King Charles Spaniel bronze sculpture by the well known Deco era sculptor, Alexander Kelety. Unusual 2 tiered jardiniere form with desirable damascened patina; rests on mottled coral tone marble. Born in Budapest, Kelety studied with Imray Simay in Toulouse. He exhibited at the Paris Salons between the wars. Many examples of Kelety's works are illustrated in "Art Deco and Other Figures", by Brian Catley. Signed and dated 1928. Dimensions: Height 6", Length 8 1/4", Width 3 3/4".
Vertical ironwork suspension leads to a frame with circular embellishments. A moulded convex glass bowl with semi-circular florals rests within the framework. A bold Art Deco interpretation. Made in France circa 1925. Dimensions: 40 " H, 21" W.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1930 item #170082 (stock #5090)
Among the most desirable of Rosenthal's early Art Deco Figures; signed in the porcelain Dorothea Charol. Date mark for 1921. Beautifully painted in rich colors. Mint condition. Pictured in "Rosenthal", by Dieter Struss, 1995, page 61. Dimensions: Height 6 3/4", Length 11".
Youthful Clown Figure by one of Rosenthal's most prominent artists, Ferdinand Lieberman. Signed in porcelain. Rosenthal datemark for 1927. Professional repair to tip of one shoe. Dimensions: Height 6", Width 4 1/2".
Chiparus portrayed children in his earliest works. This rare and massive example depicts a spirited youth playing pipes. Detailed casting by Etling, the artists early foundry. Greenish patina with contrasting golden-brown high lights to hair and pipes. A similar subject shown in a photo with Chiparus in his studio; page 13 in "Chiparus-Master of Art Deco", by Alberto Shayo. Dimensions: Height 15", Length 21", Width 6 1/2".