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Lot 176

A pair of Empire patinated and parcel gilt bronze and rouge griotte mounted campana urns, early 19th century and later fitted as table lamps, in the manner of work by Claude Galle, each everted body with twin satyr mask handles, flowerhead mounts and inset bands of fruiting vine, above engine turned waisted circular socles and a square section plinth cast with further flowerheads, and gryphons supporting lyres, 51cm high, the bases 16cm squareCondition Report: The urns bear the usual minor marks, knocks and scuffs overall consistent with age and use.They have been refitted, so the interiors have not been inspected.Each socle has a circa 1-2cm chip to one of the corners, as well as one or two smaller chips to the vertical edges.There is some dust and residue in the recesses particularly the rosettes.The gilding is worn and rubbed in places, particularly the square bases and the handles.Please have lighting tested by a certified electrician prior to use. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot 351

A miscellaneous collection of small posy vases, including an amethyst bulbous example with applied butterfly decoration, chip to rim, end of day Vaseline glass vase, reproduction Galle Cameo bottle vase, splayed vase with internal mauve and blue decoration, various glass swizzle sticks in the form of millefiori canes and cotton twists and other items Varied

Lot 403

Six Antique Collectors Club reference books, relating to antique glass by John Sandon, 20th Century Pewter Art Nouveau to Modernism by Paul Carter Robinson, WAS Benson by Ian Hamerton, Liberty's Furniture 1875-1915 by Daryl Bennett, Arts and Crafts Furniture by John Andrews, Galle Furniture by Alistair Duncan and Georges De Bartha

Lot 664

A contemporary lamp in the style of Galle

Lot 207

CERAMIC CATS ONE MANX BY RUSHTON ISLE OF MAN AND A PAIR OF EMILE GALLE STYLE WITH GLASS EYES 14.5CM HIGH

Lot 715

An early 20th century cat in the Galle manner with turquoise glaze and painted floral decoration in tones of green, yellow and blue and with inset yellow glass eyes, 30.5cm tall approx (with old repairs to base)

Lot 175

Orange glass vase marked Galle - H: 10cmSmall chip to rim (see image).

Lot 774

A large overlaid glass Galle' style vase.

Lot 39

An album of 19thC topographical photographs, relating to Gibraltar, Malta, Port Said, Suez Canal, Galle Panang, Canton, Hong Kong, Singapore, etc.

Lot 114

A Galle style glass table lamp, bearing 'Galle Tip' signature, height 35cm.

Lot 411

A Galle style ceramic caricature cat, late 19th or early 20th century, with nodding head, no factory marks, length 40cm

Lot 351

A Continental Galle Style Cameo Glass Vase Depicting Tree, Signed, 36cm high

Lot 237

BESWICK BEATRIX POTTER GROUP, 'TABITHA TWITCHIT AND MISS MOPPET' (H. 9 CM), SIMILAR MODEL 'SIMPKINS'(H. 10 CM), HUMMEL GIRL WEARING BLUE HOODED CAPE (H. 9.5 CM), HUMMEL GROUP GIRL WITH DOLL (H. 15.5 CM) VIENNESE STYLE PORCELAIN VASE WITH CLOWN AND DANCER (H. 14.5 CM), GALLE STYLE CAT, FAIRING ''O'DO LEAVE ME A DROP'', SOHO POTTERY G.W.R. SAUCER, THREE BUNNYKINS BOWLS AND A PLATE (12)

Lot 7

A GALLE CAMEO GLASS VASE, bottle shaped, carved with purple foliage against a frosted ground, signed. 16cmThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.In generally very good condition without chips.

Lot 87

A pair of 19th century hand-painted cabinet plates; polychrome floral decoration on a white ground with gilt rims, signed 'Reinemer & Galle, Nancy' in red script to one

Lot 1008

An opaque glass vase in Galle style, lidded ginger jar and a cloisonne vase (3)

Lot 81

A pottery lamp and jug by Sarah Stoker, Devonware plate, plated entree dish and cover, soda syphon, copy Galle vase and Daum style vase

Lot 188

A Galle style carved glass vase, 25cm

Lot 372

* After Jan van der Straet (Johannes Stradanus, 1523-1605). The Capture of Milan, from Mediceae Familiae Rerum Feliciter Gestarum Victoriae et Triumphi, 1583 [or later], an enlarged near-contemporary copy in pen, black ink, brown wash and brown ink and pencil on laid paper, early 17th century, 202 x 295 mm (8 x 11.6 ins), window-mountedQty: (1)NOTESSee New Hollstein 355; Baroni Vannucci, Jan van der Straet (1997), 691.12. An early copy in brown wash of the third plate in a series of eight depicting battles outside Tuscany, from the series of 20 engravings (plus title page) entitled Mediceae Familiae Rerum Feliciter Gestarum Victoriae et Triumphi, illustrating the various triumphs of the Medici family of Florence, which were engraved by Hendrick Goltzius and Philips Galle after Johannes Stradanus, and published by Galle in 1583. The British Museum has a Flemish copy of the motif of the horse tethered to the tree, taken from the same published engraving (SL, 5219.43).

