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French Art Deco Bronze Cat & Dog Bookends, 1930s
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French Art Deco Bookends, France, 1930's. Bronze and marble. The dog tries to catch the cat who has taken refuge on a pile of books. Measures: Each bookend - Height: 5.9"(15cm), Widt...
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Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Bookends

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Marble, Bronze

  • French Art Deco Bronze Cat & Dog Bookends, 1930s
  • French Art Deco Bronze Cat & Dog Bookends, 1930s
  • French Art Deco Bronze Cat & Dog Bookends, 1930s
  • French Art Deco Bronze Cat & Dog Bookends, 1930s
H 5.91 in. W 3.94 in. D 2.84 in.
Art Deco Bronze Cat Bookends by Louis Riche, Rance, 1920
By Louis Riché
Located in Antwerp, BE
Very beautiful pair of Art Deco bronze bookends with stretching cats on a black marble base. The pair is signed by Louis Riche (1877-1949), a famous French animalier who specialized ...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Marble, Bronze

André Vincent Becquerel Cat Sculpture Bronze Art Deco
By André Vincent Becquerel
Located in Oakland, CA
Art Deco bronze of a cat in a caricature rendering stretching with a round mouth and big eyes. Well-known French sculptor Andre Vincent Becquerel French circa 1930. Also known for ca...
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Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Marble, Bronze

Art Deco Patinated Bronze Model of a Sitting Cat, circa 1930
By Jacques (Nam) Lehmann
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
An Art Deco patinated bronze model of a sitting cat, French circle of Jacques (Nam) Lehmann, 1881-1974, circa 1930. With a painted russet-brown patina, the cat sitting on its haunche...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

German Art Deco Bronze Sculptural Paperweight, a Sleeping Cat, circa 1920s
Located in New York, NY
Signed with initials “MP.” and marked with three illegible stamps. Dimensions: Height 1-3/4” (4.37cm) width 3-3/4” (9.37cm) depth 3-7/8” (9.7cm) This charming sculptural pape...
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Vintage 1920s German Art Deco Paperweights

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Marble, Bronze

Art Deco Bronze Sculpture Pierrot and Cat Robert Bousquet, France, 1915
By Jean Bousquet
Located in Antwerp, BE
Art Deco bronze sculpture Pierrot and cat by the French sculptor Robert Bousquet (1888-1917). The bronze has a beautiful multi-color patina in silver, gold and dark brown tones. T...
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Vintage 1910s French Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

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Bronze

Bronze Cat Bookends
Located in London, GB
An unusual pair of Art Deco, patinated bronze bookends in the form of stylized, stretching cats.
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Vintage 1930s Unknown Art Deco Bookends

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Bronze

  • Bronze Cat Bookends
  • Bronze Cat Bookends
  • Bronze Cat Bookends
  • Bronze Cat Bookends
H 7.88 in. W 2.76 in. D 5.91 in.
Bronze Animal Sculpture Figure Panther Big Cat after Bugatti Art Deco Style
Located in Dublin, Ireland
Impressive Bugatti inspired solid dark brown patinated bronze depicts a standing jaguar on a rectangular naturalistic base. Superb modeling if this exceptional Art Deco inspired p...
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Late 20th Century German Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Deco Bronze Cat Bookends by Louis Riche
By Louis Riché
Located in Antwerp, BE
Very beautiful pair of bronze bookends with two different cats lying on a wooden base. The pair is signed by Louis Riche, a famous French animalier who specialized in cat sculptures....
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

  • Art Deco Bronze Cat Bookends by Louis Riche
  • Art Deco Bronze Cat Bookends by Louis Riche
  • Art Deco Bronze Cat Bookends by Louis Riche
  • Art Deco Bronze Cat Bookends by Louis Riche
H 5.71 in. W 5.91 in. D 4.34 in.
Japanese Big Hand Cast Bronze Cat Charming Art Deco Lines and Fine Details
Located in Shelburne, VT
From our recent Japanese Kyoto acquisitions A fine Japanese tall cast bronze sensuous cat beautifully handcrafted in an attractive Art Deco style. Superb and heavy casting. Sublim...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Mid-Century Modern Sculptures and Carvings

