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ARMORIAL PANEL OF THE CITY OF DIESSENHOFEN,

ARMORIAL PANEL OF THE CITY OF DIESSENHOFEN,

monogrammed HIN (Hans Jakob Nüscheler II, 1614-1658) and dated 1649, Zurich.

The center featuring the city's coat-of-arms, flanked by the Allegorical Figures of Justice and Prudence. The lower edges with the inscription: DIE STADT DIESSENHOFEN ANNO 1649. Glass and paintwork, in part strongly browned. Cracks in the glass and the lead. Touched-up.

35x26.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 10 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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ARMORIAL PANEL,

ARMORIAL PANEL,

Switzerland ca. 1500/10.

Shield-shaped coat-of-arms in blue/white, held by 2 figures of angels holding a tanner's knife over the shield. Newer supplements in the coat-of-arms and the two garments worn by the angels. Older repairs. Cracks in the paintwork and the lead.

36x28 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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STAINED GLASS,

STAINED GLASS,

unknown stained-glass artist, dated 1568, probably Schaffhausen.

The central part depicts the ten founders of the painting as well as 2 women at a round table. The foreground shows a drummer and a flute player. The upper images depict butts and knights dueling with lances (later supplement, originally painted with archers). Further featuring the coats-of-arms of the 10 donors; Ulrich Burckart, Heinrich Mötteli vom Rappenstein, Kaspar Muntprat, Hans Burckart, Heinrich Sintz, Baschion Bernhauser, Jakob Sintz, Michel Hildbrand, Jakob Renhart. Cracks and repairs, one piece on the top left is replaced.

43x32.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 18 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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STAINED GLASS "SCHWYZ",

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.


Sold for CHF 22 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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STAINED GLASS STANDARD BEARER "UNTERWALDEN" OR "SOLOTHURN",

STAINED GLASS STANDARD BEARER "UNTERWALDEN" OR "SOLOTHURN",

unknown stained-glass artist, ca. 1535.

The image features a standard bearer carrying the standard of Unterwalden or Solothurn (later supplement). The right side with 2 putti at play. The left side depicts a lion with the Imperial coat-of-arms. The top part with 2 musicians (later supplements on old glass). Cracks in the glass and lead. Some pitting.

42x31 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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STAINED GLASS "CONSTANCE CATHEDRAL CHAPTER",

STAINED GLASS "CONSTANCE CATHEDRAL CHAPTER",

probably by C. STILLHART (Caspar Stillhart, died 1548), dated 1543, Constance.

The central image depicting the coat-of-arms of the Diocese Constance, accentuated by the Madonna with an aureole (later supplement), surrounded by the coats-of-arms of the Clerics in the Chapter. The bottom inscribed: THUM DECHAN UND VEMEIN CAPITEL DES THUM / STIFTS ZU CONSTANTZ 1543. Supplement to the lower part of the pillar shaft. Diocese coat-of-arms, retouched. Several cracks in the glass and lead.

40.5x31 cm.


Sold for CHF 11 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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STAINED GLASS "REICHSHOF KRIESSERN (OBERRIET)",

STAINED GLASS "REICHSHOF KRIESSERN (OBERRIET)",

unknown stained-glass artist from Eastern Switzerland, dated 1540.

The coat-of-arms of the Reichshof Kriessern with a seated lion on a silver ground, flanked by a noblewoman offering a welcome drink. Supplements at the right pillar and to the female attire, and lateral additions on top. Cracks in the glass and lead.

43x32 cm.


Sold for CHF 8 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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STAINED GLASS "SCHAFFHAUSEN",

STAINED GLASS "SCHAFFHAUSEN",

attributed to Felix Lindtmayer the Younger, ca. 1550.

The center depicting the coat-of-arms of Schaffhausen, on top the crowned coat-of-arms with the Imperial eagle. Numerous newer and older supplements. The original glass panes, strongly corroded. Cracks in the glass and lead.

33.5x27.4 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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CABINET,

CABINET,

Renaissance, Augsburg ca. 1580.

Walnut, cherry, beech, verdigris and various fruitwoods, opulently inlaid with a landscape, a putto, musical instruments, blossoms, leaves and decorative frieze. The interior and bottom of the drawers in ash. Hinged front. Fitted interior with central double-doors, surrounded by 9 drawers in different sizes and 1 pair of doors. Bronze mounts and knobs. Iron locks, in part replaced. The veneer on the outside of the body, supplemented. On a later plinth, in the Spanish Baroque style.

89x46x(open 98)x140.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 14 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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LARGE MADONNA ON A THRONE,

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.


Sold for CHF 36 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF SMALL CONSOLES "AUX MASCARONS",

PAIR OF SMALL CONSOLES "AUX MASCARONS",

Louis XV, probably Rome ca. 1740.

