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Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM



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Lot 1048* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

PAINTED LACQUER CABINET "A FLEURS",

Barock/Régence, probably England ca. 1700, the stand from Italy, 18th century.
Wood, painted all around with fine depictions of bouquets in vases, flowers, leaves and decorative frieze, on a black ground. Front with double-doors. Fitted interior with 11 drawers of different sizes, likewise exquisitely painted. Finely engraved brass mounts. Paint work, restored.
Cabinet 100x49x82 cm. H with stand 152 cm.

CHF 70 000 / 120 000 | (€ 65 420 / 112 150)

Sold for CHF 84 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1073 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

EXTREMELY RARE MEISSEN CANDLESTICK

Meissen, ca. 1727. Model by Johann Gottlieb Kirchner (1706 - after 1737), probably painted by Gregorius Höroldt (1696-1775).
Without mark. Exhibition label from 1979 on the base.
H 22 cm. D base 12.5 cm. One of the small palmette leaves on top of the base is missing.

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

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Lot 1119 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

EARLY 'BÖTTGER' PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE,

Meissen, ca. 1715-1720. Model and relief by Johann Jacob Irminger.
Unpainted. With applied cherry blossom branches. The bowl additionally applied with birds in relief. Comprising: 6 cups and saucers, 1 bowl, 1 tea pot with cover and spout with old silver mount, 1 sugar bowl with cover. No mark.
H tea pot 13 cm, bowl 9 cm, cup 5 cm. Minor chips on the spout of the tea pot with the silver mount, on 1 cup and on a few blossoms.

CHF 30 000 / 40 000 | (€ 28 040 / 37 380)

Sold for CHF 73 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1011* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF BRONZE HORSES,

Renaissance, after the Byzantine Triumphal Quadriga at St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco), Venice, 17th century.
Patinated bronze and blue/green horn. Striding horses on a rectangular pedestal from the Régence with turtle. Bronze mounts and applications. Restorations.
L 18 cm. H (with base) 32 cm.

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

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Lot 1246 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

24 SILVER-GILT UNDERPLATES

Paris, 20th century. Orfèvrerie Lapparra. Maker's mark SL.
Round plates with smooth centre and rim. The profiled rim with circumferential leaf frieze.
D 30.5 cm. Total weight 22,400 g.

CHF 20 000 / 40 000 | (€ 18 690 / 37 380)

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Lot 1056* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

SMALL SIDE TABLE WITH GREEN HORN,

Louis XIV, Paris ca. 1700.
Green horn, exquisitely inlaid with black/brown strap work, fillets and decorative frieze. 1 drawer on the side. Gilt bronze mounts. Old mark 21 on the underside of the frame.
44x33x70 cm.

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

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Lot 1076* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

CHEST OF DRAWERS,

Louis XV, stamped M. CRIAERD (Mathieu Criaerd, maître 1738), Paris ca. 1745/55.
Tulipwood, purpleheart and rosewood in veneer. Finely inlaid with diamond pattern and decorative frieze all around. Front with 2 sans-traverse drawers. Exceptionally fine matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and sabots. Shaped "Griotte Rouge" marble top, repaired.
115x54x88 cm.

CHF 50 000 / 90 000 | (€ 46 730 / 84 110)

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Lot 1147* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

SMALL COMMODE,

Transition, signed L. BOUDIN (Leonard Boudin, maître 1761), Paris ca. 1765.
Mahogany in veneer, finely inlaid with fillets and reserves. Front with 2 sans-traverse drawers, with a narrow drawer on top. Exquisite matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and sabots. Shaped "Brèche d'Alep" marble top. Old inventory inscription SEL 210 in ink, applied by the East Ministry Rosenberg when confiscating the cabinet in 1940.
69x39x81 cm.

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

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Lot 1323 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF TABLE ORNAMENTS "AUX ENFANTS",

Empire, attributable to P.F. FEUCHERE (Pierre François Feuchère, 1737 Paris 1823), Paris ca. 1815/20.
Matte and polished gilt bronze. With marks LJ.
H 43 cm. D 25.5 cm.

