Neoclassical inkwell

Late XVIIIth century Naples , Italy . Probably Giustiniani manufactory White earthenware decorated with bright colors of rose flowers and green leaves, on the base small masks , mini globes and measuring instruments . Wide : 35 cm x 24 High : cm 18

Set for religious liturgy.

Early XXth , France. Small silver ciselled silver tray decorated with four light blue enamels depicting the Evangelists. A pair of engraved crystal cruets with elegant silver decorations, small gilt bronze bell. Original box.

two silver inkwells.

Early XXth Century, Milan ITALY. Argentiere : MESSULAM . The two inkwells have the same mark dating early XXth, H. 15 x 22 cm – Base 12 x 6 cm

“Child holding an obelisk”

XXth century – Author : Ivan Theimer . Olomouc (Moravia) 1944- France. Theimer was born in Olomouk, he said : I born at the frontier of the Roman Empire, of Italy and Moravia. For that he used in his huge scultures elements such as obelisks, stele and colunms . In Italy he received the influence …

Pair of small bronze and porcelains candlesticks

Late XVIIIth . Wiesbaden , marked Hochst on the Main , today Frankfort ,Germany The two small statues represent “Perrette et le pot au lait” , from a fairy tale by Jean de la Fontaine. The young peasant brings a pot of milk to the market, and she dreams to sell it and get rich. …