Emile Galle of Naturalistic Spoon
Emile Galle was the most important artist pursuing the naturalistic art which could enrich our day-to-day life in various forms and he became the dominant figure among the Art Nouveau movements. Here I intend to visualize his comprehensive artistic vision by showing his products development in main four areas chronologically - Horticulture, Glass making, Wood Furniture making and Ceramic making. He never made a naturalistic spoon however he certainly embraced the same vision on our enriched ...
A Superb Quality French 19th/20th Century Louis XV Style Ormolu Mounted Kingwood, Satinwood and Satine Single Door Figural Vitrine by Renown Master Craftsman and Cabinet Maker François Linke, fitted to the front with a beveled glass door opening to an oak interior with eight shelves. Signed: F. Linke to mount centering the apron. Circa: Paris, 1900.
Lot# 1024 A Louis XVI style ormolu & kingwood vitrine
A Louis XVI style ormolu & kingwood vitrine. Late 19th century, French, the arched cornice centering a pierced scroll and bowknot cresting, over a coved case with beveled glazed door with vernis martin lower panel depicting a fete galante, flanked by glazed side panels enclosing a velvet-lined interior fitted with brackets for shelves, the fluted tapering angles with rounded capitals, raised on fluted tapering legs,