Uriano Illuminated Pool-Lady
A French spelter signed on the back of her dress by Uriano, 15 inches wide, 19 inches tall and 6.5 inches deep. The base of this lovely subject lights up to give a lovely glow to the cave she is sitting on. She is wearing a red and gold enamel detailed dress, and the condition is good with just a few of the usual age related marks to the marble.
Ref: F2013 . . . £875
Lady and Boy by 'Uriano'
A red dressed spelter lady and boy playing a violin. She is reclining on a
brown and black marble wall with cream onyx detailing. The lady is
signed on the back of her dress by 'Uriano'. Measuring 15
inches high and 19 inches across the base.
Produced in the early 1930's according to the original founders catalogue.
Ref: F274 . . . £730
Diane the Huntress by Dauvergne
I have 4 of this same figure by Dauvergne, but the others have 2
leaping Ibex instead of the one that this piece has. This one measures
approximately 22 inches long and is 21 inches high. She is made of spelter and has
a silvered patina with bronzed robe detail. The condition is good.
Ref: F2023 . . . £795
The Ballet Dancer by 'Molins'
1920's French spelter dancer with Ballet Russe style costume signed H. Molins on the back of her skirt, accompanied by 2 alsatian dogs on a curved buff marble base with black detailing. Base measures approximately 22 inches long and the lady is approximately 11 inches high.
Ref: F237 . . . £385
Huge Spelter Group by Uriano
This lady is sitting on a 27 inch mixed marble and onyx walled base, with her arms outstretched to a child running with a bunch of flowers. Made of French spelter with a silvered patina and black and gold clothing detail. The lady is sitting 17 inches high.
Ref: F269 . . . £785
Theatrical Dancer by Le Faguays
A French, green patinated spelter dancer with gilt detail to her dress, mounted on a Belgian Black marble base measuring 16 inches (40cm) high and 11 inches (28cm). Signed to the metal Fayral which is a pseudonym of Pierre Le Faguays. Condition is very good, with no chips or damage to the base but some ageing to the patina commensurate with age.
Ref: F1900 . . . £1,895