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Antique Marble Monument Bronze Lion Sculpture

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Likely European circa the late 1800s, this sculpture takes the form of a monument, made from ivory marble with dark grey veins. A bronze lion roars in front of a portrait medallion framed in marble on the side of the tall monument. Intriguing details throughout adds to the antique uniqueness of this sculpture.
This sculpture is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

Antique Eastlake Victorian Chest Circa 1890

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Likely an Eastlake custom ordered piece, this unique chest circa the 1880s-1890s is beautifully decorated. Most notably and unusually, a carved frame surrounding the rounded mirror resembles a hand mirror. Turn spindles elevate shelves surrounding the mirror. A taupe and grey marble top creates a surface beneath the mirror, supported by the lower chest. Burled wood veneers throughout the piece add luxurious swirls with a warm glow. Ornate brass swing pulls adorn the three drawers. The top right drawer is lined with green felt and integrated organizers. A wide drawer sits beneath the two smaller drawers. A lower dual door cabinet contains a single shelf. On caster feet.
This chest is just one of hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

Regency Style Marble Top Pedestal with Carved Gilded Cupids

$675.00
Carved and gilded marble top pedestal is beautifully crafted in the Regency style. This piece features three winged cupids, legs that extend down to three paw feet and three ornate brass figural ormolu accent pieces. This stand is topped with a round marble piece. Available online only, call to make an appointment for viewing.  

ERTE “Baroness” Bronze Sculpture on Marble Base

$3,500.00
After a long and successful career as a graphic artist and fashion designer, Erté revived his talents as a sculptor to create bronzes in his signature style at 75 years old. The “Baroness” wears a long gown with a tall standing collar, flared black gloves, and a pixie haircut. She stands on rounded green marble base with mounted brass nameplate. About the Artist: Erté (1892-1990) was born Romain de Tirtoff in St. Petersburg, Russia to an admiral father amongst the social elite. He grew up surrounded by the elegant women of his mother’s social circle, fascinated by their fashion and exotic souvenirs of his father’s travels. He left Russia at 19 and head to Paris to begin his fashion career under the pseudonym Erté, a play on his initials. He designed costumed and designed fashions for renowned actresses and stage productions. In 1915, he began his 20 year partnership with Harper’s Bazaar which cemented his reputation as the Father of Art Deco. The 1940s and 1950s were comparatively obscure for Erté, and his career was revitalized through colorful lithographic prints and sculptures. This sculpture is one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ERTE “The Tango” Bronze Sculpture on Marble Base

$4,500.00
After a long and successful career as a graphic artist and fashion designer, Erté revived his talents as a sculptor to create bronzes in his signature style at 75 years old. “The Tango” features two tall and slender figures engaged in the titular dance. A blonde woman and dark haired man both are wearing red to embody the boldness of the dance. The duo has an oblong green marble base with mounted brass nameplate. About the Artist: Erté (1892-1990) was born Romain de Tirtoff in St. Petersburg, Russia to an admiral father amongst the social elite. He grew up surrounded by the elegant women of his mother’s social circle, fascinated by their fashion and exotic souvenirs of his father’s travels. He left Russia at 19 and head to Paris to begin his fashion career under the pseudonym Erté, a play on his initials. He designed costumed and designed fashions for renowned actresses and stage productions. In 1915, he began his 20 year partnership with Harper’s Bazaar which cemented his reputation as the Father of Art Deco. The 1940s and 1950s were comparatively obscure for Erté, and his career was revitalized through colorful lithographic prints and sculptures. This sculpture is one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.