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Art Deco skiing bronzes, c. 1920s

Reference: 4356, 4393, 4342, 4355 & 4354

(Far left) J. Milland: ‘Au Sommet’, a fine Art Deco bronze of a skier climbing to begin his run, his skis resting on his left shoulder, mounted on stepped ‘nero’ marble base, signed in the bronze, French circa 1925.

Height: 19.5 inches (49 cms).

REFERENCE: 4356
Price Code: SOLD

(Back, centre) A rare green and black Art Deco marble mantel clock with stylized skier, French c. 1920s.

Width: 17.5 inches (45 cms)

REFERENCE: 4393
Price Code: ££

(Far right) Edward Bruce Douglas (American, 1887 – 1946): a stylish bronze Art Deco sculpture of a ski-jumper, mounted on a terracotta base, with indistinct foundry marble. Signed, French, c. 1920s.

Length overall: 15 inches (38 cms).

REFERENCE: 4342
Price Code: SOLD

(Front, right) Leon Brunswick: ‘La Descente’, Art Deco bronze of a downhill skier, signed by the sculpture and marked ‘CHAMONIX’ to base of left ski, French circa 1920s.

Height: 8.5 inches (21 cms).

REFERENCE: 4355
Price Code: SOLD

(Front, left) ‘Vers le Matterhorn’, a small Art Deco bronze of a cross-country skier on marble base, Swiss circa 1920s.

Length: 7 inches (17 cms).

REFERENCE: 4354
Price Code: SOLD







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