July 14, 2021 10:00 EST

The Gilded Age

 
  Lot 57
 
Lot 57 - After Etienne-Alexandre Stella (French, active 1850-1892)

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After Etienne-Alexandre Stella (French, active 1850-1892)
A Patinated Bronze Relief Plaque, late 19th/early 20th century

Depicting men in seventeenth-century costume and sword fighting in the street, signed 'A. Stella' lower left, in velvet-covered frame

H: 17 1/4, W: 21 1/2 in. (plaque); H: 29, W: 33 1/2 in. (frame)

Provenance

Collection of Robert & Barbara Safford, Vaux Hill, Audubon, Pennsylvania.
Freeman’s, Philadelphia, September 25, 2013, lot 205.
Acquired directly from the above sale.
Private Collection, Long Island, New York.

Sold for $409
Estimated at $300 - $500


 

Depicting men in seventeenth-century costume and sword fighting in the street, signed 'A. Stella' lower left, in velvet-covered frame

Provenance

Collection of Robert & Barbara Safford, Vaux Hill, Audubon, Pennsylvania.
Freeman’s, Philadelphia, September 25, 2013, lot 205.
Acquired directly from the above sale.
Private Collection, Long Island, New York.

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