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FIDEL SPIELENDE FIGUR

FIDEL SPIELENDE FIGUR

In Anlehnung an die Gotik, 16./17. Jh.

Buchsbaum vollrund geschnitzt. Der bärtige Mann sitzend mit übereinander geschlagenen Beinen, auf einer Fidel spielend. Montiert auf mit Samt bezogenem Sockel. Mit alter Inventarnummer 317. Auf der Unterseite der Skulptur alte Sammlungsetikette bez. A 5273 Der fiedelnde ... David. KJA 44413. Zollmarke.

H 20,5 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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CASSONE (MARRIAGE CHEST)

CASSONE (MARRIAGE CHEST)

Renaissance, Florence, 15th century.

Wood and stucco, relief-decorated and gilt. Decorated with lions and lilies. Rectangular chest with a slightly curved front. Hinged cover. Red-patterned velvet display cushion.

152 × 41 × 49.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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LATE GOTHIC CLOCK WITH MOON PHASE BY LIECHTI

LATE GOTHIC CLOCK WITH MOON PHASE BY LIECHTI

Winterthur, monogrammed EL (Erhard Liechti, deceased in 1591) and dated 1775.

Open iron case, the corner pillars decorated with spherical ornaments. Pierced bell cage, decorated with blossoms. Architecturally painted, probably original dial with moon phase, on top of the chapter ring. Alarm disc. The dial, dated 1775. Movements arranged one behind the other. Movement with verge escapement and wheel balance (replaced), striking mechanism, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Small alarm movement, striking on bell. Wooden console, later. Iron weights.

15 × 17 × 39 cm.


Sold for CHF 18 600 (including buyer’s premium)
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FIGURE OF CERES

FIGURE OF CERES

Renaissance, Venice ca. 1600. The plinth monogrammed IC, probably from the workshop of Girolamo Campagna (1549-1625).

Dark patinated bronze. On a pink and black stone base.

Figure H 35 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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CARVED CHAIR

CARVED CHAIR

Renaissance, France, second half of the 16th century.

Opulently carved walnut. Portal-shaped backrests. Seat, modified, presently with removable cushion.

43 x 44 x 93 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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GILT AND SILVER-PLATED BRONZE BOX

GILT AND SILVER-PLATED BRONZE BOX

Renaissance, Southern Germany, Nuremberg or Augsburg, probably of the 19th century.

Metal and bronze, gilt and silver-plated. Rectangular body, the base with one drawer. Architecturally structured on all sides and decorated with herms, putti and mythical beasts, within a border of tendrils. Set with polychrome glass and turquoise cabochons. Hinged cover with analogous design, the inside lined with red velour. Mounted on a later wooden plinth, lined with red velour. The rear and front with four niches, probably originally featuring figures. The inside with old inventory number (805). Small key.

18 × 13 × 12 cm.


Sold for CHF 8 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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CROSS-SHAPED PENDANT

CROSS-SHAPED PENDANT

Byzantine, 5th to 7th century.

Gold. Each arm has a pentagonal cross-section, tapering towards the center, the ends decorated with fine pearl beading. The center with a sapphire cabochon, framed by a pearl frieze. The eyelet, likewise with a pearl frieze.

H 7.1 cm, W 6 cm.


CHF 12 000 / 18 000 | (€ 10 530 / 15 790)

NECKLACE

NECKLACE

In part using elements from Roman Antiquity, 2nd/3rd century A.D.

Amber and gold. Oval medallion with cabochon, probably garnet.

L 42 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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TAPESTRY, PROBABLY FROM A SERIES DEPICTING THE LIFE OF JACOB

TAPESTRY, PROBABLY FROM A SERIES DEPICTING THE LIFE OF JACOB

Brussels or Enghien, ca. 1550/75.

This tapestry features an old bearded man leaning on a stick and being welcomed by a younger man. He is followed by a servant with a long staff, looking back at a seated woman with a child. The background on the left features some embracing figures and a camel behind them. Biblical depiction, probably of the reconciliation between Jacob and his son Joseph, King of Egypt (Genesis 47: 5-6). With a floral border decorated with fruit.

390 × 463 cm.


CHF 30 000 / 50 000 | (€ 26 320 / 43 860)

RELIEFTAFEL MIT MOSES UND DEN ZEHN GEBOTE-TAFELN

RELIEFTAFEL MIT MOSES UND DEN ZEHN GEBOTE-TAFELN

Frankreich, 16./17. Jh.

