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Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) & DAUM A large gilt bronze lamp base figuring a bird and foliage, glass shade, marble base. Signed. H

Estimate: €8,000 - €12,000

Description: Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) & DAUM A large gilt bronze lamp base figuring a bird and foliage, glass shade, marble base. Signed. Height. 26 7/8 in. Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) & DAUM Grande lampe à poser à structure en bronze doré, représentant à la base un oiseau couronné enserré par de larges et hautes volutes végétales, se terminant en composition florale maintenant quatre bobèches inférieures, deux bobèches supérieures et un calice central en verre marmoré en turquoise et blanc sur fond satiné, base quadrangulée en marbre vert de mer reposant sur un socle en bronze doré. Signée "F. Barbedienne". 68,2CM

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French  bronze 19c. desk seal signed

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892), 11cm

Condition Report: good

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Ferdinand Barbedienne (French 1810-1892) A large Neo-Grec 24K Gold Gilt Bronze & Cloisonne Enamel Decorated Onyx Parisian Jardiniere SIGNED/Dated 1864

Description: Ferdinand Barbedienne (French 1810-1892) A large Neo-Grec 24K Gold Gilt Bronze & Cloisonne Enamel Decorated Onyx Parisian Jardiniere SIGNED/Dated 1864 - This piece is made of onyx, and the bronze mountings and base have a 24k yellow gold vibrant gilt. Measures: A similar piece sold at Sotheby's for $24,000, and it was not dated. One of the handles in engraved "F. Barbedienne". Measures: 8.5"H x 22.5"W, 11.75" in depth.

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French Art nouveau pair of Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE gilded bronze cloisonné enamelled dishes

Estimate: €2,000 - €3,000

Description: French Art nouveau pair of Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE gilded bronze cloisonné enamelled dishes Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892)Paire de plats ronds en émail cloisonné à décorpolychrome d'oiseaux, papillons et feuillages surfond bleu profond dans une monture en bronzedoré. Monogrammés.D. : 28 cm. . THE AUCTIONEER IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRENCH INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THIS CATALOGUE. THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION IS COURTESY TO THE ENGLISH SPEAKERS.

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1869

Estimate: $9,000 - $9,200

Description: 1869 "Ferdinand Barbedienne" Paris (1810-1892) 19th C. Ornate Candlesticks SIGNED/DATED *RARE*-Ferdinand Barbedienne was a French Metalworker and great manufacturer. He was President of the "Reunion of Bronze Makers" in 1865, and created the finest pieces. His works are highly sought after, and his pieces are very hard to come by. Measure: 13" x 6.5" x 6.5". His works sell from 5,000-$100,000 (depending on the period, and the piece). These candlesticks are of the highest quality, and feature a stunning repousse detail. Our auction house has sold several Barbedienne pieces, and these certainly are the most ornate that we have seen. The pieces are marked "F. Barbedienne Paris 1869" at the base. Estimated retail value: $9000-$9200 (YOU WILL NEVER SEE PIECES LIKE THIS AGAIN)

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Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892)	 Plateau en bronze doré

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) Plateau en bronze doré A décor d'émaux cloisonnés filigranés en métal doré partiellement ajouré. Médaillon central en émaux champlevé. Signé dans le décor F. Barbedienne, dédicacé sous la base A M. le Docteur Blache souvenir d'affectueuse reconnaissance M. et Mme Emile Ginot, et marqué à l'acide de façon manuscrite : "Légué à Gaston par son grand père". Diam. 28 cm

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Estimate: $20,000 - $25,000

Description: Ormolu Cloisonne Champleve Enamel Onyx Jardiniere Centerpiece. One handle signed "F. Barbedienne", monogram of interlaced Ds to each sides. About Artist: Ferdinand Barbedienne, French, 1810-1892. A large Neo-Grec ormolu and cloisonne champleve enamel decorated onyx jardiniere centerpiece. Most possibly designed by Louis-Constant Sevin and Edouard Lievre / Lievre. IN THE STYLE OF "Greco Roman". DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 19th Century. MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Bronze, Enamel, Onyx. DIMENSIONS: 8.5 in.Hx22.5 in.Wx12 in.D (22 cmHx57 cmWx30 cmD)

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PATINATED BRONZE BARBEDIENNE FIGURE OF THE SATYR OF PRAXITELES;

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,400

Description: PATINATED BRONZE BARBEDIENNE FIGURE OF THE SATYR OF PRAXITELES; after the antique; inscribed MONI ICENTIA SS DNI, E. XIV A.D. MDC; base marked F. Barbedienne, Foundeur; stamped A. Collas Reduction Mecanique; height: 22 in.

