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Lot 1018* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

LACQUER COMMODE "AU DECOR CHINOIS",

Louis XV, Venice ca. 1730/40.
Shaped wood, finely carved with shells, rocailles and decorative frieze, and in part gilt. Exquisitely lacquered all-around, with a group of figures in an idealized park landscape on an azure ground. Front with 2 drawers. Iron mounts. "Giallo di Breccia" marble top.
144x70x87cm

CHF 250 000 / 350 000 | (€ 233 640 / 327 100)

Sold for CHF 408 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1178 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

SILVER-GILT KOVSH FROM ALEXEI I.

Russia, 1667/68.
Parcel-gilt oval bowl, the center engraved with a crowned double-headed eagle. The handle with matching engraved decoration. The outside inscribed in old Cyrillic, explaining that Alexei I. presented the merchant Alexej Suchanov with this kvosh for collecting customs tariffs in the year 1667/1668.
24x38 cm. 780 g.

CHF 35 000 / 60 000 | (€ 32 710 / 56 070)

Sold for CHF 164 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1179 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

KOVSH FROM IVAN V. AND PETER THE GREAT,

Moscow, 1681/82. With city mark.
Parcel-gilt, oval-shaped kovsh, with a central medallion depicting a crowned, double-headed eagle. Handle with matching decoration. Inscribed on the outside in old Cyrillic: Presented by the Tsars Ioann Alekseevic (Ivan V) (and) Peter Alekseevic (Peter the Great) to Pskoviter Posadskij’ Jakob Onanin, son of Syrnikov, for his outstanding collection of customs tariffs in the year 1681/82.
35.5x23.5 cm. 800 g.

CHF 30 000 / 60 000 | (€ 28 040 / 56 070)

Sold for CHF 152 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1416* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF IMPORTANT LIDDED VASES "A L'ANTIQUE",

Louis XVI, after drawings by G.B. PIRANESI (Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Treviso 1720-1778 Rome), Italy, ca. 1780/1800.
"Carrara" marble. Urn-shaped vases on a gadrooned round foot with a square plinth. The walls decorated with human figures in oval medallions, and with rosettes, leaves and decorative frieze.
H 70 cm, Diam 34,2cm.

CHF 40 000 / 50 000 | (€ 37 380 / 46 730)

Sold for CHF 132 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1397* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

LADY'S DESK "A FLEURS",

Louis XV, attributed to P. ROUSSEL (Pierre Roussel, maître 1745), Paris, ca. 1760.
Purpleheart and various tinted precious woods in veneer and exquisitely inlaid with flowers, leaves and decorative frieze all-around. The side with 1 drawer. Fine, gilt bronze mounts and sabots.
83x43x72 cm.

CHF 15 000 / 20 000 | (€ 14 020 / 18 690)

Sold for CHF 101 300 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1435* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

LARGE JARDINIERE "AUX ZEPHYRS",

Empire/French Restoration, attributable to the ebenists A. WEISWEILER (Adama Weisweiler, maitre 1778) or C.J. LEMARCHAND (Charles Joseph Lemarchand, 1759 Paris 1826), the bronzes by P.P. THOMIRE (Pierre Philippe Thomire, 1751 Paris 1851), Paris, ca.1815/30.
Yew in veneer. Hexagonal body on 6 fine pillars "aux zephyrs" and matching base, on castors. Exquisite matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and applications. Removable tin basin.
D 82 cm. H 92 cm.

CHF 50 000 / 70 000 | (€ 46 730 / 65 420)

Sold for CHF 78 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1055* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF POTPOURRIS WITH BRONZE MOUNTS,

Louis XV, the bronzes with "c couronné" (a revenue stamp placed on all copper alloys between 1745 and 1749 ), probably an order placed by the "marchand-mercier" L. DUVAUX (Lazare Duvaux, 1703 Paris 1758), Paris ca. 1745/49.
Matte and polished gilt bronze and celadon enameled biscuit porcelain "dans le goût chinois". Old restorations on 1 lid.
H 29 cm.

CHF 25 000 / 45 000 | (€ 23 360 / 42 060)

Sold for CHF 58 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1380* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF LARGE SCONCES,

French Regency, attributable to A.C. BOULLE (André Charles Boulle, 1642-1732), Paris, ca. 1715/20.
Matte and polished gilt bronze. Finely pierced wall plate, decorated with foliage. 2 light branches with broad drip plates and vase-shaped nozzles.
H 51 cm.

CHF 45 000 / 55 000 | (€ 42 060 / 51 400)

Sold for CHF 54 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1382* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF IRON CONSOLES "AUX CARTOUCHES",

Louis XV, Comtat Venaissin, ca. 1765/70.
Cast iron, chased and parcel-gilt. "Griotte Rouge" marble top. On spherical feet.
122x52x97 cm.