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Bronze

Art Deco Bronze of a Sitting Cat, France 1920
Located in Antwerp, BE
Art Deco bronze sculpture of a sitting cat. Style: 
Art Deco. Date: 
1920. Material: 
Patinated bronze.
 Red marble base. Origin: 
France. Size: 
 H. 9 inch. x W. 3.5 inch....
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Early 20th Century French Animal Sculptures

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Marble, Bronze

  • Art Deco Bronze of a Sitting Cat, France 1920
  • Art Deco Bronze of a Sitting Cat, France 1920
  • Art Deco Bronze of a Sitting Cat, France 1920
  • Art Deco Bronze of a Sitting Cat, France 1920
H 9.06 in. W 4.73 in. D 3.55 in.
French Art Deco bronze sculpture of a cat by Charles Virion 1930
By Charles Louis Eugène Virion
Located in Antwerp, BE
Art Deco bronze sculpture of a cat. By Charles Louis Eugène Virion (1865-1946)
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Bronze Art Deco Bookends French Bulldog and Cat by H. Vandaele.
Located in Antwerp, BE
Fedex shipping: $ 155. A pair of silvered bronze art deco bookends, French bulldog and cat by H. Vandaele. Cubist influence.
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Early 20th Century French Bookends

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Bronze

Art Deco Bronze Bookends Cat and Mice on Books by Duchêne, France, 1920
By A. Duchêne 1
Located in Antwerp, BE
A lovely pair of bronze Art Deco bookends, cat and mice on books with beautiful original silver patina. Signed by the French artist A. Duchêne, circa 1920.
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Walter Von Nessen Cat Bookends Chase Brass Bronze Signed USA 1930s Art Deco
By Walter Von Nessen
Located in New York, NY
Walter Von Nessen (1889-1943) brass cat bookends for Chase, USA, 1930s, machine age art deco. Iconic cat bookends in solid brass for the Chase Brass and Copper Co. of Waterbury Ct., ...
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Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Bookends

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Brass

Pair of Art Deco Egyptian Revival Bronze Cats Signed A. Toit France, circa 1970
Located in Longdon, Tewkesbury
French pair of Art Deco Egyptian Revival bronze cats signed A. Toit, circa 1970 Magnificent Pair of tall and god like French 20th century Art Deco bronze Egyptian Revival cats wit...
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Vintage 1970s French Egyptian Revival Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Pair of Modernist Bronze Cat Bookends
Located in Essex, MA
A pair of sculptural bronze modernist cat book ends, each elegantly modeled with a cat sitting up, with its head turned. Abstracted and Minimalist, yet very expressive. Good weight.
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Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Bookends

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Bronze

  • Pair of Modernist Bronze Cat Bookends
  • Pair of Modernist Bronze Cat Bookends
  • Pair of Modernist Bronze Cat Bookends
  • Pair of Modernist Bronze Cat Bookends
H 6.25 in. W 2.5 in. L 6.25 in.
French Art Deco Woman walking two prowling cats!
Located in Oakland, CA
A fun piece in petite bronze metal with a rather unusual gunmetal patina. I am sure you've all seen the pictures of people walking groups of dogs, sometimes called dog walkers, can y...
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Vintage 1930s French Sculptures

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Marble, Metal, Bronze

Antique Bronze Grouping of a Pierrot Conducting Several Kitty Cats
By E. Wante
Located in Petaluma, CA
We always are looking for whimsy in our selection of bronzes. This is certainly that and more. If you are a cat lover this will certainly amuse and entertain you. Signed by the note...
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Vintage 1910s French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Iconic Jan and Joel Martel Sitting Cat
By Jan and Joel Martel
Located in Bochum, NRW
Art Deco black patinated bronze of a sitting Egyptian rose-beige cat. Inscribed "J.Martel" and monogram.  
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Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Iconic Jan and Joel Martel Sitting Cat
H 15.36 in. W 5.91 in. D 7.09 in.
Big Bronze Hand Cast Art Deco Good Luck Cat from Japan
Located in Shelburne, VT
A fine Japanese cast bronze sensuous Cat beautifully handcrafted in an attractive Art Deco style. Cats were originally domesticated because they hunted mice that would eat stored gra...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Art Deco Sculptures and Carvings