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After Ferdinand Barbedienne, French (1810 - 1892), The Borghese Gladiator, bronze, 15 3/4 x 14 x 13 3/4 in. (40 x 35.56 x 34.93 cm)
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Ferdinand Barbedienne  (1810 - 1892) Bronze.

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Boy With Turtle and Fishing Net. 11" long and 10 1/2" high.

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Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810 - 1892), an ormolu cha

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810 - 1892), an ormolu chamberstick, finely cast with female nudes, masks and scrolls, the conforming ring handle with scallop shell thumbpiece, signed. H. 7cm

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F. Barbedienne, Diana of Gabii, Bronze, France, Mid-19th C.

Estimate: €900 - €1,170

Description: Bronze, patinatedFerdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founderExecution: Société Collas et Barbedienne, Paris (1838-1952) – French bronze foundry, established by Ferdinand Barbedienne and Achille CollasOn the left of the plinth inscribed ‘F. BARBEDIENNE. FONDEUR.‘, and right on the rear of the plinth with patent label ‘Reduction Mecanique A. Collas Breveté’Height: 55.5 cmThe bronze miniature ‘Diana of Gabii’ was casted after the antique marble modelCondition:The figure is in good condition. The patina with minimal surface abrasion in places. Punctual spots can be found on the surface. One minimal bumping can be found verso on the dress. The right leg with a reparation.Société Collas et Barbedienne (1838-1952)The French bronze founder Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) and the engineer and engraver Achille Collas (1795-1859) founded the bronze foundry ‘Société Collas et Barbedienne’ in 1838 in Paris. The focus of the manufactory was the selling of bronze miniatures of antique Greek and Roman sculpture. Already before the foundation of the company Collas invented a machine for the mechanically reduce of sculptures, which was named ‘Reduction Méchanique’ and which was used for the production. Since 1843 the company reproduced also works of living artists like Auguste Rodin or Antoine Louis Barye. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892),

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892), "Helmeted Classical Warrior," 19th c., patinated cabinet bronze, on a socle base, signed verso, H.- 6 1/2 in., W.- 4 in., D.- 2 7/8 in.

Condition Report: Condition consistent with age. Some light green spotting on the figure's chest. Nothing else to report. ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD 'AS IS.' NO STATEMENT REGARDING CONDITION OF ANY ITEM, WHETHER IT IS MADE ORALLY AT THE AUCTION OR ANY OTHER TIME, OR IN WRITING IN THE CATALOGUE OR ELSEWHERE, SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION, OR ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITY.

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NAPOLEON IM WINTER

Description: FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (1810 Saint-Martin-de-Fresnay - 1892 Paris) NAPOLEON IM WINTER A BRONZE AND IVORY FIGURE OF NAPOLEON Bronze, hell patiniert, Elfenbein und Alabaster. H. 25 cm. Unten signiert 'F. On an alabaster base. Naturalistically cast. Depicting Napoleon in Russia in winter. Inscribed on the base '1812'. Signed 'F. BARBEDIENNE'. 25 cm high (with base). FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE 1810 Saint-Martin-de-Fresnay - 1892 Paris NAPOLEON IM WINTER Bronze, hell patiniert, Elfenbein und Alabaster. H. 25 cm. Unten signiert 'F. BARBEDIENNE'. Auf einem stilisiert vereisten Sockel ganzfigurige Darstellung Napoleons I. während des Russlandfeldzugs im Winter. Er trägt einen Wintermantel und blickt in die Ferne. Zu seinen Füßen liegt eine zerbrochene Kanone. Auf dem Sockel Jahresangabe '1812'.

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Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892)

Estimate: €300 - €400

Description: Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) - Adolescente jouant aux osselets - Bronze signé - Hauteur : 14 cm

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Ferdinand Barbedienne, Bronze, Sophocles, France, c. 1870

