Wednesday 16 September 2015, 03.00 PM
RELIEF WITH MADONNA AND CHILD,Renaissance, Florence, 16th/17th century. After depictions by Andrea del Verrocchio. Wood and papier-mâché, painted and decorated with glass stones. Mary wearing an extravagant gown, presenting the Christ Child standing and raising his hand in blessing. In a later frame. H 84 cm. Different layers of paint.
Sold for CHF 12 500
BUST OF MADONNA AND CHILD ON A CRESCENT MOON,late Gothic, Southern Germany, Franconia, ca. 1500. Lime, carved and painted. Mary on an octagonal base with crescent moon, carrying the Infant Jesus in her left arm. H 62 cm. Crown and right arm of the child are missing. Different paintwork. Part of the crescent moon is missing.
Sold for CHF 8 125
MADONNA AND CHILD,late Gothic, Burgundy, 15th century. Soapstone. Mary in a cloak sitting on a throne featuring a portal-shaped, iron top (later), carrying the Infant Jesus in her right arm. H 37 cm. Head restored and repaired. Head of the child, later. Crown, later. H 37 cm.
Sold for CHF 5 000
SAINT CATHERINE,late Gothic, Flanders, 1st half of the 16th century. Lime, carved and verso in part flattened. The saint is holding a book and a sword, and wearing a belted gown. H 82 cm. Repaired in the region of the face and on the base.
Sold for CHF 4 750
THE ASCENSION OF MARY,Baroque, Southern Italy, probably Naples, end of the 18th century. Wood, carved and painted. With open arms and looking up at the sky, standing on a cloud with a head of an angel. Glass eyes. H 144 cm.
Sold for CHF 2 750