Manner of Moser (Bohemian, founded 1857), late 19th/ early 20th century. A group of two Art Nouveau dresser or vanity stands comprising one bronze stand with leaves and flower buds with square blue dish at center adorned with bees and leaves in colorful enamels and surmounted by an ovular looking glass; and a gilt bronze stand with leaves and pink enameled flowers, at bottom a glass lidded box with scalloped sides enameled alternating in pink and gilt with white flowers and scrolls surmounted by an arched mirror at top. Each unmarked. Blue stand approximate height 11.5", width 8", depth 6". Pink stand approximate height 10.25", width 6.25", depth 4.25". Provenance: From the Estate of Mary L. Haugk, Lawrenceville, Georgia.
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