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LARGE SILVER-GILT SET OF CUTLERY.

Paris, late 20th century. Odiot manufactory.
Demidoff' pattern. Comprising: 24 forks, 24 knives, 24 spoons, 24 fish forks, 24 fish knives, 24 sauce spoons, 24 cream spoons, 24 dessert forks, 24 dessert spoons, 24 dessert knives, 24 ice cream spoons, 24 cake forks, 24 coffee spoons, 24 mocha spoons, 24 lobster forks, 24 oyster forks, 24 butter knives, 24 cheese knives, 24 escargot forks, 50 serving utensils.
530 pieces in total, 30,200 g (excluding steel pieces).
LARGE SILVER-GILT SET OF CUTLERY.
LARGE SILVER-GILT SET OF CUTLERY.

Sold for CHF 38 900

VERY RARE 'FLAMING TORTOISE' PLATE FROM THE COLLECTION OF AUGUSTUS III, KING OF POLAND AND ELECTOR OF SAXONY (1733-1763).

Meissen, ca. 1729-1731. With incised AR monogram from 1734.
Enamel blue swords and incised AR monogram, blackened.
D 24,8 cm.
VERY RARE 'FLAMING TORTOISE' PLATE FROM THE COLLECTION OF AUGUSTUS III, KING OF POLAND AND ELECTOR OF SAXONY (1733-1763).
VERY RARE 'FLAMING TORTOISE' PLATE FROM THE COLLECTION OF AUGUSTUS III, KING OF POLAND AND ELECTOR OF SAXONY (1733-1763).

Sold for CHF 36 500

RARE PLATTER FROM THE SULKOWSKI SERVICE.

Meissen, ca. 1735-1748.
The center with the Alliance coat of arms Sulkowski and Stein zu Jettingen, flanked by two lions. Underglaze blue sword mark, incised mark V, potter's mark (this type of potter's mark is found on 11 plates of the Sulkowski Service; cf. Boltz, Keramos 151/96, page 76.
D 43 cm.
RARE PLATTER FROM THE SULKOWSKI SERVICE.
RARE PLATTER FROM THE SULKOWSKI SERVICE.

Sold for CHF 30 500

TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE WITH CHINOISERIE DECORATION.

Meissen, ca. 1730-1739. Assorted.
Comprising: 1 coffee pot with cover (potter's mark *, 20 cm), 1 tea pot (potter's mark *, gold number, 10.5cm), 1 saucer (press mark P, 15 cm), 1 tea caddy and cover (potter's mark *, 10.5cm), 1 bowl (potter's mark oo, 17 cm), 1 small bowl (potter's marks * and /) and 2 saucers (potter's mark *).1 sugar bowl with cover (potter's mark oo, 10.8 cm, gilding rubbed), 1 tea cup with saucer (press numbers) and 1 beaker with saucer. Underglaze blue sword marks, potter's marks on most of the pieces * and oo. press numbers on the associated pieces.
H coffee pot 20 cm. Spout and cover finial of the tea pot, supplemented in metal. Gilding, partly rubbed. Coffee pot repaired on the base of the handle and on the rim of the cover. Hairline crack in tea caddy, minor chipping. (17)
TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE WITH CHINOISERIE DECORATION.
TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE WITH CHINOISERIE DECORATION.

Sold for CHF 26 900

SMALL CHINOISERIE TUREEN, 'OLIO' POT.

Meissen, ca. 1725-1728.
Painted on both sides with chinoiserie scenes.
D 15.7 cm. Slightly chipped feet and base ring.
SMALL CHINOISERIE TUREEN, 'OLIO' POT.
SMALL CHINOISERIE TUREEN, 'OLIO' POT.

Sold for CHF 22 100

RARE HAUSMALER TEA POT.

Meissen, ca. 1725. Painted by Abraham Seuter after an engraving by Johann Elias Ridinger.
Both sides painted in iron-red camaïeu.
H 10.8 cm. Gilding on the cover, slightly rubbed. Chipped edge, retouched.
RARE HAUSMALER TEA POT.
RARE HAUSMALER TEA POT.

Sold for CHF 19 700

RARE TEA POT IN THE IMARI STYLE.

Du Paquier or Vezzi, ca. 1720-1727.
Painted in underglaze blue with Oriental flowering branches, accentuated in iron-red and gold.
H 12 cm.
RARE TEA POT IN THE IMARI STYLE.
RARE TEA POT IN THE IMARI STYLE.

Sold for CHF 18 500

LARGE TUREEN WITH TRAY.

Meissen, ca. 1735-1740.
Underglaze blue sword mark.
D tureen 41.3 cm.
LARGE TUREEN WITH TRAY.
LARGE TUREEN WITH TRAY.

Sold for CHF 18 500

MODEL OF A WAXWING.

Meissen, ca. 1741-1745. Designed by J. J. Kändler and J. G. Ehder.
Naturalistically painted model.
H 24 cm. Slightly chipped and leaves partly restored.
MODEL OF A WAXWING.
MODEL OF A WAXWING.

Sold for CHF 14 300

VENDOR WITH MAPS FROM THE SERIES OF THE 'CRIS DE PARIS'.

Meissen, ca. 1744. Designed by Johann Joachim Kändler.
Underglaze blue sword mark on the back of the plinth.
H 17.7 cm. Right hand and map, restored.
VENDOR WITH MAPS FROM THE SERIES OF THE 'CRIS DE PARIS'.
VENDOR WITH MAPS FROM THE SERIES OF THE 'CRIS DE PARIS'.

Sold for CHF 12 500

PAIR OF RARE HAUSMALER CUPS AND PAIR OF RARE SAUCERS.

Meissen, ca. 1725-1730. Painted by Abraham Seuter in Augsburg, ca. 1740.
The cups and one saucer with incised mark /, one saucer with potter's mark x.
The cups and saucers are from two different, yet similar Services. SIlver plating on rims, partly rubbed.
PAIR OF RARE HAUSMALER CUPS AND PAIR OF RARE SAUCERS.
PAIR OF RARE HAUSMALER CUPS AND PAIR OF RARE SAUCERS.

Sold for CHF 11 875

TEA POT WITH AUGSBURG GOLD CHINESE FIGURES.

Meissen, ca. 1725. With gilt silver mount.
Painted in the Seuter Workshop. GIlt handle and spout with gilt metal nozzle.
H 12.5 cm. Chips on the cover, finial and spout.
TEA POT WITH AUGSBURG GOLD CHINESE FIGURES.
TEA POT WITH AUGSBURG GOLD CHINESE FIGURES.

Sold for CHF 10 000

MODEL OF A SPARROW HAWK.

Meissen, ca. 1745. Designed by Johann Joachim Kändler.
Underglaze blue sword mark on the back of the base.
H 15 cm. Tips of the tail feathers and beak, restored.
MODEL OF A SPARROW HAWK.
MODEL OF A SPARROW HAWK.

Sold for CHF 10 000

MODEL OF A SANDPIPER.

Meissen, ca. 1745. Design probably by Johann Joachim Kändler.
Underglaze blue sword mark. Inventory No. W385 in red.
H 25.5 cm. Tip of the tail feathers and beak, restored..
MODEL OF A SANDPIPER.
MODEL OF A SANDPIPER.

Sold for CHF 10 000