CHF 35 000 / 55 000 | (€ 32 710 / 51 400)

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Lot 1069 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

COMMODE,

Louis XV, signed MIGEON (Pierre Migeon, maître 1739), Paris ca. 1745/50.
Purpleheart and rosewood in veneer, finely inlaid with bands, fillets and decorative frieze. Front with 2 sans-traverse drawers. Gilt bronze mounts and sabots. Shaped "Brêche Belge" marble top. Locks replaced. Supplements in the veneer.
144x65x91 cm.

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

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Lot 1142 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

COMMODE "A LA GRECQUE",

Transition, signed G. DESTER (Godefroy Dester, maître 1774), Paris ca. 1775.
Tulipwood, rosewood and partly tinted precious woods in veneer and finely inlaid "à la Reine" with rosettes, blossoms, lozenge pattern, and decorative frieze. Front with 2 sans-traverse drawers. Fine, matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and sabots, in part replaced. Shaped "Brèche d'Alep" marble top. Restorations in the veneer.
125.5x60x90.5 cm.

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

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Lot 1283 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

MANTEL CLOCK "AUX TETES DE BELIER",

Louis XVI, the bronzes from a Parisian master workshop, the dial signed BOURDIER A PARIS (Jean Simon Bourdier, maître 1787) and inscribed DUBUI(SSON) (Etienne Gobin, known as Dubuisson, 1731- ca. 1815), Paris ca. 1790.
"Carrara" and "Griotte Rouge" marble. Finely painted, parcel-gilt enamel dial. 3 fine, pierced and gilt hands. Anchor movement with Graham escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Exquisite mounts and applications.
H 62 cm.

CHF 38 000 / 58 000 | (€ 35 510 / 54 210)

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Lot 1357* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF NEO-GOTHIC "FRAGONARD" VASES,

Louis Philippe, Manufacture de Sèvres, France ca. 1840.
Gilt bronze and finely painted porcelain with decor "à cathédrale"; on a cobalt-blue ground. Old repairs.
H 36 cm.

CHF 30 000 / 40 000 | (€ 28 040 / 37 380)

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Lot 1358* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

CENTER TABLE "AUX LIONS",

French Restoration, probably Palermo ca. 1840/60.
Wood, exquisitely carved with crouching lions, foliage and decorative frieze, and gilt, polychrome painted and lacquered. Some losses.
D 109 cm. H 89 cm.

CHF 38 000 / 58 000 | (€ 35 510 / 54 210)

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Lot 1133* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

ROUND GUERIDON,

Transition, attributable to M. CARLIN (Martin Carlin, maître 1766), Paris ca. 1765/70.
Shaped mahogany. "Carrara" marble tops, edged in meander band. On castors. Requires some restoration.
D 37 cm. H 83 cm.

CHF 22 000 / 28 000 | (€ 20 560 / 26 170)

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Lot 1095* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF MARQUISES,

Louis XV, signed J.B. Boulard (Jean Baptiste Boulard, maître 1755), Paris ca. 1755/60.
Beech, molded and finely carved with flowers, leaves and decorative frieze, and gilt. Padded armrests. Red silk cover, decorated with flowers and leaves. Cushion. Old Inventory No. 188. Gilding restored.
82.5x55x46x102 cm.

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

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Lot 1005 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

CLOCK WITH MOON PHASE AND ALARM,

Renaissance, indistinctly monogrammed WL (probably Erhard Liechti, died in 1591) and dated 1560.
Wrought iron, in part painted. 4 pillars holding the bell frame, painted red, with 2 bells, one on top of the other. Finely painted dial with window for moon phase, pierced dial with cut-out hour wheel and central coat-of-arms with date. One finely painted hand. Movements with iron cogwheels, arranged on behind the other. Finely shaped bell hammers, striking the hour and half-hour. Paint work of the dial, restored.
16x15x41.5 cm.

CHF 25 000 / 35 000 | (€ 23 360 / 32 710)

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Lot 1052* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

IMPORTANT FAUTEUIL "AUX CARTOUCHES",

Louis XV, after designs by J.A. MEISSONNIER (Jules Aurèle Meissonnier, 1695-1750), probably from the workshop of F. TIETZ (Ferdinand Tietz, 1708-1777), Würzburg ca. 1750.
Beech, molded and finely carved with cartouches, leaves, scrolls and decorative frieze. Blue silk cover, in part damaged. Formerly painted.
61x54x46x103 cm.