Weisser, roter, rosafarbener und schwarzer Marmor behauen und graviert. Moses stehend mit den beiden Gesetzestafeln. Profilierte Umrahmung. Verso in Eisenrahmen gefasst.

68 × 86 cm.


CHF 22 000 / 30 000 | (€ 19 300 / 26 320)

RELIQUIENBÜSTE

RELIQUIENBÜSTE

Barock, Italien, 2. Hälfte 17. Jh.

Holz vollrund gearbeitet sowie gefasst und teilvergoldet. Im unteren Teil eine ovale Nische für eine Reliquie.

H 18 cm.


Sold for CHF 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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CABINET

CABINET

Venice, Renaissance, 16th/17th century.

Ebony, walnut and softwood, carved with caryatids, pilasters and meander band, and lacquered black. Opulently painted with tendrils and scrolls in gold. With applied mother-of-pearl, agate, amber, lapis-lazuli and other semi-precious stones. Rectangular body with slightly protruding, hinged top, the inside applied with a mirror, opening up into a compartment. Architectural front with thirteen drawers and a central door.

63.5 × 39 × 57 cm.


Sold for CHF 23 480 (including buyer’s premium)
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ANBETUNG DER HIRTEN

ANBETUNG DER HIRTEN

Renaissance, Italien, frühes 17. Jh. Nach einer Bronzeplakette von GIAN FEDERICO BONZAGNA, dat. 1561.

Schildpatt geschnitzt im Relief sowie goldgehöht. Im Vordergrund das Christuskind in einer geflochtenen Wiege liegend, umsäumt von Maria, Joseph sowie anbetenden Hirten. Im Hintergrund Architektur der Stadt Jerusalem.

15 × 11 cm.

This object contains material of endangered species and is subject to certain trade restrictions. Prospective buyers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import it into another country.


CHF 1 500 / 2 000 | (€ 1 320 / 1 750)

TAPESTRY FROM A SERIES ON THE HISTORY OF TELEMACHUS

TAPESTRY FROM A SERIES ON THE HISTORY OF TELEMACHUS

Urbain and David Leyniers, Brussels 1730. After the story by François de Salignac de la Mothe-Fénelon, known as François Fénelon (1651–1715) and after designs by Jean van Orly and Augustin Coppens.

Scene from the story of Telemachus, probably the battle between Telemachus and Adrastus Menelaus. The two fighters, surrounded by numerous soldiers.

325 × 626 cm.


CHF 30 000 / 50 000 | (€ 26 320 / 43 860)

ALLEGORIC TAPESTRY

ALLEGORIC TAPESTRY

Brussels, 17th century. Signed François van den Hecke (active in Brussels ca. 1625–1675).

Depiction of a young man, surrounded by Jupiter and Minerva (Wisdom), on the right: a bare-chested woman (Luxury) and a woman holding a bridle (Moderation). Framed by pillars on the side, and the top with fruit- and flower garlands.

337 × 347 cm.


CHF 8 000 / 12 000 | (€ 7 020 / 10 530)

SMALL CABINET

SMALL CABINET

Late Renaissance, probably Grisons, dated 1663.

Softwood, pine, walnut and various, in part tinted, fruitwoods, inlaid in geometric friezes and reserves and fleurons. Front with hinged cover, inlaid with two birds on leafy branches. Monogram IF. The leaf, on the inside, inlaid with musical instruments and a book, surrounded by tendrils, and opening up into a central door, framed by seven drawers. The central door opens up into a large compartment and two small drawers. The fronts of the drawers, inlaid with animals, architectural elements and mythological scenes. The door features a putto and a harp. Iron carrying handles. 1 key.

43.5 × 29 × 34 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SET OF SIX CHAIRS AND TWO ARMCHAIRS

A SET OF SIX CHAIRS AND TWO ARMCHAIRS

Italy, 17th century.

Walnut. Padded seat. Backrest with leather lining. Brown leather cover and copper bullen nails.

Chairs: 50 × 46 × 112 cm; Fauteuils: 63 × 60 × 119 cm.


LARGE TAPESTRY FROM AN EIGHT-PIECE SERIES ABOUT THE LIFE OF MARCUS AURELIUS

LARGE TAPESTRY FROM AN EIGHT-PIECE SERIES ABOUT THE LIFE OF MARCUS AURELIUS

Workshop of Michiel Wauters (1648 -1679) or one of his successors, after a drawing by A. van Diepenbeeck (Bois-le-Duc 1596-1675 Antwerp) and P.P. Rubens (Siegen 1577-1640 Antwerp), Antwerp ca. 1655/70.

