Filter

X
Department
Clocks(8)
Fine Furniture & Decorative Arts(39)
Miscellaneous(5)
X
Motif/Genre
Keine Angabe(1)
Nicht näher zuzuordnen(3)
Dosen / Schatullen / Tabatièren / Etuis(1)
Figuren (Objekte)(1)
Service / Serviceteile / Geschirr(1)
Petit Mobilier(6)
Commodes / Bureaux(10)
Leuchter / Lampen / Appliken(2)
Rahmen / Spiegel(2)
Armoires / Vitrines / Bibliothèques(1)
Sièges(10)
Horloges de table(7)
Tische / Schreibmöbel(5)
Vasen / Jardinièren / Zierobjekte(1)
Horloges murales(1)
X
Century
Keine Angabe(1)
Nicht näher zuzuordnen(1)
17th century(2)
18th century(16)
19th century(25)
20th century(7)
X
Period
Keine Angabe(1)
Inclassable(1)
Renaissance / Maniérisme(2)
Baroque(5)
Rococo (vers 1730-1780)(3)
Louis XV(2)
Transition(2)
Louis XVI(16)
Empire(6)
Restauration(1)
Biedermeier(5)
Charles X(1)
Louis-Philippe(1)
Réalisme / Naturalisme(1)
Napoléon III(2)
moderne(3)
X
Country/Region
Keine Angabe(1)
Nicht näher zuzuordnen(5)
Deutschland(5)
England / UK(1)
Frankreich(21)
Österreich(7)
Russland(2)
Schweiz(10)
X
Medium
Keine Zuteilung(1)
Unclassifiable(17)
bronze / metal(7)
various(1)
glass(2)
wood(23)
stone(1)

Suche


52 Treffer
TABLE CLOCK

TABLE CLOCK

Baroque, 18th century.

Chased brass. Curved frontispiece with dial. Small movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell (missing).

21 × 6 × 28 cm.


Sold for CHF 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

CLOCK ON PLINTH

CLOCK ON PLINTH

Neuchâtel, ca. 1800.

Curved case, painted green and decorated with flower garlands. White enamel dial. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/4-hour on two bells. Repetition on demand. Hands with sun motifs. The movement monogrammed ARL. 1 key.

36 x 14 x 90 cm.


Sold for CHF 375 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PORTAL CLOCK

PORTAL CLOCK

Innsbruck, ca. 1800. The movement signed Johann Schiestel in Insbruck.

Wood, carved with leaves, branches and floral garlands, and gilt. Portal-shaped case. The top features an oval medallion with a portrait of a gentleman in profile. White enamel dial, movement with lever escapement, striking the 1/4-hour on two bells (1 bell missing). Repetition on demand, striking mechanism can be switched off.

36 x 15.5 x 50 cm.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

MANTEL CLOCK

MANTEL CLOCK

Biedermeier, Vienna ca. 1820.

Wood in part blackened, alabaster and gilt brass. Rectangular case, with front pillars and mirrored back. White enamel dial. Movement with anchor escapement and Grande Sonnerie on two gongs. Repetition on demand. 1 key.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

CLOCK WITH FIGURE

CLOCK WITH FIGURE

Probably Vienna, 19th century.

Carved wood, painted and parcel-gilt. Man wearing a feathered headdress, leaning on a barrel lying on a tied package as a symbol of trade with exotic countries. White enamel dial, highly cracked and chipped. Quartz movement.

25 x 11 x 35 cm.


Sold for CHF 425 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

TABLE CLOCK

TABLE CLOCK

Patek Philippe, "Naviquartz" E1200 model. Number 1 800819.

Cast metal and gilt brass. Quartz movement. Verso with manufacturer's label.

14 × 5.5 × 20 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

MANTEL CLOCK AND A PAIR OF CANDELABRA

MANTEL CLOCK AND A PAIR OF CANDELABRA

Louis XVI style, 19th century.

Gilt bronze and white marble. The top of the clock is decorated with a vase. White dial. Parisian movement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Candelabra with two curved light branches. On a marble plinth. Key missing.

H clock 28 cm, H candelabra 21.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 325 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

CABINET

CABINET

Grisons, inscribed Not Jon Curadin 1782.

Swiss pine, walnut and other woods opulently inlaid with fillets, mythological creatures and tendrils. Rectangular body with a hinged front panel below three drawers, opening up into thirteen drawers and a door, the door in turn opening up into four other drawers. The hinged panel is inlaid with a drummer and a piper, each on one side of a floral grotesque, and is framed in fillets and four star-shaped reserves, and the upper corners are inlaid with putti. The inside of the hinged panel is decorated with two lions holding two birds. The top with a compartment below a hinged cover (converted / significantly restored). Metal mounts. 2 keys.

78 × 37 (90) × 86 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

CHEST

CHEST

Baroque, from the Alpine region, dated 1767.

Dark-stained pinewood. With triple-paneled architectural front on a cut-out frame base, paneled hinged cover.

172 x 50 x 73 cm.


