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BOULLE CLOCK "TÊTE DE POUPÉE"

BOULLE CLOCK "TÊTE DE POUPÉE"

Régence, Paris ca. 1710, attributable to André-Charles Boulle, the movement signed Thuret à Paris (Jacques III Thuret, 1669 – 1738).

Wooden case, decorated with brown horn and brass, inlaid in the form of tendrils and scrolls. Gilt bronze front, opulently decorated. Bronze dial with white enamel cartouches and Roman numerals. Movement, converted to anchor escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Movement requires revision. Enamel cartouches, in part cracked. Signature plaque on the front, missing.

36 × 16 × 75 cm.


Sold for CHF 22 260 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

BAROMETER

BAROMETER

Louis XIV, France ca. 1690–1700. Signed C. Leret à Rouen.

Wood, in part ebonized, and purpleheart in veneer. Engraved, gilt brass dial.

H 106 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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"BÖTTGER" STONEWARE KENDI

"BÖTTGER" STONEWARE KENDI

Meissen, ca. 1710-13.

After a Chinese Yixing model. Collection label with Inv. No. 1.

H 17.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 8 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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"BÖTTGER" STONEWARE TEA POT AND LID

"BÖTTGER" STONEWARE TEA POT AND LID

Meissen, ca. 1710, model by Johann Jakob Irminger.

Red brown, polished stoneware with unpolished reliefed elements. Octagonal, conical shape with curved spout, featuring the head of an eagle, and curved handle. Unpolished, crowned coat-of-arms cartouche and mascaron. Polished lid with palm finial.

H 9.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 97 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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CHANDELIER "AUX BUSTES DE FEMMES ET DE BACCHUS"

CHANDELIER "AUX BUSTES DE FEMMES ET DE BACCHUS"

Louis XIV, Paris ca. 1700/10. Atelier of André Charles Boulle (1642 - 1732).

Bronze, chiseled and punched, and fire gilt. Six curved light branches, mounted to busts of women and Bacchus.

D 67 cm, H 60 cm.


Sold for CHF 34 460 (including buyer’s premium)
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BOULLE-PENDULE D'ALCOVE ON PLINTH

BOULLE-PENDULE D'ALCOVE ON PLINTH

Régence, France, 18th century. The dial and movement, signed Courtois à Cambray.

Curved wooden case, decorated with brown tortoise shell and inlaid with engraved brass. Opulent bronze mounts, designed as leaves, rocailles and espagnolettes. Door bronze featuring an angel and an hourglass. Bronze dial with enamel cartouches, displaying the hours in Roman numerals. Movement, converted to Brocco anchor escapement, striking the 3/4-hour on three bells on demand. 1 key.

33 × 18 × 85 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 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

SMALL COMMODE

SMALL COMMODE

Louis XV, Paris ca. 1760. Signed IC SAVNIER (Jean-Charles Saunier, maître 1743) and with the guild stamp.

Amaranth, tulipwood and satinwood, inlaid in fillets and reserves, and in part in veneer. Front with three drawers. Feet with bronze sabots. Green-red marble top, probably "Campan grand mélange" marble. 1 key.

69 × 41 × 84 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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TWO MODELS OF SMALL SWANS

TWO MODELS OF SMALL SWANS

Meissen, models by Johann Joachim Kändler and Peter Reinicke, probably ca. 1747.

One model with traces of a blue sword mark on the unglazed bottom.

H 13 cm.


Sold for CHF 8 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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RARE MODEL OF A TOWNHOUSE

RARE MODEL OF A TOWNHOUSE

Meissen, model by J. J. Kändler and P. Reinicke ca. 1743, moulded ca. 1760.

Three-story building with a rectangular layout, with windows all-around, an attic, an arched entrance on one side, and a red tile roof with three dormer windows and two chimneys. Traces of a blue sword mark with dot.

17.8 x 12.5 x 8.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 29 580 (including buyer’s premium)
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ANTEPENDIUM / LITURGICAL TEXTILE

ANTEPENDIUM / LITURGICAL TEXTILE

Italy, probably Rome (Vatican City State), beginning of the 18th century.

Woven and embroidered with silver- and gold-thread. Central monogram of Christ IHS surrounded by four applied Papal coats-of-arms with the crossed keys of St. Peter and the tiara. Floral decoration.

67 × 60 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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DESK

DESK

Baroque, probably Sweden, 18th century.

Birch burlwood and birch. Front with three drawers. Brass mounts, designed as crowned medallions, flanked by two swans. 3 keys.

150 × 80 × 56 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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RARE BOTTLE

RARE BOTTLE

Du Paquier, ca. 1730-35.

Rare bottle, extensively decorated. Cork stoppers with a metal mount. No mark.

H 17.8 cm.


Sold for CHF 27 140 (including buyer’s premium)
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RARE OPULENT MIRROR

RARE OPULENT MIRROR

Baroque, Venice, 18th century.

Wood, carved with scrolls, flowers and leaves, and parcel-gilt. In part, lacquered brown, in part painted to look like tortoise shell, and painted in gold, and with mother-of-pearl inlays.

