Magic Lantern Candlelabra

Meissen

Porcelain

Germany

18th. c.

13 1/4" high

 

A pair of candlestick holders with a showman and his wife. There is a magic lantern by the left foot of the man.

 

 

0049


Gilt bronze

France

c.1800

13 1/2" x 13" x 5"

 

A French mantle clock with a young man about to put a slide into a magic lantern and a dog holding a little bowl for collection some coins.

 

4473




Porcelain

Continental

c. 1840

Figure on the left:7 3/4" high, figure on the Right:10" high

 

1502/1503


Lavergne

Bronze

France

c. 1830

11" high

 

 

0050





Hand-colored terracotta

Germany

c. 1830

5 1/2" high

 

A half-relief figurine drawn after famous French lithograph by Carlo Vernet from the 1820s.

 

3080



Meissen

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

c.1820

11" high

 

0051




Der Jahrerzeiten

Hoechst

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

mid 19th. c.

11" high

 

This piece representing the four seasons after a model by John Peter Melchior. The man with the magic lantern represents winter.

 

 

0052


Hoechst

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

20th. c

6 1/4" high

 

A 20th. century copy of figure made originallya by Hoechst c. 1780 based on a model made by Melchior.

 

0053


La Filette Au Moulin

Le Courtille

Hand-painted porcelain

France

c 1880

8 1/2"high.(0054), 5 3/4" high(0055)

 

These two figurines of women with a magic lantern were made after a model by Chardin.

 

 

0054/0055


Meissen

Porcelain

Germany

c. 1755

6" high

 

A figurine from the series Cries de Paris modeled by Peter Reinicke after a drawing by Christopher Huet.

 

0056


Meissen

Porcelain

Germany

19th. c.

6" high

 

A later copy of this Cries de Paris figurine.

 

4230


Porcelain

Great Britain

18th. c.

Left:5 1/2" high, right:6" high

 

0057/0058


Hand-painted porcelain

Continental

19th century

8" high

 

A pair of figures. Man has magic lantern on his back

 

0059


Hand-painted porcelain

Continental

19th century

9 1/2" high

 

A pair of figures. Man has magic lantern on his back

 

4650


Hand-painted porcelain

France

c.1850

7 1/2" high

 

A pair of figures. Man has magic lantern on his back.

 

0060



Samson

Hand-painted porcelain

France

19 th. c

9 " high

 

1253


Samson

Hand-painted porcelain

France

c.1850

6" high

 

1504



Meissen

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

18th. c

4 1/4" high

 

0061/0062


Meissen

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

19th. c.

5" high

 

0063/0064




Dresden

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

c. 1840

6" high

 

4121



KPM

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

19th. c.

5" high

 

2790


Bronze/base metal

France

19th. c

8" high

 

Two version of a figurine modeled after an image from Gavarni's Le Diable a Paris. They are made of different metals and the bronze model is cleverly designed as a lighter (with a removable head).

 

0065/4331




KPM

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

c. 1850

6 3/4" high

 

0066



Samson

Hand-painted porcelain

France

c.1850

6 1/2" high

 

0067



Samson

Hand-painted porcelain

France

c.1850

6 1/2" high

 

Two very similiar porcelain figures.

 

0068/1542



Dresden

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

c.1850

7 1/2" high

 

Two Dresden figures.

 

0069/0070

 


Porcelain

Nancy, France

c.1800

7 1/2" high

 

0071


Delf

Hand-painted porcelain

Holland

18th. c

7" high

 

0072


Aelteste Volstedter Porzellem

Hand-painted porcelain

Germany

c. 1870

7" high

 

 

0073


Spelter and tourmaline crystal

France

c. 1880

5" high

 

A figurine depicting the titular character of the story Le Singe qui Montre La Lanterne Magique.

 

3705


J.P. Thomas

Bronze resin

Great Britain

1986

10" high

 

One of twenty figures made by Mr. Thomas of a Monkey with a Magic Lantern and hurdy-gurdy after a print by Huet.

 

0074

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