two late c19th bronzes of hermes and fortuna

Two late C19th bronzes of Hermes and fortuna



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Two Late 19th Century Classical Bronze Figurines. The first depicting the Greek God Hermes emerging on air from the mouth of Zephr, clasping the caduceus in his left hand, with wings to his petasus and feet, approx 48 cms h raised on a stepped marble base together with Fortuna his divine companion modelled in similar fashion, Fortuna is signed Sobre for Hyacinthe Phileas Sobre (1826-1902).Note: Loss evident to the flute on Fortuna.
Height 48 cms
Width 12 cms
Depth 12 cms
Good colour and appearance loss to fortunas trumpet
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Height = 48 cm (19")
Width = 13 cm (5")
Depth = 13 cm (5")

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