Lot 382

* Collaert (Adriaen, circa 1560-1618). Amerigo Vespucci on his ship, plate 3 from Americae Retectio (The Discovery of America), published by Philip Galle, Antwerp, circa 1598, copper engraving on laid paper by Collaert after Johannes Stradanus, with two lines of Latin text at foot 'Americus Vespuccius Florentinus portentosa navigatione ad Occasum atque ad Austrum duas Orbis terrarum partes, nostris oris quas incolimus maiores, et nullis antea nobis notas saeculis, aperuit, quarum alteram de suo nomine Americam mortalium consensus nominavit. An. Sal. M. IIID', trimmed to image, some minor marks and a few short tears and abrasions to top margins repaired with archival tissue and paper, sheet size 210 x 282 mm (8.25 x 11.1 ins)Qty: (1)NOTESHollstein 469. Sabin 92665. See R.V. Tooley, One of the Rarest Picture Atlases, Americae Retectio, 1592, The Map Collector, no. 2, March 1978, 22-24. The third of four plates from the first edition of Americae Retectio, commemorating the successive discoveries of America by Christopher Columbus, Amerigo Vespucci and Ferdinand Magellan. The engraved inscription reads: Amerigo Vespucci of Florence by a portentous voyage to the west and south opened up two parts of the globe, larger than the portion we inhabit, and not known to any before us, the second of which by the common consent of mankind had been called America after his name'.

Lot 1102

AFTER GALLE, A GOOD POTTERY SEATED CAT, yellow ground with blue painted stylised emblems and green glass eyes. 13ins high.

Lot 129

* Cartographers. A collection of eight portraits of cartographers, 16th-19th century, including: Galle (Philip). Spectandum dedit Ortelius mortalib. orben, Orbi spectandum Galleus Ortelium, Antwerp, circa 1595, hand coloured portrait of Abraham Ortelius, slight spotting to margins, 325 x 220 mm, Latin text on verso, Westermayr (C.). Nicol. Sanson, D. F. Sotzman, Guillaume de L'Isle, Edme Mentelle [and] Gerhard Merkator, circa 1800, five uncoloured engraved oval portraits with title and birth and death dates below image, each approximately 135 x 85 mm, Vinkeles (R.). Petrus Pancius 1790, hand coloured engraved portrait after J. Buys, 150 x 90 mm, and an unattributed uncoloured engraved portrait of Petrus Bertius, 145 x 100 mmQty: (8)NOTESThe first described item is the most famous portrait of Ortelius which appeared in the 1579 edition of his 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', the first modern Atlas. The text below the image translates as 'By looking, Ortelius gave to mortal beings the world, by looking at his face, Galleus gave them Ortelius'. Marcel van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, p.14.

Lot 225

A LARGE GALLE MOLD-BLOWN CAMEO GLASS 'PLUM' VASE, CIRCA 1920of krater form, the rich lemon ground overlaid in caramel, shading to deep blue along the lip, with a continuous decoration of pendant plums in high relief, maker's mark along top, incised numeral 01-5472 under base; height: 32 cm (12 5/8 in.)PROVENANCEChristie's, New York, June 5-6, 2002, lot 162 CONDITIONThe vase is in very good original condition. Beyond some scratches along the bottom and under the base, no issues or signs of restoration apparent to the naked eye. N.B. All lots are sold in as-is condition at the time of sale. Please note that any condition statement regarding works of art is given as a courtesy to our clients in order to assist them in assessing the condition. The report is a genuine opinion held by Shapiro Auctions and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report or a photograph does not preclude the absence of defects or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. Shapiro Auctions, LLC., including its consultants and agents, shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

Lot 22

A Model of a Cat in the Style of Galle, together with a majolica comport and a plaster bust