Estimate: €1,280 - €1,600

Description: Bronze, with dark brown patina France, around 1870 Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) - French bronze founder and manufacturer Inscribed on the plinth 'F. BARBEDIENNE, FONDEUR' Round foundry stamp on the verso side of the plinth 'Reduction Mecanique. A. Collas Brevete' Scratched number on the underside '42' Overall height: c. 63 cm Dimensions of the plinth: 3 x 21.5 x 16.5 cm (height x width x depth) Very good condition Detailed bronze cast of Sophocles; after a 19th century's Roman copy of a Greek sculpture created around 330 BC The present bronze sculpture was manufactured by the French bronze founder Ferdinand Barbedienne, who was one of the most successful representatives of his business. It presumably depicts the Greek tragedian Sophocles according to a Roman statue created in 1839, which is now in the Vatican Museums and relates to a Greek statue presented at the Athens Theatre of Dionysos around 330 BC. Sophocles is shown in a standing posture, wearing a thick beard and a narrow band in his hair. His himation is richly draped and ends upon his sandals on his feet. The poet is enhanced by a small box of scrolls in the left corner of the rectangular plinth. The bronze is signed on top of the plinth 'F. BARBEDIENNE, FONDEUR'. The round foundry stamp is set on the verso side of the plinth 'Reduction Mecanique. A. Collas Brevete'. Besides, there is a scratched number on the underside '42'. The bronze is in very good condition considering its age. Its overall height is 63 cm and the plinth measures 3 x 21.5 x 16.5 cm (height x width x depth). Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company 'Collas et Barbedienne'. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. (cbo) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Ferdinand Barbedienne, Bronze, Sophocles, France, c. 1870

Estimate: €550 - €715

Description: Bronze, with dark brown patina France, around 1870Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founder and manufacturer Inscribed on the plinth ‘F. BARBEDIENNE, FONDEUR’Round foundry stamp on the verso side of the plinth ‘Reduction Mecanique. A. Collas Brevete’Scratched number on the underside ‘42’Overall height: c. 63 cmDimensions of the plinth: 3 x 21.5 x 16.5 cm (height x width x depth)Very good conditionDetailed bronze cast of Sophocles; after a 19th century’s Roman copy of a Greek sculpture created around 330 BCThe present bronze sculpture was manufactured by the French bronze founder Ferdinand Barbedienne, who was one of the most successful representatives of his business. It presumably depicts the Greek tragedian Sophocles according to a Roman statue created in 1839, which is now in the Vatican Museums and relates to a Greek statue presented at the Athens Theatre of Dionysos around 330 BC. Sophocles is shown in a standing posture, wearing a thick beard and a narrow band in his hair. His himation is richly draped and ends upon his sandals on his feet. The poet is enhanced by a small box of scrolls in the left corner of the rectangular plinth.Condition:The bronze is signed on top of the plinth ‘F. BARBEDIENNE, FONDEUR’. The round foundry stamp is set on the verso side of the plinth ‘Reduction Mecanique. A. Collas Brevete’. Besides, there is a scratched number on the underside ‘42’. The bronze is in very good condition considering its age. Its overall height is 63 cm and the plinth measures 3 x 21.5 x 16.5 cm (height x width x depth).Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company ‘Collas et Barbedienne’. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. (cbo) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Ferdinand Barbedienne, Bronze, Sophocles, France, c. 1870

Estimate: €1,600 - €2,000

Description: Bronze, with dark brown patina France, around 1870 Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) - French bronze founder and manufacturer Inscribed on the plinth 'F. BARBEDIENNE, FONDEUR' Round foundry stamp on the verso side of the plinth 'Reduction Mecanique. A. Collas Brevete' Scratched number on the underside '42' Overall height: c. 63 cm Dimensions of the plinth: 3 x 21.5 x 16.5 cm (height x width x depth) Very good condition Detailed bronze cast of Sophocles; after a 19th century's Roman copy of a Greek sculpture created around 330 BC The present bronze sculpture was manufactured by the French bronze founder Ferdinand Barbedienne, who was one of the most successful representatives of his business. It presumably depicts the Greek tragedian Sophocles according to a Roman statue created in 1839, which is now in the Vatican Museums and relates to a Greek statue presented at the Athens Theatre of Dionysos around 330 BC. Sophocles is shown in a standing posture, wearing a thick beard and a narrow band in his hair. His himation is richly draped and ends upon his sandals on his feet. The poet is enhanced by a small box of scrolls in the left corner of the rectangular plinth. The bronze is signed on top of the plinth 'F. BARBEDIENNE, FONDEUR'. The round foundry stamp is set on the verso side of the plinth 'Reduction Mecanique. A. Collas Brevete'. Besides, there is a scratched number on the underside '42'. The bronze is in very good condition considering its age. Its overall height is 63 cm and the plinth measures 3 x 21.5 x 16.5 cm (height x width x depth). Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company 'Collas et Barbedienne'. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. (cbo) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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After Ferdinand Barbedienne, (French; 1810-1892), Harem Dancer, patinated bronze semi nude female figure, H 28

Estimate: $300 - $600

Description: After Ferdinand Barbedienne (French; 1810-1892) Harem Dancer patinated bronze semi nude female figure inscibed to top of base. H 28"

