Pair of silvery bronze candleholders

Sculpted in the shape of Antique Goddess Diane. Her face with mid-closed eyes also clearly reminds of the famous courtesan La Païva, who had herself represented as Diane in her Parisian home at the Champs-Elysées.
Circa 1850-1860,

Height : 11,8 in
Diameter of the base : 3,7 in

Love or Friendship souvenir, circa 1900

Pair of white Carrare marble sculpted hands.
The bottom is flat to be placed on a table or a desk.
France, circa 1900 in a Romantic taste.

Length : 11,8 in
Height : 2,7 in

Gilded mirror, 19th century

Gilded, wooden mirror with its original mercure glass. Carved pedimont with flowers and shell.
End of the 18th, beginning of the 19th century.

Height 19.6 in x Length 12.5 in

Libertine miniature

Miniature painted on paper figuring a libertine, galant scene.
Inscription in French : "Porte la moy, dépêche toy, car Cupidon me tue si je ne boy"
France, 18th century

Length 7.8 x Width 5.1 in with its (posterior) wooden frame
6.6 x 3.9 in without its frame

Cast-iron vase supported by a child

Cast-iron exterior ensemble, composed of a child wearing a draped cloth, supporting a vase.
Removable parts.
19 th century

Height : 53.9 in

Weeping baby Jesus

Wooden sculpted and painted baby Jesus, with its wooden stand.
Glass eyes, tears sculpted on his cheeks.

Height (with stand) : 24 in

Baby Jesus weeping

Ram head inkwell

Gilded bronze ram head inkwell with a mouflon horn,
Scotland, circa 1880

Length 13.7 in x Height 7 in

18th century stand

Painted, wooden stand or table, probably from South Germany, beginning of the 18th century.
Sculpted wth angels and vegetal patterns.

Height : 33 in x diameter of the table plate : 14.5 in

Juliette Récamier on ivory

French Miniature on ivory with a burr frame, representing Juliette Récamier, muse from the First Empire, after her portrait by French painter François Gérard (1770-1837), now in Carnavalet Museum, Paris.

8.2 x 9.8 in