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Bronze

Bronze Red Cat Sculpture in Art Deco
Located in Dallas, TX
French Art Deco bronze cat sculpture. Lacquer red finish.
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

  • Bronze Red Cat Sculpture in Art Deco
  • Bronze Red Cat Sculpture in Art Deco
  • Bronze Red Cat Sculpture in Art Deco
  • Bronze Red Cat Sculpture in Art Deco
H 25 in. W 11 in. D 15 in.
Wiener Werkstätte Hagenauer Art Deco Vienna Bronze Cat Sculpture
By Werkstätte Hagenauer Wien
Located in Montreal, QC
Wonderful Hagenauer signed Art Deco Viennese Bronze Cat Sculpture; handmade; circa: 1920 – 1930; Wiener Werkstätte; signed: WHW (in oval cartouche) MADE IN AUSTRIA; measuring approx....
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Vintage 1930s Austrian Art Deco Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Deco Becquerel Cat Silvered Bronze Bookends, France, 1920
By Etling Paris, André Vincent Becquerel
Located in Buenos Aires, Olivos
Very nice Art Deco silvered bronze cat bookends. Made in France, signed Becquerel and Foundry Etling Paris. Mounted over dark green marble bases. The cats have a Egyptian style.
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Deco Silvered Bronze Cat and Mouse Bookends by A. Duchene, 1920
By A. Duchêne 1
Located in Antwerp, BE
A pair of bronze cat and mice bookends. Artist/ Maker: A. Duchêne. Signature/ Marks: A. Duchêne. Style: Art Deco. Date: 1910/ 1920. Material: Silvered bronze....
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20th Century French Art Deco Bookends

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Bronze

Art Deco Bronze Bookends Cat and Mice on Books by A. Duchêne, 1920 France
By A. Duchêne 1
Located in Antwerp, BE
Art Deco bronze bookends, cat and mice on books by A. Duchêne Signature/ Marks: A. Duchêne. Style: Art Deco Date: 1920 Material: Bronze with old silver patina. Origin: France S...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Bookends

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Bronze

Art Deco Bronze Figure of a Cat 'Chat De Siam Assis' by Edouard M. Sandoz
By Edouard-Marcel Sandoz, Susse Freres
Located in Buenos Aires, Olivos
Art Deco French silver plated bronze sculpture figure of a cat, ' Chat De Siam Assis ‘. This figure was produced as paperweight and also as car mascot. Inscribed Ed. M. Sandoz and t...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Deco Bronze Lamp with Pierrot Clown and Cat Georges Omerth, France, 1920
Located in Antwerp, BE
Cute bronze table lamp with a sculpture of a Pierrot clown and his cat. The lamp is signed by Georges Omerth and has a lovely gilt patina, France 1925. The lampshade is in fabric and...
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Mid-20th Century European Art Deco Table Lamps

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Marble, Bronze

Karl Hagenauer Modernist Cat, Silvered Bronze
By Karl Hagenauer
Located in Buffalo, NY
A felix the cat style animal by Karl Hagenauer, circa 1930. Retains Wiener Werkstatte, Hagenauer impressed mark.
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Vintage 1930s Austrian Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Silver, Bronze

A. Duchene Patinated Bronze Cat and Mice Bookends
By A. Duchêne 1
Located in Toledo, OH
Patinated bronze stalking cat and mice bookends. One mouse eating a nut.
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Vintage 1920s Unknown Art Deco Bookends

