Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies

Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies
Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies

Pair of 19th Century French Bronze Babies

1,100.00

A pair of small 19th Century French patinated bronze babies, one laughing and one crying, "Jean qui rit, Jean qui pleure", an idiom used to describe someone who is laughing one minute and crying the next with origins in the 18th century poem by Voltaire. Unsigned. Circa 1880-1900. 7”H x 4"W x 4"D. The weight of the pair is 7.5 lbs

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