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PAINTED PANEL FRAGMENT,

PAINTED PANEL FRAGMENT,

Saitic, Egypt ca. 600 B.C.

Finely painted wood; scene from the Death Ritual, and several sacrificial gifts. On a modern mount.

H 36 cm. W 17 cm.

Sold for CHF 11 875 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

ROMAN MUMMY MASK OF A WOMAN,

ROMAN MUMMY MASK OF A WOMAN,

Egypt, Roman Empire, 2nd century A.D.

Finely painted stucco. Idealized head of a woman, with wavy hair and fine, almond-shaped glass eyes. Front of the bust, missing and broken off at the base of the neck.

H 22 cm.

Sold for CHF 4 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

From the workshop of BENEDETTO DA MAIANO

From the workshop of BENEDETTO DA MAIANO

(1442 Florence 1497)

Mary and Jesus with St. John the Baptist as a young boy, surrounded by two seraphim. Relief in stucco, painted.

H 68.5 cm. W 46.5 cm.

Sold for CHF 31 700 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

MADONNA AND CHILD ON CRESCENT MOON,

MADONNA AND CHILD ON CRESCENT MOON,

Gothic, Salzburg area, ca. 1430/40.

Lime, carved and painted, verso hollowed. The paintwork retouched. The crown and Mary's hand, partly restored and replaced. The clothing re-touched.

H 137 cm.

Sold for CHF 20 900 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

RARE GILT BRONZE OF A CRUCIFIX,

RARE GILT BRONZE OF A CRUCIFIX,

Romanesque, Swabia, 2nd half of the 12th century.

Cast bronze, engraved and embossed, with strong original fire gilding. The back, open. Losses in the gilding. Black, leather-covered case, the inside lined with blue fabric.

H 19.8 cm, W 17.8 cm.

Sold for CHF 34 100 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

MARY, FROM AN ANNUNCIATION GROUP,

MARY, FROM AN ANNUNCIATION GROUP,

Austria ca. 1390. From the circle of the Master Craftsman of Grosslobming.

Wood, carved all around. Polychrome paintwork. Restorations.

H 121 cm.

Sold for CHF 48 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE WITH "ARTE POVERA" PAINTING,

COMMODE WITH "ARTE POVERA" PAINTING,

Louis XV, Northern Italy ca.1760/70.

Wood, painted all around with "Arte Povera". Front with 2 drawers. Bronze mounts. Requires restoration.

1287x49x92 cm.

Sold for CHF 8 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF STOOLS,

PAIR OF STOOLS,

Louis XV, Northern Italy, probably Genoa ca.1740/50.

Wood, finely carved with shells, leaves and decorative frieze, and gilt. Pale pink silk velour cover, patterned with colorful flowers and leaves.

D 40 cm. H 45 cm.

Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

OVAL MIRROR,

OVAL MIRROR,

Louis XV, Northern Italy ca. 1750.

Wood, pierced and opulently carved with cartouches, foliage and decorative frieze, and gilt. Gilding restored. Mirror glass, later.

H 175 cm. W 122 cm.

Sold for CHF 4 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

IMPORTANT MIRROR "AUX CARTOUCHES",

IMPORTANT MIRROR "AUX CARTOUCHES",

Louis XV, Genoa ca. 1750.

Pierced wood, finely carved with cartouches, leaves, garlands and decorative frieze, and gilt. Old mirror glass. Gilding restored.

H 203 cm. W 98 cm.

Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE,

COMMODE,

Baroque, Piedmont, ca. 1700/20.

Walnut and burlwood, shaped and in veneer, parcel-gilt and ebonized. Protruding top with shaped edge, gilt border of lambrequins. Front with 3 drawers. Bronze mounts and knobs.

140x57x90 cm.

Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS,

PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS,

Germany, ca. 1790. Signed ANTON BAUMAN IN MÜNCHEN.

Walnut stocks decorated with flowers, 1 repaired. Octagonal barrels (L 29 cm), burnished, Cal 12 mm, rifled. Signed in silver IN MÜNCHEN, mark AB struck in silver. Sighted barrel. Flat lock-plates and cocks. The plates signed ANTON BAUMAN. Smoothly polished iron mounts. The stocks with Inventory Nos. 33 and 44, and owner's sign "Zwei Fische" ("Two Fish"). Ramrods with horn tips.

L 42.5 cm.

Sold for CHF 3 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS,

PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS,

France, ca. 1750.

Carved walnut stocks. Round barrels (L 9 cm), Cal. 10.3 mm, rifled. Octagonal chamber part with gilded lilies and tendrils. Flat lock plates and cocks. Plates monogrammed DC. Lateral plate with medallion. Grip caps decorated with a warrior bust. One stock and one cock, repaired.

