Pair of bronze groups statues with brown patina figuring, for the first one, a bacchanal scene representing a Bacchae and a Satyr and for the second one, an embrace between Flora and Apollo. Both above a white Carrare marble truncated column with ormolu-mounted base. Sculptures attributed to Jacques-Philippe Dumont. Paris, end of the eighteenth century, Louis XVI period circa 1790. Bronze height: 28 and 27 cm. Pedestals height: 19 cm.
Really good condition