelisk and two mounted rock crystal spheres. The mounted finials measure: 23cm high

New In – A Pair Of 19th c Ornamental Rosso Antico Marble Mounted Spheres

New in, a pair of large ‘rosso antico’ marble ornamental spheres, mounted on turned water gilded wooden bases. They measure: 23cm high. c.1860’s

New In – A c.1930’s Italian Cera Perduta (Lost Wax) Of Perseus Displaying The Medusa

New in today, a fine Italian, lost wax (cera perduta) bronze figure of Perseus holding up the head of the Medusa. It is in the Fascistic style of the period. Mounted on a blond mahogany base, it measures: 36cm high. c.1930’s

New In – A c.1950’s Portuguese Porcelain Bowl In Gold Leaf

New in is a Portuguese porcelain bowl with fluted, ribbed edge, covered in gold leaf on the upper surface. It measures: 29cm diameter and dates to the c.1950’s.

New In – A French, Louis XVIII ‘Paris-Ware’ Porcelain Tazza

New in, an early 19th Century, French porcelain ‘Paris-Ware’ tazza with a pierced fretwork design in gold leaf. It bares a crown and insignia, presumably that of a nobleman. It measures: 19cm high and dates to around c.1820 (Louis XVIII)

New In – A Pair Of Mid 19th c Meissen Plates

New in today are this pair of elliptical shaped Meissen plates, with gold leaf pierced border’s. They measure 33cm wide x 20cm high and date to the c.1840-60’s

New In – A Pair Of 18th c Chinese Export Plates

New in today, a pair of late 18th Century Chinese export plates made for the European market. In excellent condition apart from one small chip. They measure: 23cm in diameter. c.1780’s

New In – 3 Chinese Export Plates With A Prunus Blossom Design

New in today is a collection of three Chinese export plates for the European market of various size. The larger two are mid 19th Century and the smaller plate dates to the late 19th Century. All three depict a prunus blossom design in blue. Measuring: 30cm diameter, 25cm diameter & 22cm diameter

New In – An 18th c Italian Silver-Leaf Candlestick As A Lamp

New in today is an 18thc carved, gesso’d and silver leaf candlestick, newly electrified and converted into a lamp. It is unrestored and measures: 55cm high. Sold with the pale blue shade seen in the photograph

New In – A French, Silver Plated Bouillotte Lamp c.1840’s

New in today is an early 19thc French, silver plated ‘Bouillotte’ lamp comprising three arms with adjustable charcoal painted tole shade. It has fine detail to the metal work, with a pineapple finial and acanthus decoration throughout. It is newly electrified and measures: 63cm high. c.1840’s Bouillotte lamps were designed and adapted in the 18th […]

New In – A Pair Of French Architectural Lamps

New in today are a pair of table lamps, which are constructed out of old 19thc French architectural metal components, in a distressed painted finish mounted on a bronze base. Newly electrified, they measure 48cm high x 43cm wide x 24cm deep and are sold with the oblong shaped, eau de nil shades seen in […]

New In – A Pair Of French Gilt Bronze & Cut Glass Wall Lights c.1860

New in today are a pair of French gilt bronze, twin branch wall lights hung with good quality cut glass plaques and pendants, some in amber coloured glass. They measure: 43cm high x 29cm wide. c.1860’s