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French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Clock by Dufrène

A French Art Nouveau clock in gilt bronze by Maurice Dufrène with dancing figures modeled by Félix Voulot for the Parisian atelier La Maison Moderne. A similar model of this clock is part of the permanent collection of the Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. Signed, "F. Voulot 1900". Pictured in The Paris Salons: 1895-1914, Volume V: Objects d'Art & Metalware, by Alastair Duncan, pages 38 and 227. Also pictured in L'Ofevrerie et Le Bronze, L'Art Decoratif, by Charles Torquet, page 207.

Artist: Dufrène
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 21¾'' high x 8'' wide x 5½'' deep
Item #:  S-14554
Price:   $29,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Clock by Dufrène

Louis Zorra Art Nouveau Diamond, Amethyst, Pearl and Plique à Jour Enamel Brooch

An Art Nouveau 18 karat gold and plique à jour brooch with diamond, amethysts and pearl by Louis Zorra. The brooch has an old mine-cut diamond with an approximate total weight of .65 carats, 21 round bezel set amethysts with an approximate total weight of 1.10 carats, and a hanging, enamel capped pearl. Similar pictured in Imperishable Beauty Art Nouveau Jewelry, by Yvonne J. Markowitz and Elyse Zorn Karlin, MFA Publications Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2008, pages 8 and 68. "Zorra was possibly born in Italy, working in Paris during the Art Nouveau period)...he moved to Paris from Asti, Italy, and exhibited at the Salon des artistes français, receiving an honorable mention in 1902." Markowitz and Karlin in Imperishable Beauty, pg. 151.

Artist: Louis Zorra
Signed: “Emily C, Minor” “V.B.K. From C.W.W”
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 1 3/4 inches in length by 1 1/2 inches in width
Item #:  BO-16930
Price:   $22,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Louis Zorra Art Nouveau Diamond, Amethyst, Pearl and Plique à Jour Enamel Brooch

Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin Art Deco Yellow Diamond, Emerald and Platinum Ring

An American Art Deco diamond, emerald and platinum ring by Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin. This ring has a yellow cushion-cut diamond with an approximate weight of 1.75 carats, and an emerald-cut emerald with an approximate weight of 1.65 carats mounted in a stylized Art Deco stepped platinum ring. "From the mid-1930s through the 1940s, the collaboration of the American jewelry firm Trabert & Hoeffer with the Parisian house Mauboussin produced some of the most extraordinary high-style jewels of its time. Hollywood stars such as Claudette Colbert and Marlene Dietrich appeared on-screen and off flashing the firm's historic gems mounted in diamond-studded platinum settings. Even during the Depression and World War II, Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin prospered and expanded across the country not only by continuing to supply stylish custom jewelry to celebrities and socialites, but also by marketing more affordable ornaments. Its best-known invention was the Reflection line of semi-custom jewelry—"Your personality in a jewel." Crafted from interchangeable parts, it made a bold new moderne look available to a wider range of customers by allowing them to mix and match preconstructed parts with their own choice of gemstones." The Jewels of Trabert & Hoeffer -- Mauboussin: A history of American style and innovation, Yvonne J. Markowitz et. al., Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 2014. Size: 4-3/4; this ring can be sized.

Artist: Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin
Signed: “T&HM” 3266 irid/plat
Circa: 1930's
Item #:  R-16531
Price:   $35,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin Art Deco Yellow Diamond, Emerald and Platinum Ring

Petite Coupe Sur in Enamel and Gold by Thesmar

Petite coupe sur talon in enamel and 18 karat gold by André Fernand Thesmar (1843–1912). In original box. André Fernand Thesmar (1843-1912) was a French enameler. He is credited with bringing the style of soft-paste porcelain back into style, alongside sections with gold foil backings, in the 20th century. He also used the method of plique-à-jour, including works that were often inspired by Japanese and Chinese enameling. He showed his work at the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle. The floral motifs that adorn this petite coupe sur talon by André Thesmar appear to float due to the expert use of plique-à-jour, a type of enamel that has no backing so that light can shine through it like leaded glass. Thesmar's ability to create such an exceptional piece in gold and enamel shows a combination of artistry and technical genius that is very rare to come by. A similar coup sur talon is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Artist: Andre Fernand Thesmar
Signed: Monogram with 1906, 37
Circa: 1907
Dimensions: 2 3/4'' diameter x 7/8'' high
Item #:  G-16716
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Petite Coupe Sur in Enamel and Gold by Thesmar