Lot 1117

GALLE CAMEO GLASS VASE a small bottled shaped vase with a flattened circular body and slender neck, of muted colours of purple and green and with a pink tinge. With a floral design and foliage to both sides. Signed, Galle. 17.5cms high

Lot 1118

GALLE CAMEO GLASS VASE with a lobed triform body and long slender neck, in muted colours of purple and green and with a pink tinge. With a floral design and foliage. Signed, Galle and Star mark. 26.5cms high

Lot 1119

GALLE CAMEO GLASS VASE a small cameo glass vase of muted colours of blue and green, with a floral design and foliage around the body and pink colouration around the rim. Signed, Galle. 9.5cms high

Lot 149

A late 19th Century Emille Galle cameo glass vase with a crimped circular foot below a cylindrical body with crimped rim, cased in amethyst over clear and cut with wild flowers, cameo signature to body, height 30.5cm. Good, free from chips or cracks.

Lot 310

A small cameo glass vase by Emille Galle, circa 1900, of compressed globe and shaft form, cased in amethyst over clear and cut with violets, cameo signature to body, height 9.5cm.

Lot 330

An early 20th Century glass cameo vase by Emile Galle, circa 1900, of tapering sleeve form, cased in amethyst over the clear and yellow ground, cut with wisteria flowers, cameo signature to body, height 26.5cm.

Lot 48

A Galle type tall slender tapering cylindrical vase, carved with white blossom and foliage, bears signature Galle, 51cm high

Lot 577

Emille Galle, Nancy. A late 19th century majolica asparagus service: painted in blue in Moustiers faience style with figures amongst scrolling floral sprays within manganese, ochre and pale yellow borders, the serving dish with central cradle [minor restoration, cradle re-stuck], signed 'E.Galle, Nancy, Depose, 40 x 24cm., the dishes with a single asparagus stem dividing the cavetto, signed 'E.Galle, Nancy', 27cm. [one damaged], (8 pieces)

Lot 1221

Three table lamps, two Chinese and one Galle style with peacock shade

Lot 565

A Galle style Art Nouveau shaped mahogany poker work 2 tier occasional table raised on cabriole supports 70cm h x 52cm w x 40cm d Some contact marks to the legs

Lot 2083

(lot of 4) A group of Emile Galle marquetry decorated nesting tables, the graduated group of four each displaying a naturalistic scene, the largest depicting floral sprays at a rocky out cropping, the next houses at cliffs edge, then sailboats at sea, then finally men in a row boat, with a seagull above, each signed marquetry signed Galle, largest 28"h x 23"w x 15"d

Lot 2086

An Emile Galle marquetry decorated occasional table, the rectangular top displaying a naturalistic scene of thistles beside a seascape, marquetry signed Galle, 27.5"h x 23"w x 15"d

Lot 120

An embossed glass table lamp in the style of Galle'.

Lot 140

Two pieces of art glass, after Galle, the fist a vase in olive green and purple with leaf design, the second squat form with lily design, 10cm and 6.5cm high, (2)

Lot 57

A French cameo glass vase amber ground overlaid with pink petunias, signed Galle, 10 1/2" tall plus a dark pink flower form glass vase with an applied gilded cobra decoration

Lot 25

EMILE GALLEA CAMEO GLASS VASESquat baluster form, acid etched with green leaves and berries, signed Galle.9.3cm.The absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Some air bubbles in the glass but otherwise in good condition

Lot 26

EMILE GALLEA CAMEO GLASS FOOTED VASEAcid etched with purple foliage against a red ground, signed Galle.7.7cm.The absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.In good condition without damage.

Lot 27

EMILE GALLEA CAMEO GLASS VASEBanjo shaped, acid etched with orange flowers, signed Galle. 16.5cm.The absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Small 1/2 cm mark running vertical round rim, bubble in the body of the vase, no chips.

Lot 28

EMILE GALLEA CAMEO GLASS VASEOf globe and shaft form, acid etched with purple wisteria, signed Galle.15.5cm.The absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Appears in good condition with no cracks, blemishes or chips.

Lot 29

EMILE GALLEA CAMEO GLASS VASEBottle shaped, acid etched with foliage and the unusual feature of a bird, signed Galle.19cm.The absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.In very good condition.

Lot 7

Philip Galle (1537-1612) Septem Dona Sancti etching, frontispiece 25.5 x 18.5cm. Provenance: Sothebys 27/6/89, lot 20; From the Collection of the late Professor Eric Gerald Stanley (1923-2018).