CHF 38 000 / 48 000 | (€ 35 510 / 44 860)

Sold for CHF 52 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1136* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

SKELETON CLOCK WITH MOON PHASE AND CALENDAR,

Louis XVI, the dial signed RIDEL A PARIS (probably Laurent Ridel, active from ca. 1770), Paris ca. 1785/90.
Gilt bronze, white marble and painted enamel. The front with large enamel chapter ring with the hours and minutes as well as the date in Arabic numerals; below, 2 smaller enamel rings with names of the month in French and the signs of the zodiac, and with days of the week in French and planetary symbols; above, a finely painted window with the moon phase. Fine movement with anchor escapement, striking the ½-hour on bell. Magnificent sun pendulum. Gilt mounts and applications.
28.5x14x50 cm.

CHF 45 000 / 65 000 | (€ 42 060 / 60 750)

Sold for CHF 49 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1073* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

COMMODE "A LA GRECQUE",

Transition, signed F. RUBESTUCK (François Rubestuck, maître 1766), Paris ca. 1770.
Tulipwood and rosewood in veneer, with parquet marquetry and a diamond pattern. Front with 2 sans-traverse drawers. Exquisite finely gilt bronze mounts, applications and sabots, designed as lion heads, leaves, decorative rods. Shaped "Brèche d'Alep" marble top.
129x60x86 cm.

CHF 40 000 / 70 000 | (€ 37 380 / 65 420)

Sold for CHF 48 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1194 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF ALTAR CANDLESTICKS,

Zug, ca. 1700. Maker's mark Karl Martin Keiser (1659-1725).
Opulently chased with acanthus and scrolls. Each candlestick with three medallions depicting: A: Saint Cecilia of Rome, Patroness of Church Music, depicted playing the organ. B: Saint Matthew with a hatchet. C: Saint Ewald (Brothers, either Ewald the Dark or the Fair). Shaft with chased acanthus and decorated with winged putti. Matching drip plate. Second candlestick of a similar design, however, with different depictions on the medallions, inter alia, with the coat-of-arms of the Keller family of Lucerne.
H ca. 61 cm (with spike). Total weight 2250 g (excl. upper wooden insert).

CHF 20 000 / 30 000 | (€ 18 690 / 28 040)

Sold for CHF 48 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1050 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

SERIES OF 3 TAPESTRIES FROM "LA VIE CHAMPETRE",

Louis XV, Manufacture d'Aubusson, after designs by E. JEAURAT (Etienne Jeaurat, Vermenton 1699-1789 Versailles) for the series of the "Metamorphoses" by Ovid, ca. 1750/60.
Exquisite depictions from the Metamorphoses by Ovid; a) Vertumus, dressed as an old woman and declaring his love to Pomona. Fine blue border. b) Apollo and the Muses, in an idealized landscape. Fine blue border. c) Telemachus and Calypso, in an idealized landscape. Fine blue border.
a) H 277 cm. W 471 cm. b) H 277. W 274 cm. c) H 277 cm. W 262 cm.

CHF 38 000 / 48 000 | (€ 35 510 / 44 860)

Sold for CHF 43 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1312 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

ROUND "PIETRA DURA" PLATE,

Baroque style, after designs by J. LIGOZZI (Jacopo Ligozzi, Verona 1547-1627 Florence), Florence.
Various types of marble and semi-precious stones, finely inlaid with cartouches, leaves, bands, fillets and decorative frieze.
D 150 cm

CHF 5 000 / 9 000 | (€ 4 670 / 8 410)

Sold for CHF 43 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1383* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF "MARQUISE" FAUTEUILS,

Louis XV, attributable to J.B. BOULARD (Jean Baptiste Boulard, maître 1754), Paris, ca. 1755/60.
Beech, molded and exquisitely carved with flowers, leaves, cartouches and decorative frieze, and with remains of the old gilding. Padded armrests. Used, red silk-velour cover, patterned with flowers and leaves, and decorative bullen nails. Cushion. Requires restoration.
89x55x48x102 cm.

CHF 28 000 / 38 000 | (€ 26 170 / 35 510)

Sold for CHF 42 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1011 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

LARGE MADONNA ON A THRONE,

Romanesque, Italy, 14th century.
Carved chestnut, verso hollowed, and painted. Mary holding the Christ Child on her lap. In part, with remains of old paintwork, strongly rubbed. Wormholes. The right arm and the left hand of the child, missing.
38x32x130 cm.

