France - 1920-1949 - Patinated Spelter
|Object:||"Le Chat" Original Art Deco Bookends by Max Le Verrier|
|Designer/ Artist:||Max Le Verrier|
|Country of Origin:||France|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear|
Rare Art Deco "Chat" bookends by French sculpturer Max Le Verrier. Made of Patinated Art Spelter on a marble base. Signed to both "M.Le Verrier".
Very hard to find bookends especialy with the white/green "veiné du vert" marble bases! Condition is very good with minimal chipping to base, barley noticable. Still retains it´s old store? labels.
Hommage´ to Max Le Verrier...
Today, Max LE VERRIER is famous in France and all over the world. His work is prodigious, not only by the countless sculptures and different items made but also by the wide range of themes, by his ability to accommodate modernism and tradition, and by the movement he knew to give to his work.
Catawiki member since September 12, 2015, received 17 reviews in total (4 in last 12 months)
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Bonjour,
Je suis quelque peu déçu :
Livraison envoyé au bout de 4 jours.
Le bracelet de la montre est très fatigué (et coupé) : très peu visible sur les photos malheureusement : et pas
mentionné.Dear Stèphane, thank you for your feedback. This is clearly visible on the photo which are part of the item describtion. Kind regards, werner
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