Antique Heavy Cast Bronze Book ends measures 5 and three quarter inches wide by 2 and five eighths inches wide and stands 4 and one half inches tall. This pair of book ends dates from the turn of the last century.If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com.
Rare pair of antique French bronze fawns. This irresistibly charming pair was brought back from France over twenty five years ago and dates from the 19th century. The life size figures are of equal quality to those of French sculptors Bayre, Mene, Fratin, Moigniez, Clodion and the Bonheurs. They are not signed as far as we can see, nor can we find a foundry mark. These are exquisite works of art by a master sculptor and are beautifully cast. Excellent original condition with beautiful brown patina. Each fawn measures 26 inches from ear to floor, 24 inches from nose to back foot, and 7 inches wide. This item is on display in our gallery at BRANFORD ANTIQUES & HOME DESIGN 824 EAST MAIN ST.BRANFORD, CT O6405 203 488-1919 open 7 days. Formerly Clocktower Antiques If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com.
Oded Halahmy modern bronze sculpture of a tilted cube. Oded Halahmy began painting and sculpting at age 13 in Iraq, where he was born. His family settled in Israel in 1951 where he continued his craft. His father was a goldsmith and supported Oded's talent. Oded's love for bronze comes from watching his father create objects from gold and silver. This is one of his earliest works and is one of only ten made. His work is on display at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 137 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012. The sculpture measures 7 inches high overall. The cube measures 3.25 inches square and the marble base measures 5.5 inches square. Please see "The Common Ground/The Sculpture of Oded Halahmy" by Donald Kuspit and Sundaram Tagore, or visit http://www.odedhalahmy.com/history.shtml for more information on the artist.