CHF 12 000 / 15 000 | (€ 11 210 / 14 020)

Sold for CHF 36 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1060* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF SCONES WITH ENAMEL PAINTING,

Rococo, the enamel painting attributable to C. JÜNGER (Christoph Jünger Vienna 1736-1777), Vienna ca. 1760.
Matte and polished gilt bronze and finely painted enamel; flowers, leaves and decorative frieze.
H 24 cm. W 33 cm.

CHF 30 000 / 50 000 | (€ 28 040 / 46 730)

Sold for CHF 36 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1258 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

SUITE OF FURNITURE "AUX CYGNES",

Empire, probably Tuscany ca. 1815/25.
Comprising: 1 three-seater canapé and 6 large armchairs. Wood, carved with swans and paw feet, and with stucco applications designed as leaves, rosettes and decorative frieze, and gilt. Padded armrests. Some losses.
Canapé: 165x60x50x103 cm. Fauteuils: 62x50x51x103 cm.

CHF 9 000 / 14 000 | (€ 8 410 / 13 080)

Sold for CHF 34 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1294* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF MALACHITE AIGUIERES WITH BRONZE MOUNT,

French Restoration, St. Petersburg ca. 1820/40.
Matte and polished gilt bronze and malachite.
H 44 cm.

CHF 28 000 / 48 000 | (€ 26 170 / 44 860)

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Lot 1071* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF FAUTEUILS "A LA REINE",

Louis XV, by J. BOCAULT (Jean Bocault, maître 1728), signed B. MAUCUY (Blaise Maucuy, maître 1758), Paris ca. 1760.
Beech, molded and exquisitely carved with flowers, leaves, cartouches and decorative frieze, and gilt. Green velour cover with decorative bullen nails. Label of the former owner written in ink.
68x59x45x99 cm.

CHF 35 000 / 45 000 | (€ 32 710 / 42 060)

Sold for CHF 33 333 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1034 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

IMPORTANT CONSOLE "AUX CARTOUCHES",

Louis XIV/French Regency, probably after designs by P. LE PAUTRE (Pierre Le Pautre, "Dessinateur du Roi", 1652 Paris 1716), from a Parisian master workshop, ca. 1700/20.
Pierced wood, exquisitely carved with cartouches, flowers, leaves, and decorative frieze, and gilt. Rectangular "Campan" marble top. Old inventory No. 13. Some losses.
139x69x80 cm.

CHF 24 000 / 36 000 | (€ 22 430 / 33 640)

Sold for CHF 30 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1058 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

BUREAU PLAT,

Louis XV, signed I.P. LATZ (Jean Pierre Latz, maître ca. 1740), Paris ca. 1745/50.
Tulipwood and rosewood, in veneer and inlaid with reserves and decorative frieze. Rectangular top, edged in brass. Front with broad central drawer and a drawer on each side. Same, but sham arrangement on verso. Matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and sabots. Old wax seal in the frame. Requires restoration.
142x76x79.5 cm.

CHF 10 000 / 15 000 | (€ 9 350 / 14 020)

Sold for CHF 26 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1113* - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF FAIENCE WILD BOARS AFTER A MODEL FROM ANTIQUITY, 'IL PORCELLINO',

Italy, ca. 1800. SALE ROOM NOTICE: Revised dating of probably 19th century.
Each on a rectangular plinth, white glaze with craquelure, the base with a manganese wash. No mark.
L 50 cm, 52 cm.

CHF 6 000 / 9 000 | (€ 5 610 / 8 410)

Sold for CHF 23 300 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1004 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

STAINED GLASS "SCHWYZ",

monogrammed IM (Josias Murer, 15.0-1580) and dated 1608, Zurich.
The center depicting the coat-of-arms of Schwyz, on top the Imperial Eagle under a crown (both are later supplements). The bottom inscribed: DAS LAND SCHWYTZ 1608. Some cracks in the glass and lead.
40.5x30.5 cm.

CHF 8 000 / 12 000 | (€ 7 480 / 11 210)

Sold for CHF 22 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1039 - A182 Decorative Arts - Thursday 21 September 2017, 10.00 AM

IMPORTANT COMMODE "AUX BUSTES DE FEMME",

French Regency/Louis XV, signed L. DE LAITRE (Louis Delaitre, maître 1738), Paris ca. 1735/45.
Tulipwood and purpleheart, in veneer and finely inlaid with reserves and decorative frieze. Front with 3 drawers, the top drawer divided in two. Exquisite matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and applications designed as female busts, Cupids, lion heads, cartouches and decorative frieze. Shaped white/red speckled marble top, repaired.
145x69x89 cm.

CHF 18 000 / 28 000 | (€ 16 820 / 26 170)

Sold for CHF 18 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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