Art Deco bronze sculpture terrier dog bookends

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Art Deco bronze bookends in the shape of terrier dog busts by the French artist Maximilien Louis Fiot, 1886-1953. The sculptures have a beautiful patina and are signed by the artist as well as by the founder, Susse Freres. The dog sculptures are cast in the so called lost wax technique, Cire perdue.
Artist / Maker Maximilien Louis Fiot
Signature/ Marks M. Fiot, 
Susse Frères and foundry seal. 
Cire Perdue. 

Style Art Deco
Date 1920
Material Bronze.
Origin France
Size (cm) H. 19 cm x L. 12 cm. x W. 9 cm. 

Size (inches) H. 7.5 inch x L. 4.7 inch x W. 3.5 inch. 

Condition Very good.

These bronzes are illustrated in: Dictionnaire illustré des sculpteurs animaliers & fondeurs de l’antiquité à nos jours by Jean Charles Hachet. Argus Valentines. General information: Les bronzes de XIXe siècle by Pierre Kjellberg, Les éditions des amateurs. Animals in bronze by Christopher Payne. Antique collectors club. “Dictionnaire des peintres,sculpteurs,dessinateurs et graveurs by E. Benezit. Gründ. Bronzes, sculptors and founders by H. Berman, Abage.

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Art Deco bronze terrier dog bookends.