In the auction organized by SVV Philocale in collaboration with our consultancy company on November 10 in Olivet, furniture and objets d'art created the surprise with 88.3% lot sold and 98% by value.
Back on some great results in this vacation.
2,700 Euros were paid for the lot 161, a Gallé vase of baluster form resting on a pedestal made of glass lined green on a yellow background decorated with iris and dragonfly . It is signed Gallé and measure 41.5 cm high. Note that a chip on the heel and somme scratches did not stop buyers for this vase estimated 1,000 to 1,500 Euros.
A baluster vase (lot 194) in porcelain of Sevres style probably executed in Berlin decorated with two busts of women in the style of Jean-Jacques Henner in a blue background with a large matte gold decor and dating from the late nineteenth century fectched up to 2,500 Euros on an estimate of 1,000 to 1,500 Euros.
Estimated 300 to 500 Euros, a white marble bust (lot 213) of the Italian school of the late nineteenth century of a young man wearing a toga sold 1,300 Euros. This sculpture was wearing a signature unidentified Lucas and measured 50 cm. (Main illustration)
Another sculpture, this time in bronze, representing a deer and and its female, with a brown patina after Pierre-Jules Mene signed on the terrace, fetched 1,550 Euros against an estimate of 400 to 500 Euros.
Among the furniture retain the 1,450 Euros for a showcase (lot 253) in rosewood veneer decorated with galant scenes and landscapes in European lacquer in Louis XV style and executed in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century . It was estimated 600 to 900 Euros.
These few results show that objects of art in particular are still very popular. The sale room is probably the best way to furnish and decorate your home with a personalized touch, each work of art is unique.
We look forward to seeing you at our next auction Thursday, December 13 in Paris.
Cédric Henon, fine art specialist