Lot 145

A fine and rare French Empire ormolu and patinated bronze mantel clock in the form of a teapotFournier horologer, Grenoble, the case by Claude Galle, Paris, early 19th century The circular eight-day two train countwheel bell striking movement with anchor escapement regulated by disc bob pendulum incorporating silk suspension, the circular white enamel Roman numeral dial signed Fournier h'ger, a Grenoble to centre, with Arabic quarters to the outer minute track and sculpted gilt brass hands within fine engine-turned gilt cast bezel, the case modelled as a cylindrical teapot with fruiting bud finial to the ogee cap surmount decorated with burnished anthemion motifs onto a finely matted ground over a stepped canted gilt collar, the dial flanked by a shaped fluted handle incorporating stylised leafy scrolls opposing conforming upswept tapered burnished spout decorated with matted flutes and terminating with a grotesque hippocanthus mask, on generous gilt skirt base incorporating complex engine-turned top mouldings over four bun feet, 25.5cm (10ins) high. The Fournier family of clockmakers can be traced back to the 1740's with Louis Fournier being recorded in Baillie, G.H. Watchmakers & Clockmakers of the World as a second generation Parisian clockmaker appointed a Master of his trade in 1748. Subsequent generations worked in Paris throughout the 18th and early 19th centuries including a C.L. Fournier during the Empire period. Another member of the family, Stanislaus Fournier (a former apprentice of Lepaute), is also recorded as emigrating to New Orleans in around 1840. From the inscription on the dial it would appear that the Fournier family also had an outlet in Grenoble which was probably most likely supplied directly from their workshops in Paris. Of the very few known examples of this model at least two are signed for Claude Galle, Paris confirming that the cases were made in in his workshops; this includes an example in the highly important collection of the Musee Francois Duesberg at Mons. According to the Royal Collections website Claude Galle was one of the leading bronzeurs of his day and he created numerous gilt bronzes for the Royal and subsequently Imperial household. Born at Villepreux near Versailles, he was apprenticed to the fondeur, Pierre Foy at rue du Four. In 1784 he married Foy's daughter and after the Foy's death, took over the workshop and built it into one the finest of its kind, eventually employing about 400 craftsmen. In 1786 he became a maitre-fondeur and in the same year received the first of many commissions from the Garde-Meuble to furnish the royal palaces. Galle moved the business to Quai de la Monnaie (renamed Quai de l'Unit?) and from 1805 traded from 60 Rue Vivienne.Condition Report: Lot 145Movement is in good original unrestored condition with no visible evidence of alteration or significant replacements. The going train is in working order although as movement is dirty/neglected a clean is required. The mainspring of the strike train is compromised (broken or detached from its anchorage within the barrel) in addition to this the first wheel of the strike train now spins on its arbor hence will require re-securing before strike train will operate (probably came loose when the spring failed). The strike train otherwise appears to be in sound condition.The dial has an extremely light small hairline crack to the centre near the III numeral (can only be seen on very close examination) and some very light wear/fritting to the enamel around the winding holes otherwise is in fine original untouched condition.The case is in very good condition with the only noticeable blemish being a very small bruise to the bezel at 12 o'clock. The gilding has minimal wear and only a few spots of discolouration (most noticeably the rear foot). The patinated section (the body of the teapot) is in fine condition and is of nice greeny brown colour.Clock is complete with pendulum and winding key. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot 102

* Cartographers. A collection of thirteen portraits of cartographers, 16th - 19th century, including Galle (Philip). Spectandum dedit Ortelius mortalib. orben, Orbi spectandum Galleus Ortelium, Antwerp, circa 1595, hand coloured portrait of Abraham Ortelius, slight spotting to margins, 325 x 220 mm, Latin text on verso, together with Westermayr (C.). Nicol. Sanson, D. F. Sotzman, Joh. Bapt. Homann, Guillaume de L'Isle, Alex Hub. Jaillot, Edme Mentelle [and] Gerhard Merkator, circa 1800, seven uncoloured engraved oval portraits with title and birth and death dates below image, each approximately 135 x 85 mm, with Munster (Sebastian). Untitled portrait, circa 1550, uncoloured woodblock potrait of Munster seated at a desk holding a quill and paper, Latin text to the right hand side below and on verso, image size 120 x 100 mm, plus Vinkeles (R.). Petrus Pancius [and] Gerardus Mercator, 1790, pair of hand coloured portraits after J. Buys, each 150 x 90 mm, with Hubert (Francois). Mathieu Merian..., circa 1750, uncoloured engraved portrait, trimmed to plate mark and laid on later paper, 135 x 90 mm (Qty: 13)NOTESThe first described item is the most famous portrait of Ortelius and appeared in the 1579 edition of his 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', the first modern Atlas.The text below the image translates as 'By looking, Ortelius gave to mortal beings the world, by looking at his face, Galleus gave them Ortelius'. Marcel van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, p.14.