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Flower Form Vase

A Favrile flower form vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany featuring a pulled feather design in tones and hues of pink, yellow and white. A similar vase is pictured in: The Tiffany Collection of the Chrysler Museum at Norfolk, by Paul E. Doros, Richmond, VA: W. M. Brown & son, Inc., 1978, p. 34, cat. no. 31.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: o7970
Circa: 1901
Dimensions: 5 1/4'' diameter x 10'' high
Item #:  T-17110
Price:   $14,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Flower Form Vase

French Pâte-de-Verre Dish by Amalric Walter

A French 'Lucanes, cerf-volant' pâte de verre by Amalric Walter and Henri Bergé. This piece features two scarabs atop a raised mound at the center of the dish. The glass of the surrounding dish graduates from opaque fiery ochre to translucent gold. A similar dish is pictured in : Amalric Walter (1870-1959), by Keith Cummings, Kingswinford: Broadfield House Glass Museum, 2006, p. 24, plate 26.

Artist: Walter
Signed: AWALTER NANCY, HBergé sc.
Circa: 1920's
Dimensions: 3'' high x 11'' wide x 5'' deep
Item #:  P-17451
Price:   $19,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
French Pâte-de-Verre Dish by Amalric Walter

Marianne Ostier Mid-20th Century Diamond and Gold Earrings

A pair of 18 karat gold earrings with diamonds by Marianne Ostier. The earrings contain 32 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 2.60 carats, G/H color, VS clarity. The earrings are composed of twisted gold wire forming a cone shape which is topped with a cluster of diamonds. From the Ostier Sale held by Park-Bernet Galleries catalogue in 1969: A Collection of Jewelry, Designed by Marianne Ostier Ostier, Inc., one of New York's leading jewelers dealing precious-stone jewelery of original design and superb custom craftsmanship, was closed in September of this year [1969], following the death of its co-founder, Oliver Ostier. The present sale offers the entire stock of this distinguished firm. All pieces are original designs of Marianne Ostier, co-founder with her late husband of the firm and an internationally famed designer of jewelery. Of the decision to close the business, Marianne Ostier said: With the passing of my husband, I have had to devote more and more of my efforts to administrative duties. These demands of my time can no longer be met without artistic compromise which to me is unacceptable. Representing the third generation of court jewelers in Austria, Oliver Ostier came to America following the Anschluss of 1938. Shortly thereafter he founded the firm of Ostier, Inc., with his wife Marianne, a talented painter and sculptress as well as an artist in the design of jewelry. Author of Jewels and the woman , the basic primer of the art of wearing jewelry, Marianne Ostier's designs became major jewelry fashions and classics of modern designed jewelry. She is repsonsible for numerous innovations, such as the pincushion clip, the famed skin pin and free-from jewelry; she pioneered in abstract designs for jewelry and, as a sculptress, brought a new dimension to her work in jewelry design. For many years, Mrs. Ostier won the Diamond U.S.A. Award and the Diamond International Award for design excellence. The first life-time member elected to the Diamonds-International Academy, the hall of fame for modern jewelry designers, she represented the United States at the Art in Precious Jewelry exhibition at the Finch College Museum of Art in 1966, which featured the work of the foremost designers of ten countries. Among the artists, in addition to Mrs. Ostier, were Georges Braques and Salvador Dali. The exhibition and sale of Marianne Ostier Originals marks the end of an important chapter in the history of jewelry design. The catalogue of her oeuvres eloquently records her contribution toward advancing this art form. .

Artist: Marianne Ostier
Signed: Maker’s mark.
Circa: Mid-20th Century
Dimensions: 3/4 inch in diameter
Item #:  ER-16845
Price:   $12,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Marianne Ostier Mid-20th Century Diamond and Gold Earrings

French Art Nouveau "Mimosa" Vase by Daum

An artistic French Art Nouveau mimosa vase by Daum featuring pink cameo overlay naturalistically modeled as a languid orchid. The influences of Japanese culture permeated fin de siècle Paris and could be felt in museums and in homes. Similarly, a nascent fascination with natural forms, found in publications of the day like Ernst Haeckle's Kunstformen der Natur, manifested itself in a proliferation of flowers in French art and design and in an intese investigation of flora where artists rivaled botanists. This piece borders on abstraction. The Orchid, splayed open and surrounded by copious pollen spores, is imbued with feminine sensuality. The imaginative color palate and curving lines surpass the glass design standards of the day and render this piece a beguiling objet d'art. Circa 1900. Signed, ''Daum, Nancy''. Dimensions: 5'' high x 12½ '' wide x 3½ '' deep.

Artist: Daum
Signed: Daum, Nancy
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 5'' high x 12½ '' wide x 3½ '' deep
Item #:  G-14544
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
French Art Nouveau
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