with vasi-form top above a four-sided open frame topped with spiraling finials resting on twisted supports ending in similar spiraling pendants all joined by an openwork trefoil perimeter border; all surrounding a later 4-light cluster; good antique condition with overall even wear and patina; rewired
the semi attached leather cushion flanked by dramatic flared openwork arms with mother-of-pearl inlay over a similar openwork apron with mother-of pearl inlay and turned elements creating an intricate latticework; with beautifully carved spandrels above turned feet; the benches display the skill of the Damascus craftsmen of this time; excellent condition with only minor repairs; new leather upholstery
the framed in-curved back above a bowed upholstered seat flanked by openwork sides; all raised on tapering legs ending in casters; excellent vintage condition with new tan leather upholstery; refinished surface
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.
the youth with his right arm raised with a goat-skin slung over his left shoulder, his legs slightly apart and wearing sandals. leaning on one hip and looking downwards at his reflection; the original figure discovered in Pompei and now in the Museo Nazionale, Naples; title on brass plaque 'Musée de Naples' and 'Narcisee de Pompei' ; possibly from the Barbedienne Foundry, France, 1810-1892; overall wear and patina to surface
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
each well-rendered painting depicting mounds of cherries and raspberries in bowls on a black ground; in period gilded frames; newer mattes and gilt fillets; vibrant and clear colors; rubbing and patina to gilding