From the eight-piece series about the life of Marcus Aurelius: A battle scene, featuring the Roman general on horseback in the middle of the action, surrounded by fighting soldiers on horseback and on the ground. Extraordinarily broad border with a central coat-of-arms cartouche. Border, trimmed on the side.

H 405 cm, W 546 cm.


Sold for CHF 27 140 (including buyer’s premium)
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GREEN HORN CLOCK with plinth,

GREEN HORN CLOCK with plinth,

Louis XV, Paris ca. 1750. The movement signed GILLE L'AINE A PARIS (Pierre II. Gilles-Quentain, maître 1746).

Wood, lined with green horn and gilt bronze. The case, glazed on three sides. Relief-decorated brass dial with 24 enamel cartouches and 2 blued hands. Fine movement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Gilt mounts and applications.

36 x 18 x 98 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 063 (including buyer’s premium)
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CABINET ON A STAND

CABINET ON A STAND

Late Renaissance, probably Germany, 17th century.

Walnut, plum and in part tinted fruit woods and exotic woods, opulently and finely inlaid with animals and architectural motifs. Rectangular body. Front with eight drawers, 2 doors and a double-door. The double-door opens up into four drawers and a compartment. Later stand, with twisted legs connected by an H-stretcher.

94 × 36 × 68 cm.


IMPORTANT COMMODE

IMPORTANT COMMODE

Louis XIV/Régence, François Lieutaud (ca.1665–1748), Attributable to, Paris ca. 1710/20.

Ebony in veneer, inlaid with geometric brass fillets. Opulent, finely embossed and gilt bronze mounts, designed as leaf friezes, fleurons, satyr heads and rocailles. Escutcheon, decorated with lion heads. Rectangular body with curved front, the corners decorated with brass fluting. Five drawers in four rows. Shaped brown/grey speckled marble top, replaced. 1 key.

115 × 56.5 × 85 cm.


CHF 25 000 / 35 000 | (€ 21 930 / 30 700)

LARGE BOULLE PENDULE ON PLINTH

LARGE BOULLE PENDULE ON PLINTH

Régence/Louis XV, France, Paris, ca. 1730/40. The dial signed Bunon à Paris (probably Antoine Robert Bunon).

Curved case, decorated with brown tortoiseshell and inlaid with engraved brass flowers and tendrils. Gilt bronze mounts. Dial with enamel cartouches, indicating the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. 1 key.

50 x 25 x 111 cm.

This object contains material of endangered species and is subject to certain trade restrictions. Prospective buyers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import it into another country.


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

IMPORTANT, FINELY CARVED CONSOLE "AUX DRAGONS"

IMPORTANT, FINELY CARVED CONSOLE "AUX DRAGONS"

Régence, Northern France or Germany ca. 1725/30.

Wood, opulently carved with rocailles, flowers, leaves and latticework, and gilt. Red/white marble top. Curved legs, entwined by dragons, and connected by a broad stretcher featuring a hunting dog with a swan.

143 × 66.5 x 85 cm.


CHF 12 000 / 20 000 | (€ 10 530 / 17 540)

BOULLE CLOCK ON PLINTH

BOULLE CLOCK ON PLINTH

Louis XIV, Paris ca. 1730/40. Movement and dial, signed André Hory à Paris (maître ca. 1700–1750).

Wooden case with Boulle marquetry, red tinted tortoiseshell, in part engraved and inlaid with engraved brass. Opulent gilt bronze mounts. Scrolled lower corners on spherical feet. Brass dial with white enamel cartouches. Movement, converted to Brocot escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Plinth with five curved supports. 1 winding key. Key to door, missing.

38 × 20 × 111 cm.

This object contains material of endangered species and is subject to certain trade restrictions. Prospective buyers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import it into another country.


CHF 8 000 / 12 000 | (€ 7 020 / 10 530)

MADONNA MIT KIND

MADONNA MIT KIND

Barock, Rom, um 1700. Umkreis des Giuseppe Mazza (1653–1741).

Terrakotta vollrund gearbeitet sowie polychrom bemalt. Sitzend auf Felsensockel.

H 50,5 cm.


CHF 4 000 / 7 000 | (€ 3 510 / 6 140)