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  • $2.000.00

    Decorative Candle Sticks, 19th Century

  • $899.00

    Silver Kettle, 19th Century

    Silver – metal of Lunar, symbolise spiritual purity. It is believed that silver has magical powers, absorbs all negative humans‘ experience and  affects the body – it stops the process of senescence, calms agitation and concerns. In addition, it amends the vision, brain‘s and heart‘s activity. Lunar’s metal has impact on treating diabetes, thyroid gland, bronchitis, gastrointestinal. It was found out that  putting silver into water makes water antibacterial.

  • $10.950.00

    Bed with Hand Painted Frame, Headboard and Bed Cover

     

     

  • $3.200.00

    Gilt Bronze Clock with Candelabras, 19th Century

  • $1.259.00

    Authorized 19th Century Painting of Peasant (with frame)

  • $2.200.00

    Clock ‘Leda and the Swan’, 19th Century

    The artist made this clock by inspiration of Greek myth ‘Leda and the Swan’ which tells a story about Zeus. A God falls in love with the most beautiful woman in the land – Leda, turns into a swan and seduce the young woman.

  • $5.290.00

    Flower Clock on Marble Pedestal, 19th Century

    The word “marble” comes from the Greek μάρμαρον (mármaron), from μάρμαρος (mármaros) which mean “crystalline rock, shining stone”. Marble has different variations and colorful patterns which make it a favorite decorative material, and as the beloved seedbed for Greek and Roman architects and sculptors, marble has become a cultural symbol of refined taste.

     

  • $1.900.00

    Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Goblets, 19th Century

    Painting on porcelain – China painting, was developed in China, later on Japan and Korea have taken it up. Traffic with Europe began in the 16th century and only by the early 18th century European manufacturers had discovered how to make porcelain. Technology and styles fastly evolved. China painting became a respectable predilection for middle-class women in North America and Europe in the later part of the 19th century. More recently interest has revitilized in china painting as a fine art form.

  • $10.950.00

    Charles Monginot 19th Century Painting (without frame)

    A baker’s son, Charles Monginot, was born  in Brienne-le-Château, France, in 1825. Charles distinguished himself from others by gifts in painting, so he was sent to „École des beaux-arts“ in the studio of Thomas Couture in Paris where he befriended Edward Manet. Monginot lead his career as a noticible painter in Paris, mainly making portraits, still lifes and genre scenes. He retained connection with its home region where he died – in Dienville in 1900.

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