1. Edouard Colonna (1862-1948)


Settee (H. 100 cm; w. 112 cm; d. 51 cm) with two chairs (H. 93 cm; w. 47 cm; d. 47 cm)
Rome, Sorgente Group Collection



Mahogany settee with two chairs upholstered in original material, modelled after the sitting rooms designed by Edouard Colonna, along with Eugène Gaillard and Georges de Feure, for Siegfried Bing’s pavilion at the Paris Exposition of 1900. Colonna’s furniture was admired for its slender and elegant lines, so different from the bulkier works produced by his contemporaries, such as Guimard. The designs were borrowed from the furniture of the Ancien Regime, then reinterpreted in the typical Art Nouveau style. Colonna began his career designing small decorative items and jewelry in 1898 for Siegfried Bing’s gallery L’Art Nouveau in Paris, a meeting point for various artists, from Edvard Munch and Auguste Rodin to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Georges-Pierre Seurat. Indeed, the art movement took its name from this very gallery.

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Half-egg covered in translucent pink enamel on a guilloché background (H. 9,8; diam. 5,5 cm)

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Sculpture of a monkey carved from a piece of jade with diamond appliqués for eyes and teeth (H. 7 cm; W. 6 cm)

    • Paul Philippe (1876-1945)
      Masquerade (Gilt bronze, silver and marble - h. 29.5 cm; w. 14.5 cm)

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Bell, snuff box, buckle (Bell: h. 3 cm; diam. 4.2 cm Snuff box: h. 4,3 cm; diam. 2.8 cm Buckle: h. 4.2 cm; w. 5 cm)

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Round box in gold and blue enamel (H. 2.5 cm; diam. 7 cm)

    • Ernest Wante (1872-1960)
      Dancer (Gilt bronze - h. 42.5 cm; w. 24 cm; d. 8.5 cm)

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Jade and gold table clock (Diam. 12 cm)

    • Louis Chalon (1866-1940)
      Perveersité. (Gilt bronze; - h. 35.5 cm; w. 15.2 cm; d. 10.5 cm)

    • Tiffany Studios
      Bronze moulded with a pine-needle pattern (H. 37 cm; w. 31 cm)

    • Tiffany Studios
      Table frame in gilt bronze

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Pair of silver and semi-precious stone paper knives

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Cigarette cases in translucent white enamel with a guilloche background

    • Russian Goldsmithing
      Three examples of precious cigarette cases (H. 2 cm; w. 10 cm; d. 6.5 cm)

    • Tiffany Studios
      Pair of gilt bronze bookends decorated with Zodiac signs (H. 14.5 cm; w. 12.5 cm; d. 13.5 cm)

    • Tiffany Studios
      Spanish gilt-bronze letter set (H. 16.8 cm; w. 26 cm; d. 8.5 cm)

    • Paul Follot (1877-1941)
      Luxury tea and coffee set in wrought silver, consisting of five pieces (Tray: h. 42 cm; w. 60cm)

    • Archibald Knox (1864-1933)
      Glass and silver decanter, for Liberty & Co. (H. 27.3 cm; diam. 9.8 cm)

    • Carafe in green-coloured glass
      Silver; h. 41.5 cm; diam. 10.5 cm

    • Table clock representing a nocturnal landscape
      H. 27 cm; w. 35,5 cm; d. 12,7 cm

    • Lancaster ceramic vase with lid
      H. 22.2 cm; d. 9.5 cm

    • Polished pewter table mirror
      H. 37 cm; w. 27 cm

    • Charles Korschann (1872-1943)
      Pair of bronze vases (H. 11 cm; w. 8 cm; d. 6 cm - H. 17 cm; w. 8.5 cm; d. 6.8 cm)

    • Maurice Bouval (1863-1916)
      Obsession and Dream: pair of candlesticks H. 45 cm; base diam. 16 cm

    • Pair of Candelsticks


      H. 37.5; base diam. 13.5 cm
    • Decorative set
      Clock: h.39.3 cm; w. 21.5 cm; d. 7.5 cm;  Candlesticks: 23.7 cm; base side 11.5 cm

    • Georges de Feure (1868-1943)
      Pair of candlesticks (h. 28.5 cm; base diam. 13 cm)

    • Brass table lamp with opalescent glass

      H. 50.8 cm; w. 26 cm; d. 18.5 cm


    • Tiffany Studios
      Lampada da tavolo (H. 65,4 cm; diam. 51,5 cm)

    • Gilt metal and glass table lamp
      h. 75 cm; base diam. 27,5 cm

    • Peter Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
      Toilette set composed of nine items in silver and crystal, with translucent coloured enamels on a guilloché background

    • Maurice Bouval (1863-1916)
      Pandora (Gilt bronze with patina - h. 67,5 cm; base diam. 20 cm)

    • Edouard Drouot (1859-1945)
      The Stream (white marble - h. 72 cm; w. 31 cm; d. 19 cm)

    • Louis Chalon (1866-1940)
      Femme-fleur (H. 61.5 cm; w. 20 cm; d. 18.5 cm)

    • Louis Majorelle (1859-1926)

      Table lamp (h. 68,5 cm; diam. base 20,3 cm)

    • René Lalique (1860-1945)

      Table clock (h. 16,5 cm; d. 7,5 cm)


    • Small mantel clock
      h. 15 cm; w. 21,5 cm; d. 6 cm

    • Table clock
      H. 39 cm; w. 18 cm; d. 12,5 cm

    • Emile Gallé (1846-1904)
      Wooden vitrine (h. 159 cm; w. 49 cm; d. 29,5 cm)

    • Galileo Chini (1873-1956)
      Frieze with Olive Tree

    • Louis Majorelle (1859-1926)
      Les Algues writing desk with chair

    • Emile Gallé (1846-1904)
      Two-layer tea table

    • Jacques Gruber (1870-1936)
      Dining table and chairs (h.73 cm; w. 123,5 cm; d. 137,5 cm)

    • Giovanni Alicò (1906-1971)
      In the Boudoir (pastel on cardboard; 40 x 78 cm)

    • Emile Gallé (1846-1904)
      Four-shelf Bookcase

    • Alfredo Morelli
      Dancer (White marble; h. 51 cm; w. 42,5 cm)

    • Vittorio Zecchin (1878-1947)
      Mystical Assembly (Oil on canvas; 108 x 110 cm) 

    • Giovanni Boldini (1842-1939)
      Portrait of a Woman at the Piano

    • Giovanni Boldini (1842-1939)
      Portrait of a Sleeping Man (Giacomo Puccini?), Pencil on cloth (23,5 x 18 cm)

    • Emile Gallé (1846-1904)


      Two-layer tea table (H. 83.8 cm; w. 92 cm; d. 66 cm)
    • Leonardo Bistolfi (1859-1933)
      Poster for the First International Exposition of Modern Decorative Arts in Turin (100x 146 cm)

    • Louis Majorelle (1859-1926)
      Small inlaid table

    • Giulio Aristide Sartorio (1860-1932)
      Miracle of Science and Daring

    • Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939)
      Glass panels (H. 212,5 cm; w. 93 cm; d. 4cm)

    • Joan Busquets I Jané (1874-1949)
      Ash wood hat rack (H. 248 cm; w. 100 cm; 25 cm)

    • Three-part screen
      Three-part screen H. 205 cm; w. 157.9 cm; d. 2.5 cm

    • Emile Gallé
      Inlaid table

    • Edouard Colonna (1862-1948)
      Settee (H. 100 cm; w. 112 cm; d. 51 cm) with two chairs (H. 93 cm; w. 47 cm; d. 47 cm)