L 18 cm.

Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS,

PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS,

Italy, mid-17th century. Signed LAZARINO COMINAZZO.

Carved walnut stocks, finely inlaid with iron in a design of tendrils, foliage and blossoms. Twelve-point barrels (L 40 cm), Cal. 12.5 mm, the chamber part accentuated with engraved leaf pattern. Flat lock-plates, the cocks screwed on the inside, decorated with carved foliage. Iron mounts. Long belt swivels, wooden ramrods with iron tips. One stock broken.

L 58 cm.

Sold for CHF 36 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

HORN,

HORN,

Flemish or German, 17th century.

Cow horn. The ring, the sound hole and the mouth piece in silver. Marked TH.

L 43 cm.

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

HORN,

HORN,

England, 2nd half of the 19th century.

Cow horn and silver-plated metal mounts. Decorated with Diana and deer. Engraved cartouche inscribed: Presented to M. George Gray by the members of the hearis of Oak Quadrille Assemly, Bathgate, Friday, 5th March; 1875.

L 43 cm.

Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

HUNTING HORN / "OLIFANT",

HUNTING HORN / "OLIFANT",

Portugal, probably ca. 1480.

Ivory, octagonally carved, and silver mounts engraved with foliage and with a circumferential inscription: EL PODER EN DIOS. 2 eyelets. Fine cracks.

L 40 cm.

Sold for CHF 96 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

CIRCULAR TRUMPET WITH FIVE INSERTS,

CIRCULAR TRUMPET WITH FIVE INSERTS,

Paris, 19th century. Signed JAHN À PARIS.

Brass. Wooden box with iron reinforcements. Signs of wear and dents. Box with cracks.

43x30x28 cm.

Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

SIGNAL HORN / "OLIFANT",

SIGNAL HORN / "OLIFANT",

Germany, mid-19th century.

Ivory, carved all around with a depiction of the hunt of a stag with dogs and hunters on horseback. The end designed as the head of a dog, with a mouth piece. 1 eyelet missing and 1 tip of the leaf missing on the sound hole. Losses and repairs.

L 56 cm.

Sold for CHF 4 375 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COMMODE,

COMMODE,

Louis XV, in the style of M. FUNK (Mathaeus Funk, 1697-1783), Bern, 18th century.

Walnut, burlwood and domestic fruitwoods in veneer, inlaid with reserves and fillets. The front with 2 sans-traverse drawers. Fine bronze mounts and drop handles. Top restored.

118x68x75 cm.

Sold for CHF 3 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF EVANGELISTS,

PAIR OF EVANGELISTS,

Baroque, Central Italy ca. 1700.

Gilt bronze and silver-plated bronze. Verso hollowed and filled with wooden core. Some losses. The gilding, in part strongly rubbed.

H 60 cm.

Sold for CHF 14 900 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF FIGURES (EVANGELISTS?) IN 3/4 RELIEF,

PAIR OF FIGURES (EVANGELISTS?) IN 3/4 RELIEF,

Italy or France, ca. 1700.

Bronze, parcel-gilt, verso open. The base, later filled with lead. Cracked.

H 36 cm.

Sold for CHF 5 375 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PAIR OF NARROW TRUMEAU MIRRORS,

PAIR OF NARROW TRUMEAU MIRRORS,

Louis XV, probably after designs by J.M. HOPPENHAUPT (Johann Michael Hoppenhaupt, 1719 Berlin 1785), Potsdam ca. 1745/50.

Pierced wood, exquisitely carved with cartouches, flowers, foliage and decorative frieze, and gilt.

H 216 cm. W 97 cm.

Sold for CHF 25 998 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

LARGE BOULLE CLOCK WITH PLINTH,

LARGE BOULLE CLOCK WITH PLINTH,

Régence, the dial and movement signed PIERRE ROUSSEAU A PARIS (Pierre Rousseau, maître ca. 1720), Paris ca. 1730.

Brown tortoiseshell, finely inlaid with brass; flowers, leaves, lozenge fillets and decorative frieze. Bronze dial with 12 enamel cartouches for the hours. 2 hands. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Opulent mounts and applications. Some supplements on the case and on the plinth.

36x28x142 cm.

Sold for CHF 6 250 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

BOULLE CLOCK WITH PLINTH,

BOULLE CLOCK WITH PLINTH,

Régence, the dial and movement signed CAILLE A PARIS (Claude Salomon Caille, maître 1739), Paris ca. 1740.

Brown tortoiseshell, finely inlaid with brass; flowers, leaves, cartouches and decorative frieze. Bronze dial with 24 enamel cartouches for the hours and the minutes. 2 hands. Original movement with anchor escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Opulent brass mounts and applications.

45x21x128 cm.

Sold for CHF 8 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.