Lot 507

A large blue art glass vase etc including Galle style lamp base etc

Lot 145

Plantin.- Siege of Breda.- Hermannus (Hugo) Obsidio Bredana armis Philippi IIII, second edition, fine engraved allegorical title by Cornelis Galle the Elder after Peter Paul Rubens, 7 double-page and 6 full-page engraved plans, final f. with colophon recto otherwise blank, marginal staining, occasional spotting, modern half calf, gilt spine in compartments and with double red morocco labels, [Cockle 817], folio, Antwerp, House of Plantin, 1629.⁂ 'This is the best of the histories of the siege of Breda under Spinola; and it attained immediate popularity.' (Cockle)

Lot 306

Ornithology - Collaert, Adriaen Avium vivae icones in aes incisiae et editae ab Adriano Collardo. [Antwerp,: T. Galle, c. 1617], oblong 4to (295 by 198mm.),18 (of 32) hand-coloured engraved plates, 2 plates trimmed and mounted, later marbled boards, paper label Note: A rare series of Collaert's prints featuring birds in exotic rural landscapes. References: cf. Nissen IVB 199; cf.293.

Lot 348

An Art Nouveau Style Cameo Glass Vase Signed 'Galle', 15.5cms High, Small Chip to Rim

Lot 129

9ct gold cameo pendant brooch hallmarked, silver gilt Buffaloes jewel along, vintage pocket watches, G. Galle commemorative plaque and other costume jewellery and miscellanea Condition Report Click here for further images, condition, auction times & delivery costs

Lot 2

An overlaid vase with landscape marked Galle, height 10cm, together with two cranberry glasses with gilt decoration of a deer in a woodland clearing, and two Edwardian glasses (5)

Lot 155

TWO HAND PAINTED 19TH CENTURY PLATES, signed Reinemer & Galle nancy, in red script to one, 22cm in diameter

Lot 484

Emile Galle, a French cameo glass floral vase, circa 1900, teardrop with everted rim form, amber colour, signed, 15cm high

Lot 178

ϒ A Ceylonese ebony and specimen wood inlaid circular centre table, second quarter 19th century, the circular top with radiating serpentine bands of tropical timbers to include satinwood, coromandel and palm wood, surrounded by an ivory inlaid and lappet carved border, above a reeded turned tapering stem incorporating scrolling lappet carved terminals, the concave sided plinth base cornered by moulded roundels, on squat turned bun feet and concealed castors, 75cm high, the top 122cm diameter This table is typical of the carved ebony furniture manufactured on the island of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in the Galle district, throughout the 19th century. While the form of these tables is based on English designs dating to the second quarter of the 19th century (such as Thomas King's The Modern Style of Cabinet Work Exemplified of 1829), the carved ornament, including the lotus motif are derived from local traditions. These tables were supplied to the British colonists in Ceylon and India for export to England. A number of tables similarly inlaid with exotic woods are known, including the earliest dated example, formerly at the Royal Commonwealth Society with a presentation plaque dated 1836 (A. Jaffer, Furniture from British India and Ceylon, London, 2001, p. 373, fig. 142).A virtually identical table was sold, Christie's, Interiors - Style & Spirit, London, 13th May 2008 (£38,900). An almost identical table was sold Christie's, London, 21-22 November 2007, Lot 160. A related example was displayed in the Ceylon Court of the Paris 1855 International Exhibition and discussed in the Catalogue of the Natural and Artificial Products of Ceylon, 1855. ϒ Indicates that this lot may be subject to CITES regulations when exported. Please see our Terms & Conditions for more information. 

Lot 926

A Galle style etched overlay vase inscribed with 'Galle' and 'Tip'. Height 21cm.

Lot 36

Mirea Bohemian Pate de Verre Art Glass in the style of Galle. P&P group 2 (£20 for the first item and £2.50 for subsequent items)

Lot 94

EMILE GALLE (1846-1904) A CAMEO GLASS VASE, overlaid and acid-etched with a landscape in tones of brown, amber and yellow, signed Galle. 18cmIn generally good condition.

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