the round mirror plate withing a well-carved giltwood frame depicting overlapping laurel leaves with berries; all in a silver-gilt finish with gold highlights; excellent vintage condition; professionally gilded finish; overall even wear and patina
the tall vessel decorated overall with relief decoration depicting birds standing and perched in a water setting amid cattails, water plants and foliate branches; signed 'France' to underside with impressed maker's mark 'St. Andre, Nice'; minor chipping along base; with some professional repairs
the serpentine top above a bombe-form body fitted with three drawers adorned with bold bronze foliate mounts; all in a well-figured and richly patinated black walnut veneer; excellent antique condition with minor veneer replacements; later hardware
the bottle-form vases now mounted as lamps enameled with cascading holly bush stems over a satin finished glass; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; Leune was a decorating workshop founded in the early 20th century, headed by Paul Daum. The blanks were supplied by Daum Freres. The workshop ceased operations in 1932.
in the Chinese Export style, each colorful bird with turned head modeled standing on a pierced rockwork base; all raised on black painted metal and brass bases; marked 'France' on underside; Provenance Sotheby's Arcade Furniture & Decorations Sale 1994; from a Greenwich, CT estate; drilled and rewired; excellent condition with minor rubbing and patina to brass base; small chip professionally restored
the circular top with brass pierced gallery over an apron fitted with two frieze drawers and candle slides; raised on tapering legs ending in bronze caps all joined by a lower concave shelf; good antique condition with professional restorations and refinishing; small areas of veneer replaced and re-glued