Condition Report: PLEASE READ: All items in this sale are estate consigned. There will be no returns accepted for reasons of condition or undisclosed repair. Every effort has been made to disclose condition in images provided. You may request a condition report, but this does not imply warranty for condition or allow returns for buyer's remorse. If you do not agree to these terms, do not bid. Your bid is a contract and signifies your acceptance of these terms. Professional shipping services are available. Shipping costs will include handling and insurance. Shipping costs are in addition to the auction purchase amount. A low bid purchase price does not mean shipping costs will be any less. If you are not prepared to pay for third-party shipping, do not bid. In order to ensure a quality experience with professional service, Ripley Auctions will now be managing jewelry and some small item shipping in-house. Larger items will require an outside shipper and quotes can be requested from our local Pakmail, UPS and Craters & Freighters stores upon request. They can be reached at us740@pakmail dot org, store5811@theupstore dot com & cratersandfreightersindy dot com respectively. Successful bidders will receive a final invoice within 48 hours after the auction giving you payment and shipping details, if applicable, pertaining to the item(s) you have purchased. After payment is made your purchase will be shipped by either USPS or UPS and tracking will be sent by email. Tracking information will need to be obtained by third party shipper for larger items purchased. Payment is accepted by Paypal, all major credit cards, cash, check, and bank wire. There is a buyer's premium in this sale. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to the client. We are offering our professional opinion. We attempt to note obvious imperfections in the description. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Antique Helper, Inc., et al shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. All sales are final.

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F. Barbedienne dog bronze statue

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: F. Barbedienne dog bronze statue, signed. 6 1/4" H x 9 1/4" W. Shipping in USA is $ 35.00. International bidders ask before bid.

Condition Report: Good condition

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Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) Paire d'importants vases fuseaux en bronze à patine médaille et bronze doré. Décor recto-verso de scènes à l'antique et d'un profil d'Ariane et Bacchus. Ils reposent sur quatre pieds en «jarret» et prises avec têtes

Estimate: €12,000 - €15,000

Description: Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) Paire d'importants vases fuseaux en bronze à patine médaille et bronze doré. Décor recto-verso de scènes à l'antique et d'un profil d'Ariane et Bacchus. Ils reposent sur quatre pieds en «jarret» et prises avec têtes d'hommes barbus. Cachet de fondeur F. Barbedienne. Epoque Napoléon III. H. : 68 cm.

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Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) bronze Vase

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) bronze Vase with a marble base. 8 1/8" H including base. Shipping in USA is $ 30.00. International bidders ask for shipping before bid.

Condition Report: Good condition

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F. Barbedienne, Pair of Napoleon III Bronze Chenets, c. 1860/70

Estimate: €900 - €1,170

Description: Cast bronze, patinated and parcel-giltFrance, c. 1860/70Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founder and manufacturerSigned in the cast ‘F. Barbedienne’A pair of imposing andirons with figural and floral-vegetal décorOn elongated-rectangular, multiply stepped and molded basesProvenance: private ownership, BerlinDimensions: each c. 60 x 39.4 x 12.5 cmVery good conditionDecorative objects of notable elegance and prestige in the characteristic variety of the Second Empire with garlanded herma figures, rocailles and further ornamental elementsCondition:Both chenets are in very good condition. Patina and gilding presumably renewed. The sizes measure c. 60 x 39.4 x 12.5 cm each. (nlu)Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company ‘Collas et Barbedienne’. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Jean-Baptiste Clésinger, Allegory, Bronze Bust, France c. 1860