Wood, pierced and exquisitely carved with mascarons, oval portrait cartouches, leaves, scrolls and decorative frieze, and gilt. Curved top, painted "en faux marbre". Requires some restoration.

83x41x97 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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CANAPE "AUX SATYRES",

CANAPE "AUX SATYRES",

late Baroque, in the style of A. BRUSTOLON (Andrea Brustolon, 1662 Belluno 1732), Venice, 18th/19th century.

Walnut, opulently carved with satyrs, bearers, mythical figures, leaves and decorative frieze. Padded backrest. Patterned damask cover. In part with wormholes. Restorations.

158x80x127 cm.


Sold for CHF 6 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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LACQUER COMMODE "AU DECOR CHINOIS",

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


Sold for CHF 408 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS,

PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS,

Louis XV, Veneto, 18th century.

Walnut, molded and finely carved with flowers, leaves and decorative frieze. Light gray silk velour cushion.

70x60x46x106 cm.


Sold for CHF 6 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF CHAIRS,

PAIR OF CHAIRS,

Louis XV, Genoa ca. 1750.

Walnut, shaped and finely carved with flowers, leaves and decorative frieze. Light beige leather cushion.

54x44x47x104 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS "EN CABRIOLET",

PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS "EN CABRIOLET",

Louis XV, Veneto ca. 1760.

Walnut, molded and finely carved with shells and decorative frieze. Light gray velour cover.

58x50x45x92 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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VON ESCH, J.P.

VON ESCH, J.P.

(Johann Petrus von Esch, 1666 Sursee 1731), ca. 1720.

"Esther pleading with King Ahasveros to save the Jewish people". Reverse-glass painting. Signed JOH. PET. VON ESCH PINXIT.

H 58 cm. W 72 cm.


Sold for CHF 18 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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SALON TABLE,

SALON TABLE,

Baroque, probably Franconia ca. 1750/60.

Walnut, burlwood, cherry and domestic fruitwoods, and ivory, in part stained, finely inlaid with flowers, leaves, bands, meander band and decorative frieze. Some losses.

77x77x77.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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IMPORTANT CONSOLE "AUX CARTOUCHES",

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.


Sold for CHF 30 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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BOULLE CLOCK ON PLINTH "A L'EMPEREUR DE CHINE",

BOULLE CLOCK ON PLINTH "A L'EMPEREUR DE CHINE",

French Regency/Louis XV, the dial signed BRINDEAU A PARIS (Nicolas Brindeau, maître 1749), Paris ca. 1740/50.

Brown tortoiseshell and engraved brass "en première partie", finely inlaid with flowers, leaves and decorative frieze. Fine bronze dial with 24 enamel cartouches for the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. 2 hands. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Exquisite gilt bronze mounts designed as dragons, warriors, "espagnolettes", cartouches and decorative frieze. Requires restoration.

59x30x135 cm.


Sold for CHF 13 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF FAUTEUILS "A LA REINE",

PAIR OF FAUTEUILS "A LA REINE",

French Regency, Paris ca. 1730.

Walnut, finely carved with shells, leaves and decorative frieze. Caning. Dark blue velour cushion.

64x51x50x97 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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SET OF 3 CACHE-POTS "A TETES DE NEPTUNE",

SET OF 3 CACHE-POTS "A TETES DE NEPTUNE",

French Regency, the porcelain from China, Kangxi, 18th century, the bronze from Paris, 19th century.

Matte and polished gilt bronze and finely painted porcelain; exotic birds, flowers and leaves on a light ground. Prominent handles "à têtes de Neptune".

D 19.5 cm. H 21.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 16 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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IMPORTANT COMMODE "AUX BUSTES DE FEMME",

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.


Sold for CHF 18 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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MANTEL CLOCK WITH PORCELAIN FIGURES,

MANTEL CLOCK WITH PORCELAIN FIGURES,

Louis XV, the dial and movement signed CHARLES BALTAZAR A PARIS (Henri Charles Balthazar, maître 1717 ), the group of porcelain figures in the style of Meissen, after models by P. REINICKE (Gdansk 1711 Meissen 1768), ca. 1745, the flowers in the style of the Manufacture de Vincennes, 18th/19th century, the bronze from Paris, 18th/19th century.

Gilt bronze and finely painted porcelain. The center featuring a Chinese couple reading in front of branches bearing the clock case with a Chinese figure seated on top. Enamel dial. Movement with verge escapement and short pendulum. Umbrella supplemented. Small crack in the group of figures. Minor losses.

22x14x47 cm.


Sold for CHF 14 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF FIREPLACE CHENETS "AUX ROCAILLES",

PAIR OF FIREPLACE CHENETS "AUX ROCAILLES",

Louis XV, Paris ca. 1755/65.

Gilt bronze. Gilding, in part rubbed.

H 33 cm. W 35 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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