Pair sculptures bas-reliefs ebonite woman angels musicians NapIII nineteenth

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Pair of ebonite * bas-relief sculptures, representing for one a nude woman holding a harp, Allegory of Music; for the other cherubs musicians with various instruments, in gilded wood frames, Napoleon III nineteenth century.

These sculptures are in good condition and are of high quality.

A note: some wear and small cracks in the frames, see photos.

* Ebonite:

Charles Goodyear obtained ebonite in 1839 by subjecting natural rubber to a prolonged (and extreme) process of vulcanization. Its color close to that of ebony is at the origin of its name. Her brother Nelson Goodyear patented and marketed it in 1851.

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  • Cadre 18,8 cm x 18,8 cm et 19,4 cm x 19,4 cm
  • Diamètre sculptures 14 cm et 14,5 cm