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

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Lot 1185 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

LONG-CASE CLOCK "AU VASE",

Louis XVI, the case attributable to F. DUHAMEL (François Duhamel, maître 1750), with Guild stamp, the movement signed ARDIOT A PARIS (Jean Ardiot,maître 1773), Paris ca. 1770/75.
Tulipwood and rosewood in veneer and finely inlaid with reserves and decorative frieze. Enamel dial, 3 fine, pierced and gilt hands. Movement with anchor escapement. Fine, gilt bronze mounts and applications.
H 206 cm.

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

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Lot 1217* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

BUREAU-PLAT WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY,

late Louis XVI, probably by E. LEVASSEUR (Etienne Levasseur, maître 1766), Paris, 18th/19th century.
Ebony and brown tortoiseshell with finely engraved brass inserts in "contre-partie"; flowers, leaves and decorative frieze. Rectangular top with gold-pressed black leather, edged in bronze. Front with 1 drawer. Exquisite matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and sabots. Restorations.
81.5x49x76 cm.

CHF 22 000 / 28 000 | (€ 20 560 / 26 170)

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Lot 1255 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

PAINTED CONSOLE "CAESAR ET CLEOPATRE",

Louis XVI, with signature by JACOB (probably Henri Jacob, maître 1779), Paris ca. 1780/85.
Oak, pierced and fluted, and finely carved with depictions of Caesar and Cleopatra in relief, meander band, beading and decorative frieze, and painted gray. Gray/beige shaped marble top. Old inventory brand EN. Supplements around the circumference.
144x45x79 cm.

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

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Lot 1268* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

SMALL CYLINDER DESK,

Louis XVI, by F. BURY (Ferdinand Bury, maître 1774) and signed I.B. TUART (Jean Baptiste Tuart, maître 1741), Paris ca. 1775.
Tulipwood, amaranth, mahogany and various precious woods, fluted, shaped and in veneer. Pull-out leaf lined with green gold-impressed leather over central drawer, and 1 drawer on each side. Fitted interior with large compartment, on top 3 adjacent drawers and 2 cartonniers lined with matching leather. Retracted top with 3 adjacent drawers. Fine gilt bronze mounts and sabots, and brass fluting. "Carrara" marble top, edged with pierced brass. Free-standing.
100x57.5x(open 76)x114 cm.

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

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Lot 1315 - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

SUITE OF FURNITURE,

Empire, signed JACOB D.R. MESLEE (the collaboration between François Honoré Jacob-Desmalter and Georges Jacob between1803 and 1813), Paris ca. 1810.
Comprising 6 fauteuils "en gondole", 2 chairs "en gondole", 1 large canapé and 1pair of small canapés, so-called "têtes à tête". Wood, finely carved with foliage and decorative frieze, painted beige and parcel-gilt. Pink silk cover. Requires some restoration. The banquettes entirely upholstered with green and blue velour. Plinth "en faux marbre", some chips.The chairs and fauteuils in part with old label "Monsieur Maréchal Soult, Salon & Boudoir".
Fauteuils 60x42x40x86 cm. Chairs 40x40x48x86 cm. Canapé 230x59x44x98 cm and 98x58x44x98 cm.

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

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Lot 1336* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF IMPORTANT VASES "AUX AMOURS",

Empire, from a Parisian master workshop, Paris ca. 1805/10.
Matte and polished gilt bronze. Exquisite applications designed as palmettes, leaves and decorative friezed.
H 54 cm.

CHF 30 000 / 40 000 | (€ 28 040 / 37 380)

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Lot 1249* - A184 Decorative Arts - Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00 AM

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CASKET,

Moscow 1908-17. Maker's mark GS (cyrillic) Grigorij Michailowitsch Sbitnjew
Worked on all sides in cloisonné enamel. The cover decorated with an enamel depiction of the Russian fairy tale of Ivan Tsarevich and the grey wolf. The depiction of the same name by Viktor Vasnetsov probably served as the model.
12x17 cm.

CHF 1 800 / 2 600 | (€ 1 680 / 2 430)

Sold for CHF 31 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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