A pair of very decorative urns in the Louis XVI style made in France in the last quarter of the 19thC, ie 1890. The red marble bodies of the urns are topped with a relatively large gilded ‘neck’ topped with a gilded flame. The urns have gilded handles and decorative gilt swags across the front and back. The urns have a decorated bronze base sitting on a further stepped marble rectangular base. Dimensions: 4.5″ square base x 15.5″ tall


A fine pair of early French Empire porcelain vases, (unsigned but attributable to either the Nast or Dagoty factories in Paris). Each vase has large gilded satyr’s heads to the sides, anthemion decoration to the tops; scroll work around the sides flanking cameos on each side with painted classical heads; one pair painted on a etruscan red background, the other pair on a dark green background. The urns sit on faux marble porcelain rectangular bases. No damage, no rubbing. French circa 1820.

Dimensions: 17″H (43cm) x 8.5″ Widest (26cm)