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Bronze

Pekingese Dog & Cat Cast Bronze Paperweight - Desk Ornament, 1930s, Scandinavia
Located in Esbjerg, DK
Very heavy desk ornament or paperweight composed of patinated bronze. Its depicting a Pekingese dog and a cat. It was manufactured in Scandinavia during the late 1920s or early 1930s.
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Vintage 1930s Scandinavian Art Deco Animal Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Deco Bronze Cat For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the art deco bronze cat you’re looking for at 1stDibs. An art deco bronze cat — often made from metal, bronze and marble — can elevate any home. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect art deco bronze cat — we have versions that date back to the 20th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. When you’re browsing for the right art deco bronze cat, those designed in Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern styles are of considerable interest. A well-made art deco bronze cat has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by A. Duchêne, André Vincent Becquerel and Jean Bousquet are consistently popular.

How Much is a Art Deco Bronze Cat?

An art deco bronze cat can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $2,405, while the lowest priced sells for $460 and the highest can go for as much as $14,800.

A Close Look at Art Deco Furniture

Art Deco furniture is characterized by its celebration of modern life. More than its emphasis on natural wood grains and focus on traditional craftsmanship, Art Deco furniture is an ode to the glamour of the “Roaring Twenties.”

The term Art Deco derives from the name of a large decorative arts exhibition held in Paris in 1925. Art Deco textile designers employed dazzling floral motifs and vivid colors, and while Art Deco furniture makers respected the dark woods and modern metals with which they worked, they frequently incorporated decorative embellishments in their pieces, such as exotic animal hides as well as veneers. Today, the style is still favored by designers looking to infuse interiors with an air of luxury and sophistication.

From mother-of-pearl inlaid vitrines to chrome aviator chairs, bold and inventive works in the Art Deco style include chaise longues (also known as chaise lounges) and curved armchairs.

At 1stDibs, browse Art Deco furniture by designer, including works by Georg Jensen and René Lalique, or by category, from angular chairs and sculptural burl wood tables to lighting and decorative objects.

Finding the Right Sculptures for You

Styling your home with vintage, new and antique sculptures means adding a touch that can meaningfully transform the space. By introducing a sculptural work as a decorative finish to any interior, you’re making a statement, whether you tend toward the dramatic or prefer to keep things casual with modest, understated art.

A single, one-of-a-kind three-dimensional figurative sculpture mounted on your dining room wall is a guaranteed conversation piece, while a trio of abstract works arranged on your living room bookshelves can add spontaneity to the collection of first-edition novels or artist monographs you’re displaying as well as draw attention to them. Figurative sculptures are representational works that portray a specific person, animal or object. And while decorating with busts, which are sculpted or cast figurative works, hasn’t exactly topped the list of design trends every year, busts are back. According to designer Timothy Corrigan, “They give humanity in a way that a more abstract sculpture can’t give.” Abstract sculptures, on the other hand, are not meant to show something specific. Instead, they invoke a mood or scene without directly stating what they are portraying.

Busts made of stone or metal may not seem like a good fit for your existing decor. Fortunately, there are many ways for a seemingly incongruous piece to fit in with the rest of your room’s theme. You can embrace a dramatic piece by making it the focal point of the room, or you can choose to incorporate several elements made out of the same material to create harmony in your space. If an antique or more dramatic piece doesn’t feel like you, why not opt for works comprising plastic, fiberglass or other more modern materials?

When incorporating sculpture into the design of your home — be it the playful work of auction hero and multimedia visionary KAWS, contemporary fiber art from Connecticut dealer browngrotta arts or still-life sculpture on a budget — consider proper lighting, which can bring out the distinctive aspects of your piece that deserve attention. And make sure you know how the size and form of the sculpture will affect your space in whole. If you choose a sculpture with dramatic design elements, such as sharp angles or bright colors, for example, try to better integrate this new addition by echoing those elements in the rest of your room’s design.

Get started on decorating with sculpture now — find figurative sculptures, animal sculptures and more on 1stDibs today.