The early Summer auction of fine British and Continental sculpture and garden ornament will be our first sale specifically dedicated to these disciplines.
Lots range from the Classical period through to the 20th century and cover the spectrum from the highly academic to the strikingly decorative and whimsical.
Highlights from the forthcoming June auction are illustrated here.
To arrange an appointment for a valuation or to discuss future sculpture and garden ornament auctions at Dreweatts, please call Cristian Beadman on +44 (0)1635 553 553 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Showing right, and from the left:
Minerva Reclining, Italian or French, 18th century, terracotta
Attributed to Desiderio da Firenze (fl. 1532-1545), northern Italian, probably Paduan, a bronze inkwell cast as a kneeling satyr
Attributed to Gasparo Cairano, Brescia, early 16th century, Temperance, a Renaissance fragmentary marble torso
Attributed to Giacomo Piazetta, Venetian (1640-1705), Ezekiel, carved wood
Sir George Frampton RA (1860-1928), Peter Pan, bronze and marble mounted
Showing left, and from the left:
A sculpted white marble bust of Apollo as a youth, late 18th/early 19th century
A stone composition model of a reclining hound, early 20th century
A northern Italian sculpted terracotta bust of a maiden, circa 1900