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家具、瓷器&银器

拍賣 21. März 2024, 01.30 PM
Koller 苏黎世 A208



An important private collection of antique cutlery

拍賣 21. März 2024, 10.00 AM
Koller 苏黎世 S20



online only 表类&家具

拍賣 26. März 2024, 11.00 AM
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Koller’s history has been closely linked to the decorative arts since its founding in 1958. Furniture, silver, porcelain and sculpture are among our oldest core competencies, and many highly significant objects have been sold at Koller Auctions over the decades. The density and quality of the antique furnishings, decorative arts and collectors’ items on offer twice annually at Koller is practically unique in Europe.

Alongside furniture by ébénistes such as Charles Cressent, Abraham Roentgen, André-Charles Boulle, Bernard van Riesenburgh, and Johann Friedrich Spindler, Koller has also built a very strong reputation as one of the leading European auction houses for antique clocks, with works by famous clockmakers such as Berthoud, Deverberie, Breguet, Le Roy, Lepine and Jaquet-Droz.

Porcelain and faience have been an important part of Koller’s auctions since its founding, reflecting the long tradition of serious ceramic collecting in Switzerland. Many important collections of porcelain and faience have been offered by Koller. Works from Meissen, Sèvres, Strasbourg, Nymphenburg, Du Paquier, Zurich, as well as Italian Maiolica and creations from Imperial Russia are avidly sought after by a discerning buying public, sometimes attaining record prices.

Our silver auctions regularly include high quality collectibles from the 16th to the 20th centuries. The works offered come not only from Swiss makers but from also the world’s most historically important centres of silver production, including London, Augsburg, Paris, Moscow, St Petersburg, Turin and Nuremberg.

The Decorative Arts department regularly organises auctions of entire collections, with thoroughly researched dedicated catalogues that not only ensure a successful sale of the collection, but serve as a testimonial to the collector and a useful document for future collectors and researchers. Some examples are the porcelain collection of Dr Siegfried Ducret, the Nessi Collection of scientific instruments, and the Dr Sylvia Legrain Collection of antique Roman and Egyptian sculpture and artefacts.

Our Decorative Arts auctions take place in March and September. We accept consignments until mid-January for the March auctions and until late July for the September auctions.

Our specialists will be pleased to value your objects in view of a possible sale at auction.

Next Auctions


Auction: 19 September 2024, consignments accepted until mid-July 2024.



Valuations / Consignments


If you wish to consign to one of our auctions, we will value your artworks free of charge. Please send us photos if possible, or call us. We will arrange an appointment to view your property at your home or in one of our offices in Zurich, Geneva, Florence, Munich or Düsseldorf. You will then receive our auction estimates so that you can make your decision.

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Contact


Stephan Koller

Head of department
Furniture & Decoration skoller@kollerauctions.com
+41 44 445 63 41

Flavio de Corso

Furniture & Decoration decorso@kollerauctions.com
+41 44 445 63 46


Representatives


Koller Geneva
geneva@kollerauctions.com
+41 22 311 03 85
Koller Munich Fiona Seidler
muenchen@kollerauctions.com
+49 89 22 802 766
Koller Düsseldorf Ulrike Gruben
duesseldorf@kollerauctions.com
+49 211 30 14 36 38
Koller Italy Lapo Bacarelli
italia@kollerauctions.com
+39 366 994 1836
Koller China Jing Li
beijing@kollerauctions.com
+86 135 2039 8057

高价成交结果


Ausgewählte Resultate 家具及装饰艺术


MUMMY PORTRAIT OF A LADY

Hawara, Egypt, Trajan Period, beginning of the 2nd century A.D.
Wooden panel, polychrome painted using the encaustic technique and mounted on a later wooden panel. Portrait of a distinguished young lady facing right. Clearly outlined facial features. The hair is coiled in the front and coiffed into a chignon at the top, which is held in place by a hairpin. Her clothing features reddish and brown tones. She is wearing pearl-, gold- and emerald jewelry. In a later frame.
Inner dimensions 38 × 23.5 cm.
MUMMY PORTRAIT OF A LADY
MUMMY PORTRAIT OF A LADY

CHF 450 000

STANDING CROSS WITH FINE MICRO-CARVING

Probably Greek, probably 17th/18th century.
Wood, carved with numerous scenes from the Life of Christ. Tower-shaped base. The cross crowned by a pelican.
H 46 cm.
STANDING CROSS WITH FINE MICRO-CARVING
STANDING CROSS WITH FINE MICRO-CARVING

CHF 75 000

A FAIENCE TULIP VASE WITH DOLPHIN HANDLES

Delft, “De Dubbelde Schenkkan”, Jan Pietersz, c. 1670-1700.
Heart-shaped with side dolphins and seven cylindrical spouts with projecting rim. On a rectangular, flared base with knop. Painted in blue with a putto each between scattered leaves, flowers and leaf tendrils. Blue mark VL12p. in blue.
25 × 30 cm.
A FAIENCE TULIP VASE WITH DOLPHIN HANDLES
A FAIENCE TULIP VASE WITH DOLPHIN HANDLES

