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AFTER EMILE BRUCHON (French, 19th century). Mozart, Spelter, medallion mark "Fabrication Francaise, Made in France, Paris". Atop red marble base, with... [this item is NOT for sale]
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After Emile Bruchon (Early 20th Century) Into the Unknown cast metal Height 34 inches. Condition For condition inquiries please contact fdcr@hindmanauctions. com ... [more like this]
Bruchon "L'Orage" spelter figure
(French, 19th/20th c.). Patinated spelter figure of maiden, signed in cast "Bruchon" with brass title plate, 17 in. H. ... [more like this]
After Emile Bruchon (French, ca. 1810-1895)
Pair of Bronze-Patinated Spelter Garniture Figures, in the form of, respectively, a joyfully running boy harvester and a joyfully running flower vendor, both in the Academic ... [more like this]
AFTER EMILE BRUCHON (French, 19th century).
Mozart, Spelter, medallion mark "Fabrication Francaise, Made in France, Paris". Atop red marble base, with applied plaque entitled "Mozart Par Bruchon" - 17 in. tall. ... [more like this]
Emil Bruchon. Spelter sculpture "Patria"
19th century; (French, act. 1880-1910). modeled as winged youth on wave carrying a flag of victory, mounted on marble base with title plate, signed in cast "Bruchon," 31 ... [more like this]
AFTER EMILE BRUCHON, FRENCH Golden brown
patinated spelter figure group showing a winged putti with a warrior, titled TOILETTE de MARS, signed on the ground, mounted on circular red marbleized wooden base. Height ... [more like this]
Near-Pair of French Bronze-Patinated Spelter
Hall Lamps, featuring running putti holding flambeaux in the manner of Emile Bruchon, fourth quarter 19th century, one putto standing atop a butterfly-winged wheel, with ... [more like this]
BRONZED SPELTER AND ONYX MARBLE STATUE CLOCK,
French, c. 1904. The green onyx case is surmounted with a statue of "Nymphe des Montagnes" after the original by French sculpture Emil Bruchon (active 1880-1910); the round, ... [more like this]
Emile Bruchon (French, 1806-1895), pair of
painted white metal sculptures, 15 1/2" x 7 1/2".EST200~300 ... [more like this]
EMILE BRUCHON GILT BRONZE SCULPTURE, (French,
ca. 1810-1895) a seated young woman, holding a nest with fledglings, the mother bird on her shoulder. Height 12.5". Condition Report ... [more like this]
PEACE & PROGRESS AFTER EMILE BRUCHON (FRANCE
1806-1895). White metal with bronzed patina signed on the base. Classical goddess and winged figure. Repaired arm. 28''h. Condition reports are available on all ... [more like this]
Emile Bruchon (French 1806-1895) PATRE painted
metal foundry stamp and plaquette with title H22'' Provenance: Carthage Missouri private collection. ... [more like this]
Spelter figural table lamp entitled ''L'Orage''
(the Storm) after Emile Bruchon figural portion of lamp is 27.5 inches high including base ... [more like this]
AFTER EMILE BRUCHON SPELTER FIGURAL TABLE
LAMP, "L'echo," with female figure carrying a lyre, with three tree branch lights; raised on plinth with brass title plaque. Height: 27.5 inches. ... [more like this]
BRUCHON, Emile (French, 1806-1895): Young
Maiden Holding a Birds Nest with Chicks, 25 1/2'' h., sculpture measures 11 1/4'' h. x 5'' d. x 6'' w., incised signature.CONDITION: Several scattered indentations, good overall, ... [more like this]
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