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SMALL TABLE BELL,

SMALL TABLE BELL,

so-called "campanella da tavola", Renaissance, Northern Italy ca. 1650.

Dark patinated bronze. Replaced handle designed as Venus crouching.

H 13.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 550 (including buyer’s premium)
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TABLE BELL,

TABLE BELL,

so-called "campanella da tavola", Renaissance, signed JOSEPH DE LEVIS VER(ona) F(ecit) (Joseph de Levis, according to historical sources between 1577 and 1605), Verona, end of the 16th century.

Burnished bronze. Some losses.

H 15.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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CLOCK WITH MOON PHASE AND ALARM,

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.


Sold for CHF 38 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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LARGE SIDEBOARD,

LARGE SIDEBOARD,

so-called "credenza", Tuscany, 17th century.

Fluted and shaped walnut. Front with double-doors below similar drawers, flanked by 3 fluted pilaster strips. Wooden knobs. Iron lock. Supplements. Requires some restoration.

195x58x116 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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FIGURE OF A MONASTIC SAINT,

FIGURE OF A MONASTIC SAINT,

probably Bernard of Clairvaux, Burgundy, 14th/15th century.

Sculptured limestone. Parts of the hand, the staff, parts of the folds of his habit, and the tip of the nose broken off.

H 84 cm.


Sold for CHF 17 300 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF BRONZE HORSES,

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.


Sold for CHF 55 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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SAINT DAMIAN,

SAINT DAMIAN,

Southern Germany or Austria, 17th century.

Wood, carved all around and painted. Losses in the base area. Paint work slightly retouched.

H 82 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 400 (including buyer’s premium)
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GUILD CASKET OR DOCUMENT STORAGE BOX,

GUILD CASKET OR DOCUMENT STORAGE BOX,

early Baroque, probably Zurich or Winterthur ca.1700.

Shaped walnut, in part ebonized. Central drawer. The front and back opulently paneled.The sides with finely sculpted handles. The inside lined with "Herrnhuter" pasted paper. Additional drawer, secret compartment and mechanism for the lateral secret drawer in the frame. Original tin-plated iron locks, hinges and mounts.

70x49x49 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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GAMES BOARD,

GAMES BOARD,

Baroque, probably Augsburg ca. 1650.

Walnut and various fruitwoods, exquisitely inlaid with animals, nuts, flower garlands, reserves and decorative frieze. Rectangular, hinged body. The recessed top inlaid with a checker board, verso with a board for Nine Men's Morris, the inside with a "Back Gammon" board. Fine iron mounts.

48x48.5x(open 97)x12.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 16 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL CABINET,

SMALL CABINET,

Baroque, German, 17th century.

Walnut, cherrywood and domestic fruitwoods in veneer, finely inlaid with an architectural scene, a group of human figures, stylized flowers, leaves and decorative frieze. Front with hinge, finely inlaid leaf. Fitted interior with central door surrounded by 18 drawers in part of different sizes. Iron mounts. Requires some restoration. On a later stand.

49.5x41.5x59 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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SILVER NAUTILUS CUP,

SILVER NAUTILUS CUP,

probably Netherlands 2nd half of the 17th century. The rim mount marked.

The nautilus shell with carving in low relief and engraving of insects heightened in black ink, the execution of which probably attributed to the Bellekien family of artists (also known as Belquien and Belkien, active in the 2nd half of the 17th century). The rim mount marked and likewise to be assigned to the 17th century. The c-scroll side brackets, stem and base of a later date. The nautilus shell with repaired area.

H ca. 30 cm.


Sold for CHF 23 300 (including buyer’s premium)
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CONSOLE "AUX  MASCARONS",

CONSOLE "AUX MASCARONS",

Louis XV, Rome ca. 1750.

Wood, opulently carved with grotesque faces, leaves, cartouches, rocailles, scrolls and flowers. "Rosso di Verona" marble top. Gilding, slightly chipped.

175x70x100 cm.


