Biscuit Box – Archibald Knox – Tudric, Shape 0194
Archibald Knox designed ‘Tudric’ line biscuit box for Liberty & Co., shape no. 0194, circa 1905. The swollen square form, decorated with a cast low relief trellis of Art Nouveau flowers.
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$6,000 Émile Eisman-Semenowsky (c. 1853-1918) Untitled: Portrait of a Parisienne Woman Art Nouveau oil on panel (actual) 12 5/8” high x 9” wide (framed) 13” high x 9 ½” wide Notes: A fine Art Nouveau portrait painting of a stylish young Parisienne woman with poppies in her hair, by listed artist Émile Eisman-Semenowsky (c. 1853-1918). Scroll Down for further details
An Austrian art nouveau Loetz type glass and brass inkwell, 4 ⅞ inches square x 2 ¼ inches high, circa 1890-1910.
Art Nouveau, Metalware
A German pewter Jungenstil (Art Nouveau) jardeniere designed by Hugo Leven (1874-1956) and Herman Fauser (1862-1947) and made by the Rhenish firm Leuconide Metalware Factory and Trading Company J.P. Kayser & Sohn AG (1862-1925), Krefeld-Bochum, circa 1902-1904. The waisted, open, boat shaped bowl of sinuous freeform is embossed with trailing tendrils and fruit and has integral handles on either end that join the bottom to the lip edge. The bottom is embossed at one end with the company logo consisting of an oval around ‘KAYSERZINN / 4461’, also impressed upside down above the oval is the number “28”. Scroll Down for further details$275.00 $275.00