Estimate: €4,400 - €5,500

Description: Bronze with dark patina, parcel-giltFrance, c. 1860Design: Jean-Baptiste Clésinger (1814-1883) – French sculptor and painterExecution: Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founder and manufacturerLaterally inscribed in the cast ‘J. Clésinger. Rome. 1860.‘Verso inscribe din the cast ‘F. Barbedienne. Fondeur.‘ and with foundy stamp ‘Réduction Mécanique A. Collas’Antique-like, sculpturally rendered group of figures on plinthIn central position in places a woman sitting on a klismos, she is wearing a garment with rich drapery and is holding a document in her right hand, at her feet a footstoolTo the right a youth earing a tunic and a cloak, to the left a naked toddlerDimensions: c. 32 x 37 x 19.5 cmVery good conditionBreastplate and helmet might suggest Athena, which could be represented here as a teacher of people The engineer Achille Collas had invented a machine that could produce scaled bronze models of sculptures. First, the foundry ‘Collas et Barbedienne’, which was established in 1839 made bronzes of ancient statues, but later they also worked with artists such as David D'Angers, Jean-Baptiste Clesinger and Antoine-Louis Barye. Condition: The bronze is in very good condition with barely any signs of age and wear. The size measures c. 32 x 37 x 19.5 cm. Jean-Baptiste Clésinger (1814-1883) Born on the 22nd of October, 1814, Clésinger studied in Rome and trained i.a. in Bertel Thorvaldsen’s studio, where he gained skills in stone carving and modeling. In 1833 he returned to Besançon, his birthplace, and one year later got his first official commission to create a bas-relief of the Twelve Apostles for the Cathedral of St. Jean. Due to financial difficulties, Clésinger undertook military service, however, was soon allowed to enter the studio of David d'Angers due to interventions of painter Jean Gigoux. In 1840 he finally deserted from military service and fled to Switzerland, where he quickly received numerous commissions for busts and was quickly appreciated. After a brief stopover in France, Clésinger settled down in Florence in 1842 and swiftly found access to the artistic and literary circles. Finally, he returned to France in 1844 and has since been represented at the Paris Salon. In 1849 he was introduced to Prince-Président Louis Napoléon, who included him in the circle of his protégé artists. From 1850 to 1855 Clésinger was commissioned numerous official and private projects, the most prominent writers and artists huddled in his studio in Rue Marbeuf. 1856 Clésinger moved back to Italy, where he permanently lived until 1864, then until 1869 alternately in Rome and Paris. Many of his works were exhibited at the Paris foundry Barbedienne and thus becamue famous. In his last years, Clésinger primarily focused on working on national commission and organized various exhibitions. His works can be seen in numerous museums worldwide, e.g. at the Musée de Picardie in Amiens, NY Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, the County Museum of Art in Los Angeles, the Vatican Museums in Rome or the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company ‘Collas et Barbedienne’. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE<BR>FRENCH, 1810-1892<BR>A PAIR OF FINE GILT BRONZE AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CANDLESTICKS<BR>PARIS, DATED 1872 |

Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Description: each inscribed F. BARBEDIENNE, C. SEVIN INV 1872, D. ATTARgE FIT 

Condition Report: In very good condition and presentation. Each appears to have been well maintained as there is little wear, residue or discoloration throughout. There are a few minor areas of light oxidation to few recesses. In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective qualified opinion. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING CONDITION OF A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD "AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED IN THE CATALOGUE.

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Paul du Bois (1827-1905) French bronze -

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Boy playing the Lute with - app. 24"h marked PDV Bois 1865 with Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) foundry stamp (reduction)

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VERY FINE PAIR OF SIX LIGHT CANDELABRA XIXTH CENTURY

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Property of A Palm Beach Gentleman Attributed to Ferdinand Barbedienne, 1810 1892, large and fine pair of Neo Grec gilt bronze and patinated bronze six light candelabra French, 19th Century, height 33 1/8 in. (84.13 cm.) Provenance Sotheby s New York lot#98 A Private Collection: Important French Furniture & Decorations, including Signed Furniture and Items from the Linke Family Private Collection 26 Oct 2006 New York

Condition Report: Good condition with fine brown patina and original guilt highlights, to sign up for our email list please visit ablevys.com

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Bronze Travel Vanity Mirror & Candlestick by Barbedienn

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: 19th C. Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Signed - Bronze Travel Vanity Mirror & Candlestick - Mirror: 14" x 8.5" / Candlestick: 6.5" x 4.1" ==== About Artist: Ferdinand Barbedienne was a French metalworker and manufacturer, who was well known as a bronze founder.

Condition Report: very good

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VERY FINE PAIR OF SIX LIGHT CANDELABRA XIXTH CENTURY

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Property of A Palm Beach Gentleman Attributed to Ferdinand Barbedienne, 1810-1892, large and fine pair of Neo-Grec gilt bronze and patinated bronze six light candelabra French, 19th Century, height 33 1/8 in. (84.13 cm.) Provenance Sotheby's New York lot# 98 A Private Collection: Important French Furniture & Decorations, including Signed Furniture and Items from the Linke Family Private Collection 26 Oct 2006 | New York |

Condition Report: Good condition with fine brown patina and original guilt highlights, to sign up for our email list please visit ablevys.com

