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Tavolozza di Vasilij Vasil'evič Kandinskij

Tavolozza di Vasilij Vasil'evič Kandinskij

René Lalique for D'Orsay Two 'Le Lys' Perfume Bottles, design 1922

René Lalique for D'Orsay Two 'Le Lys' Perfume Bottles, design 1922

FIVE R. LALIQUE GLASS ITEMS.

FIVE R. LALIQUE GLASS ITEMS.

Lalique c'est chic

Lalique c'est chic

Art Nouveau. René Lalique-Spilla "Testa di buffone"-

Art Nouveau. René Lalique-Spilla "Testa di buffone"-

An exceptional Mamluk Revival mosque lamp by Philippe-Joseph Brocard, Paris, 1880-90 | Lot | Sotheby's

An exceptional Mamluk Revival mosque lamp by Philippe-Joseph Brocard, Paris, 1880-90 | Lot | Sotheby's

Phillipe Joseph Brocard 1796 - 1896 A very fine associated pair of Islamic style  enameled glass bottled vases Paris, circa 1850

Phillipe Joseph Brocard 1796 - 1896 A very fine associated pair of Islamic style enameled glass bottled vases Paris, circa 1850

A FRENCH ENAMELLED GLASS MAMLUK STYLE FLASK, PHILIPPE-JOSEPH BROCARD, PARIS, CIRCA 1880 flattened moon form, the amber tinted glass body enamelled in turquoise, white and red and gilded with arabesque strapwork roundels to each side within beaded borders, gilt scroll work between and to the flared neck, scroll handles applied to the shoulder, signed Brocard Paris in iron red script above the foot 16.5cm high Judy Rudoe (Decorative Arts 1850-1950.

A FRENCH ENAMELLED GLASS MAMLUK STYLE FLASK, PHILIPPE-JOSEPH BROCARD, PARIS, CIRCA 1880 flattened moon form, the amber tinted glass body enamelled in turquoise, white and red and gilded with arabesque strapwork roundels to each side within beaded borders, gilt scroll work between and to the flared neck, scroll handles applied to the shoulder, signed Brocard Paris in iron red script above the foot 16.5cm high Judy Rudoe (Decorative Arts 1850-1950.

Philippe-Joseph Brocard, Glass Goblet 1880

Philippe-Joseph Brocard, Glass Goblet 1880

Goblet, Paris, designed and decorated by Philippe-Joseph Brocard for Brocard glassworks, 1873-1878.

Goblet, Paris, designed and decorated by Philippe-Joseph Brocard for Brocard glassworks, 1873-1878.