Rare spun glass statuette from Nevers representing Saint John the Baptist and his lamb standing on a terrace. Height: 8.5cm - 9.5cm with the base - Early eighteenth century
Spun glass statuette from Nevers representing a holy woman - Early eighteenth century
School of Bernard Palissy, Fontainebleau or Pré d'Auge - Oval dish with scalloped edge on enamelled earthenware heel with polychrome decoration of a young woman seated symbolizing "Flora". she is represented under a tree with the attributes of the garden on a landscape and castle background, and, on the wing, interlacing patterns on a brown background. School of Bernard Palissy after an engraving by Philippe Gallé after Marten De Vas "Printemps" around 1600, Paris Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Seventeenth century. We add a round dish from the school of Palissy in glazed earthenware with relief and polychrome decoration on the wing of foliage scrolls and florets, the center and the...
CHOMPRET, Dr J. - Directory of Italian majolica. with a dedication to Mr Pierre Verlet - Curator of the Louvre Museum. with some pencil annotations by Mr Verlet. Paris, Nomis, 1949. 2 volumes in-4, hardcover edition. Preface by Pierre Verlet. Volume I: Text. 13 color inserts. Volume II: 1,100 figures in black.
Copy with a dedication to Mr Pierre Verlet Curator of the Louvre Museum. Publisher's beige cardboard binding, spine and top cover titled in red, IV and 96 pages , with 61 plates of illustrations out of text (220 monochrome reproductions), including 4 plates each presenting 2 laminated color illustrations. The illustrated dust jacket is missing. Preface by Hans Haug, curator of the Strasbourg Museum.