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Henri GODET (1863-1937) bronze statue on a marble clock

Henri Godet (FRENCH, 1863-1937) Bronze

A French gilt bronze and marble mantel clock <BR />after a model by Henri Godet (French, 1863-1937)

19th Century French Bronze female bust, Henri Godet (1863-1937) “Woman Flower”

HENRI GODET (1863-1937) brown and gold patina bronze bust of Ophelie with flowers in her hair, on a bronze base imitating a rock. Signed on the back «Henri Godet» foundry stamp «société des bronzes de Paris», monogram «J.P» and numbered. Antique cast, circa 1900. H : 22 ½ in

Diana Frederick William MacMonnies (American, New York 1863–1937 New York) Date: 1888–89, cast 1890 Medium: Bronze

Henry Arnold, (French 1879 - 1945), bronze, lost wax technique, founded by AG Paris, edited by Goldscheider (La Stele), circa 1920's

Art Nouveau Style Bronze Urn

Clock - Clockmaker: workshop of Jean-Baptiste Lepaute (1727–1802) Maker: and Pierre Henry, called Henry Lepaute (1749–1806) Maker: bronzes possibly by Pierre Philippe Thomire (French, Paris 1751–1843 Paris) Maker: and Louis Simon Boizot (French, Paris 1743–1809 Paris) Date: ca. 1775–80



Mathurin Moreau (1822-1912), "La Rosee," c. 1900, Art Nouveau bronze

Bronze Art Nouveau clock ~ Signed Flamond


*EUGENE-ANTOINE AIZELIN (French 1821-1902) Suzanne Bronze with dark brown patina Inscribed on base E. AIZELIN Sculp. Height 19 inches (48.2 cm)


Art Nouveau Style Bronze, 20th c.,

Marble Statue

1890's Paris France Green Marble Mantle Clock

House of Carl Fabergé. Imperial Frame and Clock, before 1899. Russian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation (L.2011.66.11) | This work is on view in "Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection" through November 27, 2016.

Bronze Diskos Thrower -- Circa 480–460 BCE -- Classical. Greek -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art