Sold for CHF 12 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF ARM-CHAIRS,

PAIR OF ARM-CHAIRS,

Louis XV, Veneto ca. 1750.

Walnut, molded, shaped and in part pierced. Seat "à chassis". Backrest with padded armrests on curved arm supports. Light-beige velour cover.

66x59x44x101 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF LACQUER WALL ENCOIGNURES,

PAIR OF LACQUER WALL ENCOIGNURES,

Louis XV, Venice, 18th century.

Wood, lacquered on all sides. Bronze mounts.

45x30x90 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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MARBLE GROUP OF SLEEPING CUPIDS,

MARBLE GROUP OF SLEEPING CUPIDS,

Baroque, Rome ca. 1730.

"Carrara" marble. Two sleeping Cupids as an Allegory of Sleep, on an oval base. Some chips.

L 58.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 031 (including buyer’s premium)
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SAINT APOLLONIA,

SAINT APOLLONIA,

Southern Germany ca. 1740.

Pinewood, carved, verso flattened and painted. Paint work, retouched and partly rubbed. Repairs on the base.

H 73 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL EARTHENWARE BARREL,

SMALL EARTHENWARE BARREL,

Altenburg, ca. 1660/70.

In ocher and red. Decorated on all sides with medallions of the Elector of Saxony, the Saxon Electoral coat of arms and a further coat of arms with crest. The Lamb of God (Agnus Dei) and a pelican on the lateral bottoms.

L 26 cm, H 22 cm. Chip on the edge, minor restorations.


Sold for CHF 8 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF FIREPLACE CHENETS "AUX CHEVAUX AILLES",

PAIR OF FIREPLACE CHENETS "AUX CHEVAUX AILLES",

Baroque, the Netherlands, 17th century.

Bronze.

H 70 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL EARTHENWARE BARREL,

SMALL EARTHENWARE BARREL,

Waldenburg, ca. 1640/50.

Stoneware, in gray and brown on two supports. Depicting lovers in historic costumes. Smooth bottoms. Barrel hoops and cover mounted in tin.

14 x 16 cm. One relief, chipped. Small old chips on the rim. Minimal traces of restorations.


Sold for CHF 8 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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EARTHENWARE BOTTLE ('KRUKE') WITH A SCREW-ON LID AND A TIN MOUNT,

EARTHENWARE BOTTLE ('KRUKE') WITH A SCREW-ON LID AND A TIN MOUNT,

Saxony, Annaberg, second half of the 17th century.

Brown-glazed earthenware, painted with enamel colors in red, white, blue and yellow. Traces of gold accents. Tin mount.

H 19 cm. Restored.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF FAIENCE PITCHERS,

PAIR OF FAIENCE PITCHERS,

Nuremberg, ca. 1730.

Faience pitchers with a tin cover. Base likewise edged in tin. Painted with so-called 'Vögelesdekor' in blue on a light-blue ground. One pitcher with glazed bottom, the other one unglazed.

H 27 cm, including thumb rest.


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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OVAL FAIENCE PLATTER 'FLEURS FINES',

OVAL FAIENCE PLATTER 'FLEURS FINES',

Strasbourg, from the period of Paul Hannong, ca. 1754-1762.

Façon d'argent, painted with free-hand flowers, a tulip and a rose, and scattered flowers in the well and on the lip. Brown line around the rim. Ligated PH mark in blue.

L 34 cm.


Sold for CHF 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAINTED LACQUER CABINET "A FLEURS",

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.


Sold for CHF 84 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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LACQUER CHEST,

LACQUER CHEST,

George III, England ca. 1770.

Wood, lacquered all-around in the "goût chinois"; on a black ground. Fine bronze mounts, handles and decorative borders. Lacquer, restored. Some losses.

115x69x74 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF SCONCES,

PAIR OF SCONCES,

Baroque, Southern German, 18th century.

Chased silver, the wall plate decorated with exquisite leaves and decorative frieze, the mirror decorated with beading. Curved light branch with broad drip plate and vase-shaped nozzle.

H 39 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.