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ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
decorated porcelain with transfer each marked and numbered on the underside manufactured by Seltmann Company, Germany and Decoritalia, for Alessi, Italy The Artists (from left to to right): 11. Frederic Bruly Bouabré 12. Sergi Calatronic 13. Luglio Capella 14. Sergio Cappelli e Patrizia Ranzo 15. Nigel Coates 16. Cocktail (Renate von Bevern, Heike Mulhhaus) 17. Gianni Colombo 18. Riccardo Dalisi 19. Nicola De Maria 20. Jan Digerud Height: cm 39; in. 15.35, each (10)
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
decorated porcelain with transfer each marked and numbered on the underside manufactured by Seltmann Company, Germany and Decoritalia, for Alessi, Italy The Artists (from left to right): 31. Milton Glaser 32. Michael Graves 33. Maria Christina Hamel 34. Jan Mohamed Hanif 35. Pitt Heinke 36. Yoshiki Hishinuma 37. Susan Holm 38. Yong Ping Huang 39. Aussi Jaffari 40. Christer Jonson Height: cm 39; in. 15.35, each (10)
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
decorated porcelain with transfer each marked and numbered on the underside manufactured by Seltmann Company, Germany and Decoritalia, for Alessi, Italy The Artists (from left to right): 41. Bodys Isek 42. Inka Kivalo 43. Mark Kostabi 44. Randi Kristensen 45. Milan Kunca 46. Kunstflug 47. Shiro Kuramata 48. Quim Larrea 49. Cheikh Ledy 50. Stefan Lindfors Height: cm 39; in. 15.35, each (10)
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
decorated porcelain with transfer each marked and numbered on the underside manufactured by Seltmann Company, Germany and Decoritalia, for Alessi, Italy The Artists (from left to right): 51. Kamba Luesa 52. Esther Mahlangu 53. Valente Malangatana 54. Karel Malich 55. Massimo Marianic 56. Giusi Mastro 57. Kivuthi Mbuno 58. Alessandro Mendinic 59. Antonio Miralda 60. Sergei Vladimir Mironenko Height: cm 39; in. 15.35, each (10)
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
ALESSANDRO MENDINI (B. 1931) Collection of ten «100% Make up» vases with lid, 1992 first edition
decorated porcelain with transfer each marked and numbered on the underside manufactured by Seltmann Company, Germany and Decoritalia, for Alessi, Italy The Artists (from left to right): 81. Peter Struycken 82. Sibilla 83. Guillermo Tejeda 84. Cyprien Tokoudagba 85. Dagmar Trinks 86. Maurizio Turchet 87. Gemelli sette sette 88. Masanori Umeda 89. Hilde Vemren 90. Robert Venturi Height: cm 39; in. 15.35, each (10)
MULLER FRERES (established 1895–1933) LEON CHAPELLE Bronze and glass ‘Peacock’ table lamp
MULLER FRERES (established 1895–1933) LEON CHAPELLE Bronze and glass ‘Peacock’ table lamp
signed ‘Chapelle Nancy’ on the bronze and ‘Muller Frères’ on the glass clear glass decorated with colored inclusions by Muller Frères, wrought iron mount by Léon Chapelle, black marble base. height: 37 cm lenght: 53 cm Executed circa 1920 The Muller brothers, founders of the Muller Frères glassworks in Lunéville, are French art glassmakers of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. The family includes nine brothers and one sister. They were all trained in the art of glassmaking. The best known are Eugène Muller (1883-1914), Désiré Muller (1877-1952) and Henri Muller (1868- ). The Muller Frères worked with Léon (or Edouard) Chapelle, wrought iron worker from Lay St Christophe who made 14 models of animals according to the catalogs of the time (snail, turtle, pigeon, lion, peacock, elephant, monkey, etc.) but also two other models including a tiger. These pieces were made between 1925 and 1935. The mounts are sometimes in bronze, most of the time signed. The glassware is sometimes decorated with metallic interleaving (Muller patent of 1929), most often with a shiny unsanded decoration. Chapelle also made many small objects such as letter openers, pocket trays etc.
PAIR OF MAJESTIC ROYAL BLUE LAPIS LAZULI PEDESTALS AND VASES, EARLY XX CENTURY NEOCLASSICAL STYLE
PAIR OF MAJESTIC ROYAL BLUE LAPIS LAZULI PEDESTALS AND VASES, EARLY XX CENTURY NEOCLASSICAL STYLE
Flanked by two large gilt bronze handles with winding garlands foliage. Solid square royal blue lapis lazuli bases and square trays. The bases are decorated with rich bronze gilt knots, cords, beaded frieze and valances. Each vase rests on a pedestal surrounded by garlands of olive leaves, symbols of life and longevity, and topped with a Corinthian bronze capital. Similar pair of vases are found at the state Hermitage museum in Saint-Petersburg Russia. Height: 262 cm. Pedestals : 112 cm. Vases: 150 cm. In excellent condition.
Parrots sculpture by Chaumet
Parrots sculpture by Chaumet
Vermeil, mother of pearl, lapis lazuli, and rock crystal. The parrots are resting on a perch, their heads and feathers in mother-of-pearl monochrome colours. Their bodies and tails are decorated with lapis lazuli motifs. The parrots are resting on a revolving cylindrical base of rock crystal finished with a lapis lazuli terrace.

Marked ‘CHAUMET A925’ Accompanied by designated gouache painting in a frame, signed ‘Chaumet’ and dated 1986. This sculpture has been entered in the archives of Chaumet museum in Paris. Sculpture: 47.5 x 29 cm. Paintings: 84 x 65 cm. In excellent condition. The history of Chaumet has been entwined with the History of France ever since its founding in 1780, in Paris. Indeed, the House of Chaumet very quickly became the official jeweller to Empress Josephine. Its high jewellery savoir-faire has been passed down through generations of jewellers for almost 240 years. Crafted at the very heart of the place Vendôme, the jewellery watchmaking and sculpture creations reflect these exceptional skills and pay tribute to the Parisian style.
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