Antique Silver Over Bronze Sculpture of a Pheasant by Hingre
Original silver over bronze sculpture by Louis-Theophile Hingre (died in 1911), debuted at the Salon in Paris in 1881, 19th Century French, of a finely detailed pheasant standing upon a raised platform of shrubbery all flowing into an elongated base that was intended for calling cards, or possibly to be used as an ashtray, resting upon sculpted feet with a draped lizard on one side and a shelled snail on the other. Dimensions: Height 8.5", width 7", depth 6 1/4".
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