August 26, 2017

 Exhibiting at the AAADA Sydney Fair in September - Please come!  View details of the event and all exhibitors on the AAADA website http://aaada.org.au  

Tickets are now available in store.

August 26, 2017

A superb 17th century oil on canvas portrait by the celebrated female English painter, Mary Beale (1633-1699).  This portrait was, at one time, believed to be a self portrait of this fascinating artist, who trained under Sir Peter Lely and was clearly influenced by his...

August 26, 2017

A very fine and very pretty Louis XVI period gilt bronze small bust of Flora (Spring) on her original grey-painted and part gilded neoclassical wooden plinth.  France circa 1785.

August 26, 2017

A wonderful large-scale marble bust of Antinous dating from the late 18th / early 19th century.  The bust has clearly been outside and was once part of a fountain; it has an incredible 'ruin' patina from 200 years of weather and water.

August 26, 2017

 Four exquisite 18th century Italian silver and gilt salon chairs in the neoclassical taste, circa 1775, upholstered in a beautiful, time-worn 19th century watermelon pink silk velvet.

May 20, 2017

A fine oval 17th century portrait of a gentleman with long hair and in elaborate attire, including a ruffled lace shirt and embroidered silk over-garments. Attributed to the celebrated Flemish portrait painter Jacob Ferdinand Voet (1639 – 1689). Voet painted in France...

May 20, 2017

A lovely period 18th century bust of the child Louis-Auguste de France, Duc de Berry (later Louis XVI) with incised signature C.GIR, 1773.  This delightful small bust is presented on its original marble socle.  Probably modelled loosely on the celebrated portrait of th...

May 20, 2017

A superb French oval bronze bas relief portrait of Marie-Amelie de Bourbon, wife of Louis Philippe (king of France 1830-48) and the last queen of France.  Cast, hand-chased and signed with an incised signature "Caunois" 1833, this lovely image was produced soon after t...

May 20, 2017

A large scale late 19th century terracotta bust of the infamous Madame Du Barry, produced by the Louvre (stamped and numbered) after the original 1773 marble by Augustin Pajou (1730 - 1809) at Versailles.  France, circa 1900.

May 20, 2017

A charming pair of period 18th century terracotta angelots (cherubs), modelled as an allegory to hunting.  One is sounding a horn and the other carrying a rabbit or hare.  Both incised with the initials CG and one dated 1745. Presented on original marble bases.  France...

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