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French Art Nouveau Side Chairs by Vallin

A pair of French Art Nouveau side chairs by Vallin, featuring a carved mahogany "Wheat" patterned motif and leather upholstery. Similar chairs are pictured in: "The Paris Salons, 1895-1910, Volume III: Furniture" by Alastair Duncan, Antique Collectors'' Club, Publishers, page 555 (Dining room, collection of Eugène Corbin, Le Salon d''Automne, 1910).

French Art Nouveau Side Chairs by Vallin

Art Nouveau Silver and Enamel Vase by Feuillatre

A French Art Nouveau silver and enamel vase by Eugène Feuillatre. The vase is decorated with leafed branches holding pink and gold cloisonné flowers and buds against a sky blue background. It rests on a braided silver stand with three carved feet. The rim is decorated with silver scarabs. A similar vase is pictured in: "Art Nouveau: The French Aesthetic", by Victor Arwas, London: Andreas Papadakis, 2002, p. 397.

Art Nouveau Silver and Enamel Vase by Feuillatre

French Art Nouveau silver and plique-à-jour "Capucines" Enamel Clock

A rare French Art Nouveau silver and plique-à-jour enamel "Capucines" clock with butterflies and nasturtiums by Eugène Feuillâtre. The front and sides of the clock are decorated with enameled orange flowers and green leaves. The top and back are gold-washed and heavily engraved with flowers and vines. The clock face features two painted butterflies. Provenance: Collection of Jerome Shaw, Florida A similar clock is pictured in: "The Paris Salons 1895-1915, Vol. V: Objects d''Art and Metalware," by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors'' Club, 1999, p. 255. Exhibited: La Société des Artistes Français, 1902.

French Art Nouveau silver and plique-à-jour 'Capucines' Enamel Clock

Three Legged Mahogany Table attributed to Eugène Vallin

A French three legged mahogany table attributed to Eugène Vallin. The table''s second shelf and three legs are carved from a single piece of wood. The table''s feet end in modified pads.

Three Legged Mahogany Table attributed to Eugène Vallin

French Art Nouveau silver and plique-à-jour enamel coupe d''ornement by Eugène Feuillâtre

A French Art Nouveau silver and plique-à-jour enamel coupe d''ornement by Eugène Feuillâtre. This exceptional compote features delicate and stylized floral patterns on the upper and lower portions. Green leaves encircle the base of the piece and the sinewy stem of the petite cup appears to grow out of the foliage below, and a spray of pink flowers blooms at the top of the compote. Feuillâtre complimented the deeply rooted organic motifs of his quintessentially Art Nouveau compote by adorning the piece with small green enamel buds on the top and bottom of the stem. This compote is particularly remarkable because it is made almost entirely of plique-à-jour enamel. Eugene Feuillâtre (1870-1916) was a sculptor, enamelist, silversmith and jeweler. He worked for Lalique at the end of the 19th century and established his own firm in 1899, specializing in plique-à-jour decorated objects. He also perfected the technique of enameling on silver and platinum. Provenance: the Collection of Joseph R. Ritman. A nearly identical coupe d''ornement resides in the Musee D''Orsay in Paris.

French Art Nouveau silver and plique-à-jour enamel coupe d''ornement by Eugène Feuillâtre

Art Nouveau Sellette by Gaillard

A French Art Nouveau walnut wood selette by Eugène Gaillard. The selette has three shelves. The middle shelf extends beyond the carved, curving legs in two directions. It is supported by four sinuous bronze arms. There is decorative carving below the top shelf, and the legs end in gently curving feet.

Art Nouveau Sellette by Gaillard

French Art Nouveau Lithograph titled "Hamlet", by Alphonse Mucha

A French Art Nouveau lithograph, "Hamlet", by Alphonse Mucha. Mucha designed several posters for the actress Sarah Bernhardt. Here she is shown in the role of Hamlet, performed in her theater in Paris in 1899. In the background is an evocation of the night scene in Elsinore Castle and in the banderole below is an image of the dead Ophelia. Signed in the lower left-hand corner. Hamlet was one of several male roles Bernhardt performed. Shakespeare''s play was adapted in French for her by Eugène Morand and Marcel Schwab. Pictured in "Alphonse Mucha: The complete posters and panels", by Jack Rennert and Alain Weill, page 239 (cat. 63).

French Art Nouveau Lithograph titled 'Hamlet', by Alphonse Mucha

Eugène Feuillâtre French Art Nouveau Gold and Enamel Floral Pendant Necklace

A French Art Nouveau 18 karat gold and enamel pendant necklace by Eugène Feuillâtre. The bell shape pendant is enameled in a whimsical flower and heart shaped leaf vine motif. Chain later.

Eugène Feuillâtre French Art Nouveau Gold and Enamel Floral Pendant Necklace