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VERY FINE PAIR OF SIX LIGHT CANDELABRA XIXTH CENTURY

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Property of A Palm Beach Gentleman Attributed to Ferdinand Barbedienne, 1810-1892, large and fine pair of Neo-Grec gilt bronze and patinated bronze six light candelabra French, 19th Century, height 33 1/8 in. (84.13 cm.) Provenance Sotheby's New York lot#98 A Private Collection: Important French Furniture & Decorations, including Signed Furniture and Items from the Linke Family Private Collection 26 Oct 2006 | New York |

Condition Report: Good condition with fine brown patina and original guilt highlights, to sign up for our email list please visit ablevys.com

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After Ferdinand Barbedienne, French (1810 - 1892), The Borghese Gladiator, bronze, 15 3/4 x 14 x 13 3/4 in. (40 x 35.5 x 34.9 cm)
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Ferdinand Barbedienne, Ormolu Bronze Mantle Clock, Paris, 1880s

Estimate: €1,700 - €2,210

Description: Ormolu bronze, cast, partially punched, quartz and marble, malachite, glassFrance, Paris, 1880sFerdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founder and manufacturerInscribed ‘F. Barbedienne, PARIS’Japy Frères & Cie & Prosper Roussel – French clockmakers of the 19th centuryRound brass movement, spring-powered, lever escapementMovement with the penny mark of the ‘Japy Frères’ as well as numbered ‘60’ and ‘221’Striking the half hour on a bell, knife-edge suspension, brass pendulumDial with quartz, marble and malachite inlays, painted on Roman indices, open worked hands, illegibly signed ‘… Paris’High-rectangular, curved ormolu case with rich floral and vegetal fittings, trophies of music and case crestFurthermore sides and obverse adorned with pietra dura worksDimensions: 33 x 22.4 x 15.5 cmFully functional, good conditionElaborately worked mantle clock with delicate pietra dura inlaysEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 3,400 EuroCondition:The mantle clock is in a good condition, consistent with age. The surfaces are partially rubbed, whereby particularly the indices are affected. Some blemishes can be seen. For example in the area of the crest and the obverse pietra dura work. During in house testing, the timepiece was fully functional, no guarantee on long term precision and regularity. The dimensions of the case measure 33 x 22.4 x 15.5 cm.Japy Frères & Cie.The company was founded in 1773 in Montbéliard by Fréderic Japy in the form of a small workshop for a mechanized production of watches. In 1777 it was transferred to Beacuourt, where 2 years later, about 50 employees were engaged with the production of movements. In 1806 his 3 sons were integrated into the company's management and Japy became an international business. After his father's death, the movements were signed with Japy Frères & Cie from 1850 onwards. In addition to the manufacture of watches in the course of the years more products were being manufactured. Finally, the clock production had to be stopped. Today, however, Japy Frères & Cie produces engines under Renault. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Estimate: $20,000 - $25,000

Description: Ormolu Cloisonne Champleve Enamel Onyx Jardiniere Centerpiece. One handle signed "F. Barbedienne", monogram of interlaced Ds to each sides. About Artist: Ferdinand Barbedienne, French, 1810-1892. A large Neo-Grec ormolu and cloisonne champleve enamel decorated onyx jardiniere centerpiece. Most possibly designed by Louis-Constant Sevin and Edouard Lievre / Lievre. IN THE STYLE OF "Greco Roman". DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 19th Century. MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Bronze, Enamel, Onyx. DIMENSIONS: 8.5 in.Hx22.5 in.Wx12 in.D (22 cmHx57 cmWx30 cmD)

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Ferdinand Barbedienne, The Borghese Gladiator, Bronze, 19th C.

Estimate: €300 - €390

Description: Cast bronze, on a marble base France, 19th century Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founder and manufacturer Signed ‘F. BARBEDIENNE, FONDEUR’, with foundry mark Marble base Total height: 24 cm Good condition Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 600 Euro The original Borghese Gladiator was discovered at Nettuno before 1611 and was created circa 100BC by Agasias, son of Dositheus. It belonged to the Borghese family collection before it was acquired by Napoleon and brought to the Louvre where it still resides. It was one of the most admired and copied Antiquties in the 18th and 19th centuries. Condition: The bronze is in good condition. Brown patina consistent with age. The object’s height measures 24 cm including the base. Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company ‘Collas et Barbedienne’. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) pair of marble & bronze urns

Estimate: $6,000 - $9,000

Description: Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) pair of marble & bronze urns, signed. 19 1/2” H. Shipping in USA is $ 110.00. International bidders ask for shipping before bid.