Sold for CHF 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE WITH VITRINE CABINET

COMMODE WITH VITRINE CABINET

Southern Germany or Austria, end of the 18th / beginning of the 19th century.

Cherry, inlaid in rectangular reserves and geometric fillets. Recessed vitrine-cabinet upper section on a commode lower section with three drawers. On pyramid legs. The upper section with glazed double-doors over three drawers arranged next to one another. Bronze mounts. 1 key.

132 x 62 x 215 cm.


Sold for CHF 875 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

LARGE CHEST

LARGE CHEST

Late Renaissance, Eastern Switzerland, 17th century.

Walnut. Rectangular body with a slightly protruding cover on a stepped base. Architecturally-structured front with pilaster strips. Large iron lock. One key.

167 x 66 x 68 cm.


Sold for CHF 475 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

BUFFET

BUFFET

Baroque and later, Switzerland, 18th century.

Walnut. Rectangular body with asymmetrically divided niche. The upper and lower section with three doors each, and another door on the right. With tin pouring vessel. Iron mounts. 6 keys.

238 x 48 x 200 cm.


Sold for CHF 625 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS DESIGNED AS HALF-HEIGHT FIGURES

PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS DESIGNED AS HALF-HEIGHT FIGURES

Rococo, probably 18th century.

Wood, carved all-around and painted. The half-height figures each bear a curved, leaf-shaped candlestick with a broad drip pan.

H 56 and 53 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE

COMMODE

Baroque, Switzerland, 18th century.

Walnut inlaid with fillets in veneer and rectangular reserves. Rectangular body on a cut-out frame and on curved legs. Front with three drawers. Later bronze mounts. 1 key.

124 × 65 × 83 cm.


Sold for CHF 875 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

SMALL GUERIDON

SMALL GUERIDON

Louis XV style, Paris.

Tulipwood inlaid with reserves. Curved, rectangular body. Front with one drawer. The side with a further drawer. Bronze knobs. 1 key.

22 x 19 x 71 cm.


Sold for CHF 525 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

A PAIR OF PAINTED FAUTEUILS

A PAIR OF PAINTED FAUTEUILS

Rococo style, probably Potsdam, 19th century.

Walnut, carved with rocailles, leaves, blossoms and scrolls, and painted grey and with gilt contours. Padded seat and backrest. Florally patterned damask cover with a blue ground.

65 × 72 × 104 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE

COMMODE

Louis XV style, France, 19th century.

Tulipwood and rosewood inlaid as reserves and fillets in veneer. Body on curved legs. Front with two sans-traverse drawers. Bronze mounts and sabots. Red / grey / white speckled marble top.

116 × 55 × 89 cm.


Sold for CHF 625 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

KIDNEY-SHAPED GUERIDON

KIDNEY-SHAPED GUERIDON

Transition style, France.

Rosewood, tulipwood and in part tinted woods, inlaid in reserves with a lozenge pattern and a flower basket. Kidney-shaped top, the frame with three drawers. The central drawer has a slidable, leather-lined surface. On slightly curved legs. Brass mounts and sabots. 1 key.

81 × 43 × 74 cm.


Sold for CHF 875 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

OVAL GUERIDON

OVAL GUERIDON

Transition style, France, 19th century.

Mahogany, cherry, tulipwood and in part tinted woods inlaid in lozenge motifs and rosettes. "Breche d'Alep" marble top, edged with a pierced brass rail. One drawer. 1 key.

49.5 × 37 × 72 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE

COMMODE

Rococo style, 19th century.

Walnut inlaid in the form of reserves. Rectangular body and curved legs. Front with four drawers and gilt Rococo mounts. 1 key.

62 x 46 x 100 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

BUREAU-PLAT

BUREAU-PLAT

Louis XVI style, probably Austria or Southern Germany, 19th century.

Walnut and cherry, inlaid in rectangular reserves. Rectangular top, lined with green leather. On a frame with five drawers, and with pyramid legs. Brass sabots. Bronze mounts. 5 keys.

125 x 72 x 78 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 063 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE

COMMODE

Louis XVI, Southern Germany, end of the 18th century.

Cherry and various woods, inlaid with cube marquetry as well as with geometric reserves and fillets. Rectangular body on pyramid legs. Front with three drawers. Later pink marble top. Bronze mounts. Locks removed.

119 x 57 x 86 cm.


Sold for CHF 550 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

MIRROR

MIRROR

Louis XVI, France, ca. 1800.

Wood, carved and gilt. Rectangular frame decorated with laurel branches, the top featuring a medallion with musical instruments.

128 x 76 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

A PAIR OF CHAIRS

A PAIR OF CHAIRS

Louis XVI, 18th century.

Beech, shaped and stained. Seat and backrest with caning. Cushion with red silk cover.

46 x 56 x 94 cm.


Sold for CHF 250 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

A PAIR OF CHAIRS

A PAIR OF CHAIRS

Louis XVI style, France, 19th century.

Wood, carved with decorative friezes, leaves and bows, and gilt. Padded seat and backrest. Light red, quilted silk cover.

44 x 42 x 33 cm.


Sold for CHF 375 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.