Bronze and ivory, varigated marble base. Unsigned. 12 inches including base. Brought back from France by Ferdinand Schmidt, Bridesmaid's China Gift Store owner.
Presented by friends in memory of Mrs. W. W. Littell (Club President 1919-1920.) Nov 22, 1929. Given in 1929 by niece, Frances Caldwell, in memory of Mrs. Littell.
Etling glass pieces are very similar in design to those made by Lalique and Phoenix. They were made in France for Etling, a retail shop. Lucille Sevin and Genevieve Granger were celebrated designers of Etling glass vases and figurines. They date from the 1920s and 1930s. Harwood appraisal $2000, Cash appraisal $1500.
JEANNE D'ARC - Lobby
Bronze, Barbedienne Foundeur, Paris
Signed left side of base
Purchased in 1893 from World's Fair Exposition in Chicago, as a beginning of the Club's Art
Pedestal Square 35 1/3 x 24 inches Oak (?) (Per Board minutes, the pedestal was made specially for the sculpture at a cost of $25.)
SEPTEMBER - Library
Bronze with gold-brown patina
(Statuette, copy) Presented by Mrs. B. S. Schermerhorn
Insured and appraised $2500
Bronze torso, F. Barbedienne, Fondeur, on back of base. Artist unknown
Presented by Mrs. Mose Cohen and Mrs. Sidney Mandelbaum