CHF 13 750

PAIR OF HALF-HEIGHT CABINETS

Régence style, France, in part using older elements.
Rosewood in veneer. Trapezoidal, curved body on a cut-out frame and hoofed feet. Front with distinctive curved double doors. Opulent, gilt bronze decoration in the form of leaf friezes, shells and ornamental rods. The front decorated with female masks, the sides with rosettes and laurel wreaths decorated with mesh. The corners decorated with broad, scroll-like profiled bars with rosettes, acanthus leaf scrolls, hoofed feet and satyr faces. Red/grey marble top with shaped edge. 1 commode back with old French shipping label. 2 keys.
143.5 × 59.5 × 95.5 cm or 145 × 58.5 × 95 cm.
PAIR OF HALF-HEIGHT CABINETS
PAIR OF HALF-HEIGHT CABINETS

CHF 30 000

FINE AND RARE GAMES BOX FOR CHESS AND TRICTRAC WITH INLAYS IN RELIEF

Free imperial city of Eger (today's Czech Republic), mid-17th century. Probably by the workshop of Samuel Eck (1604-1664).
Pine wood, walnut, burlwood and other in part tinted domestic hardwoods, carved, punched and in part inlaid in relief. Square, hinged case, the side walls carved with flame moldings. The lid with a reserve surrounded by flame moldings, and inlaid with a multi-figure depiction in front of a mountainous landscape with a fortified city, Abigail asking King David for forgiveness (1. Book of Samuel 25:1-43). The edge of the lid is decorated with flowers in relief. The back with a corresponding frame, the center with a chessboard, inlaid with flowers and fruit motifs. Inside, the lids inlaid with a trictrac playing field in the form of obelisks with standards and dolphins on spheres. Gilt metal clasp and hinges, finely engraved with laurel wreaths and meandering friezes.
52.5 × 52.5 cm.
FINE AND RARE GAMES BOX FOR CHESS AND TRICTRAC WITH INLAYS IN RELIEF
FINE AND RARE GAMES BOX FOR CHESS AND TRICTRAC WITH INLAYS IN RELIEF

CHF 37 500

SET OF CHESSMEN BY MAX ERNST (1891-1976)

Design in 1966, made by goldsmith François Hugo 1973. signed, stamped and numbered 4/6.
Gold 23 carat or silver 990 hammered and chased. Total 920 gr. gold; 740 gr. silver. Proof mark Marseille. In two separate walnut boxes with inlaid and engraved inscription and maker's marks.
H king 12 cm, pawn 6.5 cm.
SET OF CHESSMEN BY MAX ERNST (1891-1976)
SET OF CHESSMEN BY MAX ERNST (1891-1976)

CHF 118 750

MANTEL CLOCK "À LA BACCHANTE ALLONGÉE"

Empire, Paris, ca. 1815. The dial signed Mesnil à Paris. The bronze probably after a model by Pierre-Philippe Thomire.
Dark patinated bronze, in part gilt. Bacchante reclining on a récamiere. Lush, bacchanalian decoration in the form of panthers, billy goats, panpipes, a tambourine, pitchers, grapes, vines, etc.. On a stepped "Vert de Mer" marble base. White enamel dial. Parisian movement with half hour strike on bell. Movement needs to be checked. 1 key.
51 × 18.5 × 52 cm.
MANTEL CLOCK "À LA BACCHANTE ALLONGÉE"
MANTEL CLOCK "À LA BACCHANTE ALLONGÉE"

CHF 40 000

ASTRONOMICAL TABLE CLOCK WITH SECONDS

Restauration, Paris circa 1820. The dial signed Hri Motel Hr de la Marine (Jean-François Henri Motel, from 1823 Horloger de la Marine).
Mahogany and blackened wood. Rectangular case, glazed on all sides, on a slightly wider base and brass feet. White enamel dial and gilt bezel. Fine blued hands. Brass armillary sphere, in part silver-plated and finely engraved with pole heights, longitudes of the celestial bodies, months and signs of the zodiac. The globe moves around the sun and is itself circled by the moon. Inscribed on a plaque: Sphère adoptée par le conseil Royal de l'instruction publique de France pour l'enseignement. Movement with scissor escapement and half-hour strike on bell. Compensating pendulum.
25.5 × 18 × 74.5 cm.
ASTRONOMICAL TABLE CLOCK WITH SECONDS
ASTRONOMICAL TABLE CLOCK WITH SECONDS

CHF 37 500

FIGURE OF A STANDING WOMAN, PROBABLY A QUEEN

Egyptian, Late Ptolemaic period, 2nd-1st century B.C.
Sandstone. Slender, female figure, on a rectangular plinth, in a striding pose, the arms resting at her sides, wearing a long, tight-fitting dress with a wide collar and a wig, the wig combining the elements of the three-part wig and of the Nemes headscarf, the snake falling to the top of the rectangular back pillar, the face with finely shaped lips, straight nose and long, widely spaced eyes. The surface of the statue with remains of plaster and traces of pigment.
H 59 cm.
FIGURE OF A STANDING WOMAN, PROBABLY A QUEEN
FIGURE OF A STANDING WOMAN, PROBABLY A QUEEN

CHF 143 750

FRAGMENT OF A FEMALE ROBED STATUE

Probably Cypriot, 2nd -1st century B.C. Based on a Greek model.
White marble with traces of paintwork and sintering. Standing woman wearing a filigree, straight and low-cut chiton and a himation over it. The drapery of the garment is rendered in detail and gathered on the left side.
H without plinth 37 cm.
FRAGMENT OF A FEMALE ROBED STATUE
FRAGMENT OF A FEMALE ROBED STATUE

CHF 225 000