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Attributed to Georges-Emile-Henri Servant
A French greek revival gilt and patinated bronze tripod pedestal
Paris, circa 1885
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 13,200 USD
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Attributed to Georges-Emile-Henri Servant
A French greek revival gilt and patinated bronze tripod pedestal
Paris, circa 1885
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 13,200 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

19th Century Furniture, Sculpture, Ceramics and Works of Art Including Property Formerly from the Palacio Ferreyra, Argentina

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Attributed to Georges-Emile-Henri Servant
A French greek revival gilt and patinated bronze tripod pedestal
Paris, circa 1885
the circular black marble top centered by a gilt-bronze medallion after the Greek antique, raised on three female monopodia supports.
height 39 1/8 in.; diameter 20 in.
99.2 cm; 51 cm
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Catalogue Note

The fondeur and bronzier G. Servant was recorded at 137, rue Vieille-du-Temple, Paris. He specialized in Greek and Egyptian Revival creations and was a medallist at the major international exhibitions between 1867 and 1887. G. Servant's display at the Paris 1867 Exposition Universelle is described in The Art Journal Catalogue of the Paris Universelle Exposition of 1867, London, 1867, pp. 20 & 116 and in Jules Mesnard, Les Merveilles de l'Exposition de 1867, Paris, 1867, pp. 167-168.

Compare a similar model sold Christie's, New York, April 20, 2005, lot 51.

19th Century Furniture, Sculpture, Ceramics and Works of Art Including Property Formerly from the Palacio Ferreyra, Argentina

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New York