• Danish bisque representing "Cupid and Psyche" gathered in heaven, after Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844). Edited by the Royale Manufacture of Copenhague in 1885, after the marble model realized in 1807. H. 46 cm, W. 20 cm, D. 12 cm

  • Bisque disk figuring the "The Day" after Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844). Edited by the Royale Manufacture of Copenhagen in 1862 (Mark : Three waves), after the marble model realized in 1815. Dimeter : 29 cm

  • Bisque disk figuring "The Night" after Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844). Edited by the Royale Manufacture of Copenhagen in 1862 (Mark : three waves), after the marble model realized in 1815. Diameter : 29 cm

  • Bisque figuring Mercury close to make asleep Argos, before killing him. After Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844), edited by the Royale Manufacture of Copenhagen in 1882, after the marble model realized in 1818. H. 51 cm, L. 18 cm, P. 18 cm

  • Bisque figuring Jason after Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844). Edited by the Royale Manufacture of Copenhagen in 1846 (mark : three waves), after the marble model realized in 1802. H. 34 cm, W. 12 cm, D. 12 cm

  • Black painted terracotta figuring "the wounded Gallic", Denmark, Manufacture of Hjorth. H. 16,5 cm, W. 28 cm, D. 14 cm

  • Two similar danish vases, white glazed porcelain, Royale Manufacture of Copenhagen, 19th century. One vase with dolphins handles, the other vase decorated with interlacing bisque ornaments. H. 57 cm, W. 17 cm H. 56 cm, W. 17 cm

  • Sculpture depicting "Venus kneeling", white Carrara marble, 19th century. After the "Venus of Lély", copy of a greek original, exhibited at the British Museum. H. 89 cm, W. 48 cm, D. 37 cm

  • Danish Neo-Greek vase, painted terracotta, Ipsen Manufacture, 19th century. Vase illustrated on one side with a mythological scene : Achille dipped by his heel in the Styx by his mother Thetis, under the protection of Pallas Athena. H. 25 cm, L. 14,5 cm

  • Bronze "Ariadne riding a panther", after Johann Heinrich Dannecker (1758 Waldenburg - 1841 Stuttgart), mid 19th century. H. 41 cm, W. 35 cm, D. 16 cm

  • Danish bisque representing Ganymede watering Zeus disguised as an eagle, after Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770 - 1844). Edited by the Royale Manufacture of Copenhagen in 1862, after the marble model realized in 1817. H. 20 cm, W. 26 cm, D. 11 cm

  • Pair of candelabras, gilt bronze, Siena marble, France, end of 19th century. H. 79 cm, W. 30 cm

  • Russian bisque bust of Alexander II (1796-1805). H. 44 cm, W. 29 cm, D. 16 cm

  • Pair of bisque kneeling angels handing the baptismal fonts, after Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770 - 1844). Edited by the danish Manufacture of Bing & Grondahl in 1862, after the marble model realized in 1827. H. 23 cm, W. 17 cm, P. 10 cm

Paintings, drawings