169 × 111 cm.


Sold for CHF 10 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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BEAKER WITH "HAUSMALER" CHINOISERIE DECORATION

BEAKER WITH "HAUSMALER" CHINOISERIE DECORATION

Meissen, ca. 1722-25.

The paintwork probably from the same time period, featuring a circumferential Chinese garden scene. The inside and edges, painted in iron red, the base with gilt edge. No mark.

H 7.7 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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IMPORTANT CYLINDRICAL JUG, WITH A COURTLY SCENE

IMPORTANT CYLINDRICAL JUG, WITH A COURTLY SCENE

Meissen, ca. 1723-24. The paintwork, attributed to Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1696-1775).

Depiction of a gallant scene featuring ladies and gentlemen playing cards in a park landscape, in an underglaze blue and gold-framed cartouche with foliage and bands in iron red and gold. No mark.

H 16.5 cm (19 cm).


Sold for CHF 90 580 (including buyer’s premium)
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PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK

PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK

Royal Porcelain Manufactory, Berlin ca. 1760/70. Underglaze blue scepter mark in blue.

Porcelain, with a white glaze. Curved case, on rocaille feet. Decorated with applied flowers and leaves, and acanthus leaves in relief. White, star-shaped, wavy dial with the hours indicated in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. Pierced hands. Movement with anchor escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Movement and dial, fitted in the 19th century.

39 × 16 × 60 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

RARE MODEL OF A PEACOCK

RARE MODEL OF A PEACOCK

Meissen, ca. 1741, model by Johann Joachim Kändler.

Naturalistically modeled, painted in blue and green, and accentuated in gold. No mark, impressed number 26. Inventory number P. E. 28 in green.

23.5 x 22.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 21 040 (including buyer’s premium)
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COMMODE

COMMODE

Rococo, Italy, Naples ca. 1740/50.

Walnut burlwood, purpleheart and tulipwood, inlaid as stars in reserves. Convex body with curved legs in sabots. Front with two drawers (bottom replaced). "Brocatello di Siena" marble top (repaired). 1 key.

147 x 67 x 96 cm.


Sold for CHF 10 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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TWO MODELS OF ORIOLES WITH A GILT BRONZE MOUNT

TWO MODELS OF ORIOLES WITH A GILT BRONZE MOUNT

Meissen, models by Johann Joachim Kändler from 1733/34, later mouldings ca. 1740/47 by Johann Gottfried Ehder and Peter Reinicke, respectively. Gilt bronze plinths, France, 19th century.

Each bird in black and yellow, with differently painted plumage. Traces of an underglaze blue sword mark and press number 26 on the underside of one bird.

H 25.5 cm (28.5 cm).


Sold for CHF 102 780 (including buyer’s premium)
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COAT-OF-ARMS CARTOUCHE

COAT-OF-ARMS CARTOUCHE

Rococo, probably Bavarian, dated 1765.

Wood, carved, painted, and parcel-gilt. With two coats-of-arms, one of which features a Bishop's hat and staff on top. Inscribed FAZS. Verso with indistinct inscription, probably "Ignatius Holzinger ...".

93 × 100 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

DUCHESSE BRISÉE

DUCHESSE BRISÉE

Rococo style, Veneto, 18th/19th century.

Wood, carved with rocailles and leaves, and moulded and gilt. In two parts. Padded seat. Pink, florally-patterned damask cover. Borders, missing.

90 × 210 × 100 cm.


Sold for CHF 6 000 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

ELEGANT ROCOCO COMMODE

ELEGANT ROCOCO COMMODE

Genoa ca. 1750.

Rosewood, inlaid with rosettes and fillets. Front with two drawers, the upper drawer sans-traverse. Pierced, gilt bronze handles and escutcheons. Shaped "Brocatello di Siena" marble top. 1 key.

117 × 63 × 88 cm.


Sold for CHF 34 460 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

PANTALONE FROM THE COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE FOR THE DUKE OF WEISSENFELS

PANTALONE FROM THE COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE FOR THE DUKE OF WEISSENFELS

Meissen, ca. 1744, model by Johann Joachim Kändler and Peter Reinicke.

With a white coat over an iron red vest and knickerbockers, yellow shoes. The base, with applied blossoms and leaves.

H 12.8 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

COLUMBINE FROM THE COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE FOR THE DUKE OF WEISSENFELS

COLUMBINE FROM THE COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE FOR THE DUKE OF WEISSENFELS

Meissen, ca. 1744, model by Johann Joachim Kändler and Peter Reinicke.

Lozenge-patterned vest with a blue bow over a flower-patterned skirt, the slapstick in her left hand. No mark.

H 13.8 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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SCAPINO FROM THE COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE SERIES FOR THE DUKE OF WEISSENFELS

SCAPINO FROM THE COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE SERIES FOR THE DUKE OF WEISSENFELS

Meissen, ca. 1744, model by Johann Joachim Kändler and Peter Reinicke.

Purple cape over a white jacket, accentuated in gold, over yellow pants and blue shoes.

H 13.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 875 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.