Pair Of Large Bronze Ewers With Three Patinas In The Style Of Ferdinand Pautrot flag


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"Pair Of Large Bronze Ewers With Three Patinas In The Style Of Ferdinand Pautrot"
Pair of large bronze ewers with three patinas in the style of Ferdinand Pautrot (1832-1874)
Golden, silver and copper patinas
The large ewer decorated with flowers, the handle in the shape of branches, a bird sitting to one side, on branch-shaped feet.

Please compare with an "en-suite" jardiniere and vide-poche also on sale here on the ProAntic site, see last photo (objects reference 741161 and 862545):
https://www.proantic.com/display.php?id=741161
https://www.proantic.com/display.php?id=862545

Ferdinand Pautrot (1832-1874) was a French sculptor with a distinguished career as an animalier, specialising in bird themes. He produced many refined hunting designs focusing his interests on game birds, such as pheasant, grouse and partridge, and hunting dogs. Ferdinand Pautrot's style is particularly recognisable in the precision he brought to the details of his animals. He exhibited with great success at the Salons from 1861 to 1870.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any further information or to organise shipping worldwide.
Price: 2200 €
Artist: Ferdinand Pautrot
Period: 19th century
Style: Napoleon 3rd
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Bronze
Width: 30cm
Height: 53cm
Depth: 21cm

Reference: 862584
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