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In Paris eighteenth century decorative arts, artisans and artists, especially clockmakers, had to constantly renew the forms and decorations. The Louis XVI period was very rich in models of clocks and sources of influence were varied with the discovery of the ruins of Herculaneum and Pompeii. One of the most popular features in Louis XVI style is undoubtedly the skeleton clock usually in ormolu on an oval white marble base.

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Some jewels are made of non-precious metal. Are they therefore not precious jewels? To answer this question the creator of unique jewelry, Salome Osorio, wants to remind us how this gem has established itself over the centuries against his older brother, the high jewelry.

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Thomas Chippendale (1718-17779) is one the most notorious English cabinetmaker and decorator. In 1754, he published a book « The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director » that influenced furniture in England and in United States for centuries.

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Well known from the textile specialist, Heloise Leloir was one of the main drawers of fashion under Napoleon III.

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Whether it's a writing, drum, dining, night, in rag, family or closer to us, alow one, we all own a table.

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From 1,000 to 10,000 euros, have a look at some furniture, bronzes and works of art that you could have bought in our previous auctions.

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The 16th April, the SVV Aguttes sold antiques furniture, works of art and paintings, including a Madonna and Child enthroned, surrounded by St. Jacques and a Holy Bishop, performed in the entourage of Agnolo Gaddi (late fourteenth s). It was sold for € 24,083 (including buyer premium), against an estimation of 20,000 to 30,000 euros.

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Our auction on the 1st May will present many old master and modern paintings, continental furniture and works of art with low estimation. We selected five large wild boar bronzes

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Our auction on the 22nd April will present many books, prints, drawings and old master paintings, continental furniture and works of art with low estimation. We selected few of them for you.

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Of all the components of a patrimoine: equities, property, tax exemption, fine art is certainly the least known. For many years, its benefits are numerous and can not be ignored in wealth management.

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