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LARGE MAIOLICA ALBARELLO,

LARGE MAIOLICA ALBARELLO,

Venice, workshop of Domenico da Venezia, c. 1570.

"Fiori e Frutti" decoration, foliate tendrils and scrolled decoration on cobalt blue ground. With a portrait on both sides, one of a bearded man, the other of a lady with pearl earring, each within a volute cartouche,

H 38 cm, D 25 cm.

Sold for CHF 9 050 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

LARGE MAIOLICA ALBARELLO,

LARGE MAIOLICA ALBARELLO,

Venice, workshop of Domenico da Venezia, c. 1570.

"Fiori e Frutti" decoration, foliate tendrils and scrolled decoration on cobalt blue ground. The front with female portrait in a volute cartouche, the reverse with a reserve with the title "MOSTARDA F A" between volutes and bearded male heads.

H 38 cm, D 25 cm.

Sold for CHF 7 400 (including buyer’s premium)
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LARGE MAIOLICA PLATE "DA POMPA",

LARGE MAIOLICA PLATE "DA POMPA",

Pesaro or Casteldurante, late 16th century/beginning of the 17th century.

Stand for a large water ewer "bacile di versatore“. The centre with depiction of the antique mythological scene "Apollo und Daphne" within three circular bands with grotesque decoration in Compendiario style with depictions of satyrs, birds and scrollwork in between antique medallions on a white ground.

D 45 cm. Restored.

Sold for CHF 8 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

probably Italy, 18th century. With maker's mark: GM.

H each approx. 20.5 cm. Total 683 g.

Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

Turin 18th century. Maker's mark: ALC.

H each approx. 17.4 cm. Total 543 g.

Sold for CHF 1 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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MAIOLICA "SCRAFFITO" BOWL,

MAIOLICA "SCRAFFITO" BOWL,

Ferrara, 16th century.

Light green glaze with sgraffito details and a coat of arms in the centre, painted in green and ochre yellow.

D 29 cm. Repaired.

Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF SMALL MASS JUGS,

PAIR OF SMALL MASS JUGS,

probably Spain end of the 17th / early 18th century. With illegible hallmarks.

H each c. 13.5 cm. Total 277 g.

Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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MAIOLICA "GHIRLANDA DI FRUTTA",

MAIOLICA "GHIRLANDA DI FRUTTA",

Florence, Della Robbia workshop, probably 15th/16th century.

Naturalistically modelled and painted. Mounted on a metal ring.

D 62 cm/41 cm/11 cm. Repairs and supplements.

Sold for CHF 19 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

Turin, 18th century. Maker's mark indistinct.

H each approx. 27.5 cm. Total 1399 g.

Sold for CHF 2 508 (including buyer’s premium)
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ALBARELLO "BIANCHI DI FAENZA",

ALBARELLO "BIANCHI DI FAENZA",

Faenza, late 16th/beginning of the 17th century.

Painted in blue, ochre and yellow. With a coat of arms with helmet decoration in a blue foliate border above two double lines with the inscription "UNG DIFFENZIVO".

H 17 cm.

Sold for CHF 950 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS,

Venice, 18th century. Maker's mark: probably ARF.

H each approx. 20 cm. Total 1027 g.

Sold for CHF 2 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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TRAY WITH HANDLES,

TRAY WITH HANDLES,

Rome 1750-1780. Maker's mark indistinct.

Approx. 39x52.5 cm. Approx. 1760 g.

Sold for CHF 2 964 (including buyer’s premium)
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JUG,

JUG,

probably Italy 18th century. With maker's mark.

H approx. 21 cm. 505 g.

Sold for CHF 2 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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SILVER-GILT COFFEE POT,

SILVER-GILT COFFEE POT,

Augsburg 1707-11. Maker's mark: Johann Ludwig Schoap I.

H approx. 15 cm. Approx. 434 g.

Sold for CHF 3 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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SILVER-GILT PALM CUP,

SILVER-GILT PALM CUP,

Augsburg, probably end of the 17th century. With indistinct maker's mark and import mark of Austria / Hungary of the 19th century

H 5.6 cm. 90 g.

Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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BÖTTGER STONEWARE TEAPOT AND COVER,

BÖTTGER STONEWARE TEAPOT AND COVER,

Meissen, model by Johann Jacob Irminger, c. 1710.

Reddish-brown, polished stoneware with unpolished relief elements. Of octagonal, conical form with curved spout with eagle head and curved handle. With a cartouche with unpolished crowned coat of arms in the field between the handle attachments, the field above the spout with a mask issuing a connecting support to the spout. The polished cover with palmette finial. Potter's mark: five-pointed star incised below the attachment of the handle.

H 10 cm. D 10.5 cm. Old repair to the handle (Lepke auction, 1925 "gekittet" (cemented)).

Sold for CHF 43 700 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

NEF,

NEF,

Nuremberg, early 17th century. Mark of Esaias zur Linden.

Parcel gilt. The hull chased with wave decoration and sea monsters. The hull with four armed figures. The rigging and stem renewed.

H c. 44 cm. 697 g.

Sold for CHF 114 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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PROFFERING BOWL,

PROFFERING BOWL,

Augsburg 1745-47. Maker's mark: Elias Jäger II.

H approx. 13.5 cm. 301 g.

Sold for CHF 1 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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BOWL WITH OPENWORK AND RARE KAKIEMON DECORATION,

BOWL WITH OPENWORK AND RARE KAKIEMON DECORATION,

Meissen, c. 1730. Aeskulapstab mark (1722 to 1731).

The form and decoration after a Japanese model, ominaeshi and bamboo. The edge with pierced decoration of overlapping rings, painted in Kakiemon style. Underglaze blue caduceus mark, incised mark / in the base ring.

D 15.2 cm. Minor edge chip.

Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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PLATTER WITH RARE KAKIEMON-STYLE DECORATION,

PLATTER WITH RARE KAKIEMON-STYLE DECORATION,

Meissen, model by J. J. Kändler, c. 1734, formed and painted c. 1735-1740.

Model with "Altem Ausschnitt". With a jumping blue lion behind a bamboo cane with a winding stem of flowering peony, a large peony bouquet on the right, and with three 'indianische' flower sprigs on the rim. Brown edge line. Underglaze blue sword mark, incised mark // and former's mark for Johann Elias Grund.

D 29.5 cm. Small repair to the edge.

Sold for CHF 4 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

SMALL BOX AND COVER,

SMALL BOX AND COVER,

Augsburg 1673-77. Maker's mark: Johann Beckert.

Inscribed on the base: "Maria Rosina Müllerin, sit dieses, von ihrem Liebsten verett worden, den 5 August, Anno 1689."

6x5 cm. 49 g.

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

SILVER-GILT PINEAPPLE GOBLET,

SILVER-GILT PINEAPPLE GOBLET,

probably Germany, 17th century. Unmarked.

H 27 cm. Approx. 215 g.

Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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CUP AND SAUCER WITH "WACHTELDEKOR",

CUP AND SAUCER WITH "WACHTELDEKOR",

Meissen, c. 1735.

Of octagonal form, painted in Kakiemon style with a pair of quail flanked by a flowering prunus tree and Kikyô bush, brown edge lines. Cup with underglaze blue sword mark, incised mark II (cup), former's mark . . (saucer).

H 6 cm, D 13.3 cm.

Sold for CHF 2 000 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PLATE WITH OPENWORK AND "EICHHÖRNCHEN-DEKOR",

PLATE WITH OPENWORK AND "EICHHÖRNCHEN-DEKOR",

Meissen, design probably by Johann Friedrich Eberlein and Johann Gottlieb Ehder, c. 1740-1750.

Painted in Kakiemon style with grapes and a flying squirrel amidst a rice hedge with tendrils. Underglaze blue sword mark, Pressnummer 21.

D 23.3 cm.

Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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BOX AND COVER,

BOX AND COVER,

Nuremberg 2nd half of the 18th century. Maker's mark: Georg Andreas Brenner.

H approx. 15 cm. 250 g.

Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.