Gilded ladies dancing in air and hoping to get a rest soon. Home decor in the French Empire style. Claude Galle, maker (1757-1815). A bronze caster, he also did gilding. Some his, others after him.

Pair of large ewers. No exact date. Empire in style.
Pair of large ewers. No exact date. Empire in style. Gilt and patinated bronze. Stylized palmette and acanthus leaves mounted around the collar and base, a frieze of dolphins and snakes centered around the body. Scrolled handles with a winged classical maiden clasping the rim. Square Vert de Grèce marble base. Attributed to Galle. Image © Kollenburg Aantiquairs. Fair use license. via https://www.kollenburgantiquairs.com/Works-of-Art/A-pair-of-large-Empire-Ewers-attributed-to-Claude-Galle
Pair of vases. Second half of the 19th century.
Pair of vases. 1850-1900. Gilt and marble. after Claude Galle. Image © 2008-2019 Bukowski Auktioner AB. Fair use license. via https://www.bukowskis.com/en/auctions/617/146-a-pair-of-french-empire-style-vases-design-after-claude-galle-second-half-of-the-19th-century
Pair of “Psyche and Cupid” seven-light wall sconces. ca. 1810.
Pair of “Psyche and Cupid” seven-light wall sconces. ca. 1810. Matte and burnished gilt bronze. Attributed to Galle. Image©La Pendulerie Exceptional Clocks and Fire Arts, Paris. Fair use license. via https://www.lapendulerie.com/artworkdetails/789419/0/galle-important-pair-of-wall-sconces
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