Wah Ming Chang (Chinese American 1917-2003) is a well known designer and sculptor, famous for his designs for Star Trek and other animated and futuristic films and television productions. In addition to his long career in design and animation in the entertainment industry, he also created bronze sculpture and objects. This box is simple in form, nicely canted, and has an incised image of a rearing horse. Rectangular in shape, the edges are all slightly curved...
A superb bronze car mascot from the art deco period, signed Gehel and numbered 123...
An interesting museum bronze casting of a Spanish Romanesque carving of the Adoration of the Magi. Dimensions: approx. 35 x12/15 cm. 20th cent.
The original of this group is in the Victoria and Albert Museum, this being a museum copy, at some time mounted into a surround.
Continental Cast and Chased Bronze Empire Candlesticks. Nice pair of cast bronze candle sticks mid 19th c neo classical and well detailed in good condition . Size H 7 3/4 " almost 4 " at the base
size 9cm wide 27cm high
Japanese 20th century bronze vase with abstract leaf design by TSUDA JOYO. The vase measures 16" tall by 6 5/8" in diameter.
Hagenauer bronze matador figurine
Handmade in Austria
Signed on underside of base
Very good vintage condition
Extremely detailed pair of bronze statues of guardians to the Buddha called Niō or Kongōrikishi. While Buddhism usually promotes pacifism, the Nio guardians are said to have justified the use of physical confrontation to fight back against evil. Nio are typically placed on either side of a temple door. One statue, named Misshaku Kongo or Agyo, has an open mouth to represent the first sound in the Sanskrit language "a", symbolizing birth and overt violence...
A small bronze figure of a penguin by Walter Bosse and Herta Baller, Vienna, c 1950, unsigned. This model, with neck feathers, does not seem to be among the later reproduced miniatures. Nice patina. Height "2/ 5,5 cm. Condition: fine.
Octagonal Art Deco gilded metal hand mirror with stylized geometrically carved floral designs. Central hand painted scene on ivory; artist signed. Cabachon jewel mount upon the handle. Original bevelled mirror. France circa 1925. Dimensions: 6 3/4" W, 13 1/8" L.
Enhance your desk with this pair of 19 inch Tiffany Studios blotter ends in the American Indian pattern. The set is finished in gold dore’ and are marked “Tiffany Studios New York 1181"
Fine bronze cow attributed to Isidore Bonheur 1827-1901, best known as one of the 19th century's most distinguished French animalier sculptors, this item bears the artist's signature and has measurement of 6 x 4 inches with no condition concerns.
A Fine Pair of Arts & Crafts Bookends from California. Signed Stahler Arts. Albert Stahler (1881-1952) was active in Riverside, California and created the hand wrought Bronze doors for the Mission Inn. These bookends measure about 6 1/2" tall and 5" across. Great look and quite rare.
Pair of antique bronze statues depicting Don Quixote on horseback and his companion, Sancho Panza on a donkey. Both sculptures are finely cast with authentic looking uniforms, weapons and riding gear. The figures are secured to a marble base. The overall condition of both statues is very good for age. The size for Don Quixote is 9-1/2 inch high x 10 inches wide x 3-1/2 inch deep, and the size for Sancho Panza is 8 inches high x 7-3/4 inches wide x 3-3/4 inches deep. The age is early 1900's.
Daring and provocative in her day - the liberated Art Deco era woman smoking in her lounging pajamas. Beautifully detailed bronze with silvered patina. Reminiscent of the decadent bronzes of the era by Bruno Zach. A variegated black marble base supports the figure. France circa 1925. Dimensions: 11" H.
This is a magnificent bronze snake with red glass eyes and the overall form is well designed and on the top portion are two small feet which can be seen one of the photos. When you turn it upside down you will see two small hearts. The artist is unknown. Age: Mid 20th Century – Size: 16” high
Art Deco bronze figurines
A.G.Bunge [1893 - 1967]
Each figure measures 5 1/4" tall
Good antique condition, unpolished with age related finish patination
This is an exceptional painted pheasant by artist Carl Kauba. This piece is in pristine condition and measures 9.5 x 16.5 x 3.75. Carl (or Karl) was an Austrian sculptor was born in Vienna in 1865. His teachers were Karl Waschmann (1848-1905), known for his ivory sculptures and portrait plaquettes of contemporary celebrities, and Stefan Schwartz (1851-1924), who exhibited in Paris, including the Exposition Universelle of 1900 where he won a gold medal...