Condition Report: Good condition

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FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) - Important brûle-parfum

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: A forme d’urne, en marbre noir de Belgique cannelé, la monture en bronze doré et ciselé d’un riche décor à la grecque, orné sur le couvercle d’un cartouche. Repose sur une base carrée. France, d’Epoque 19ème. Petit manque à la couverte. Signé sur la tranche du bord du vase. Cachet de Fonte Barbedienne. Collection privée René Gruau. Dimensions : 48 x 37 x 27 cm

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19th C. Ferdinand Barbedienne Fondeur (1810-1892) Bronze Travel Vanity Mirror W/Lamps (Rewired for Modern Use) WORKING VERY RARE

Estimate: $18,000 - $20,000

Description: 19th C. Ferdinand Barbedienne Bronze Travel Vanity Mirror W/Lamps (Rewired for Modern Use) WORKING VERY RARE - This extremely rare piece is made of bronze, and is signed. The mini mounted (working) lamps fold to extend out, and the mirror sways so the person using it can adjust their view. The side lamps also fold in. Ferdinand Barbedienne was a French Metalworker and great manufacturer. He was President of the "Reunion of Bronze Makers" in 1865, and created the finest pieces. His works are highly sought after, and his pieces are very hard to come by. His works sell from $10,000-$100,000 (depending on the period, and the piece). Measures: 24.5"h x 35"w (includes side lamps, fully extended).

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Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: A forme d’urne, en marbre noir de Belgique cannelé, la monture en bronze doré et ciselé d’un riche décor à la grecque, orné sur le couvercle d’un cartouche. Repose sur une base carrée. France, d’Epoque 19ème. Petit manque à la couverte. Signé sur la tranche du bord du vase. Cachet de Fonte Barbedienne. Collection privée René Gruau. Dimensions : 48 x 37 x 27 cm

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Bronze Travel Vanity Mirror & Candlestick by Barbedienne

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: 19th C. Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Signed - Bronze Travel Vanity Mirror & Candlestick - Mirror: 14" x 8.5" / Candlestick: 6.5" x 4.1"

Condition Report: very good

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Pair of French Champleve & Bronze Urns by Barbedienne

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Pair of French champleve bronze complementary urns with ferdinand barbedienne signed - H 4.1" x W 3.2" ===== About Artist: Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) was a French metalworker and manufacturer, who was well known as a bronze founder.

Condition Report: very good

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Bronze Figure Ferdinand Barbedienne

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Early bronze of seated Roman figure marked on side "F. Barbedienne Fondeur" ( Ferdinand Barbedienne France 1810 - 1892). 18 1/2" Ht. Provenance: Redwood New York Estate.

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AFTER FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE, (French, 1810-1892), Diana Resting after the Hunt, Bronze, H 11 x W 6 x D 8½ inches.

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: AFTER FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (French, 1810-1892) Diana Resting after the Hunt Bronze Inscribed F. Barbedienne, Fondeur to base Foundry mark lower center verso Reproducion Mecanique, N. Collas Brevete Inscribed J. Clesinger Rome 1860 upper left H 11 x W 6 x D 8 1/2 inches.

Condition Report: In overall good, stable, complete condition. Having fairly even patina throughout with some areas of minor rubbing, primarily to back of rock. Some minor scratches. Base intact without chips, cracks or repairs.

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FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892)

Estimate: €500 - €600

Description: Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892)Pendule de style rocaille en bronze doré.Le cadran aux chiffres romains émaillés repose sur une grande agraphe mouvementée agrémentée de guirlande de fleurs au naturel.Il est surmonté d'un char figurant une coquille terminée à sa proue par un buste de femme coiffée d'un turban, un putto tenant une torche allumée le chevauche.Seconde moitié du XIXe siècle.Haut. : 34 cm. - Larg. : 30 cm. - Prof. : 12 cm.(voir la reproduction) mg8942

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AFTER FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE, (French 1810-1892), Euterpe, The Muse of Music, the Giver of Much Delight, Bronze, H 11¼ x W 5¼ x D 2¾...

Estimate: $400 - $800

Description: AFTER FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (French 1810-1892) Euterpe, The Muse of Music, the Giver of Much Delight Bronze Inscribed to base F. Barbedienne, Fondeur Foundry mark lower center verso Reproducion Mecanique, N. Collas Brevete H 11 1/4 x W 5 1/4 x D 2 3/4 inches.

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FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892)

Estimate: €250 - €350

Description: FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) Venus de Milo Sculpture en bronze a patine brune reposant sur une terrasse carree. Signe, epreuve vers 1880 Dimensions : h. 30 cm

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Barbedienne, Praying Boy, Adorant, Bronze, France, 19th C.

Estimate: €1,920 - €2,400

Description: Bronze, patinated, marbled onyx SäuleExecution by the Société Collas et Barbedienne, Paris (1838-1952) – French bronze foundry, established by Ferdinand Barbedienne and Achille CollasModel by Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founder, after the famous original by Lysipp (c. 400/390 BC - late 4th century BC)On the rear of the plinth inscribed ‘F. Barbedienne, Fondeur’, as well as with foundry stampOn a sqare plinth standing a praying boy figure of bronze with raised armsA green and brown marbled onyx column is enclosed to the bronze statuteHeight of the figure: 56.1 cm, height of the column: 106 cm This  statue of a ‘Praying Boy’ by Ferdinand Barbedienne was made after the original of the Greek sculptor Lysipp in the end of the 4th century BC. The original of 128 cm is located in the antiquity collection of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin today. Presumably in the 16th century the ‘Boy’ got its way from Rhodos to Venice and was acquired by the Prussian King Frederick II for the palace Sanssouci in Potsdam in 1747.Condition:The figure is in good condition with minimal traces of wear like scattered minimal abrasions on the patina, scratches and spots. The middle of the column was restored. Some bumpings on the areas of the edges and corners can be found.Société Collas et Barbedienne (1838-1952)The French bronze founder Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) and the engineer and engraver Achille Collas (1795-1859) founded the bronze foundry ‘Société Collas et Barbedienne’ in 1838 in Paris. The focus of the manufactory was the selling of bronze miniatures of antique Greek and Roman sculpture. Already before the foundation of the company Collas invented a machine for the mechanically reduce of sculptures, which was named ‘Reduction Méchanique’ and which was used for the production. Since 1843 the company reproduced also works of living artists like Auguste Rodin or Antoine Louis Barye. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892), ATTRIBUE Vase à l’angelot

Estimate: €600 - €1,200

Description: FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892), ATTRIBUE Vase à l’angelot En verre émaillé à col chantourné, dans une monture en bronze doré rehaussé d’émaux champlevés et accostée d'un amour en ronde-bosse. Il repose sur une terrasse en onyx. France, travail vers 1900 Dimensions : h. 17 cm

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Ferdinand Barbedienne, WAZKA NEOROKOKOWA

Estimate: PLN12,000 - PLN15,000

Description: brąz złocony, podstawa - biały marmur, wys.: 24 cmsygnowany: 'F. BARBEDIENNE'

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BARBEDIENNE, Ferdinand (1812-1892), bronzier & CAHIEUX, Henri (1825-1854), dessinateur. Attribué à,

Estimate: €8,000 - €12,000

Description: BARBEDIENNE, Ferdinand (1812-1892), bronzier & CAHIEUX, Henri (1825-1854), dessinateur. Attribué à, Candélabre porte-lampe néo-grec et sa lampe en bronze à patine noire. La lampe composée d’un vase amphore à anses en forme de sphinges, orné en son centre d’’un camée à pro l de femme suspendu par des rangs de perles. Candélabre à plateau circulaire coiffant une tige ciselée à l’imitation d’un roseau, orné de chaînettes suspendues à des vautours. L’’ensemble reposant sur trois pieds en griffes à têtes de sphinges. Vers 1860. H. 175 cm. Percé à l’électricité et monté en lampe moderne. L’impératrice Eugénie acheta une paire de porte-lampes de style grec, d’un modèle très proche du nôtre, sur le stand de Ferdinand Barbedienne à l’’Exposition Universelle de Paris en 1855, pour son cabinet de toilette du chàteau de Saint- Cloud. Elle en commanda deux autres paires en 1858 pour ses boudoirs des chàteaux de Compiégne et de Fontainebleau. Une paire de porte-lampes et leurs lampes, comparable au nôtre, se trouvait vers 1860 dans l’atrium de la Maison Pompéienne du Prince Napoléon-Joseph, avenue Montaigne à Paris (voir la photographie de 1863 ci-contre, à droite le candélabre néo-grec). Très probablement le modèle trépied de style grec à têtes de Diane présenté au Salon entre 1855 et 1905 référencé sous le numéro 1632 du catalogue des Bronzes Barbedienne par Florence Rionnet, 2016. Neo-greek lamp-holder candelabra and its bronze lamp with black patina, ca 1860; H 68 7/8 in

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19th Century Barbedienne Reduction Bronze Feminine Bust

Estimate: $500 - $700

Description: 5 5/8" tall on a 1/4" tall marble base, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892), circa 1850's, signed and numbered with Fredinand Barbedienne, Paris foundry mark, excellent condition

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