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FRAGMENT OF A CHURCH WINDOW

FRAGMENT OF A CHURCH WINDOW

Probably Switzerland, Gothic, 14th/15th century.

Depiction of two men, one of whom is wearing a crown-like head covering. In a wooden frame.

33 x 38 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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SAINT DOROTHY OF CAPPADOCIA

SAINT DOROTHY OF CAPPADOCIA

Late Gothic, Franconia, ca. 1500.

Lime, carved and verso hollowed, and with remains of paintwork and gilding.

H 86 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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LATE GOTHIC IRON CLOCK

LATE GOTHIC IRON CLOCK

Germany or Italy, 16th/17th century.

Open work with stacked movement and striking mechanism. Pierced belfry, decorated with blossoms. Dial, painted with a depiction of St. Catherine, the sun and the moon. Verge movement with wheel balance, striking mechanism with lock disc, striking the hour on bell.

13 x 13 x 36 cm.


Sold for CHF 10 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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THE HOLY FAMILY

THE HOLY FAMILY

Late Gothic, Flanders ca. 1500.

Carved oak, verso flattened and painted later. On an associated console, decorated with leaves.

Figure: H 36 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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RARE PAINTED CLOCK WITH MOON PHASE AND AUTOMATED MECHANISM

RARE PAINTED CLOCK WITH MOON PHASE AND AUTOMATED MECHANISM

Renaissance, Southern Germany or Strasbourg, 2nd half of the 16th century.

Closed rectangular iron case, painted and decorated with gilt applications. Painted frontispiece with two superimposed dials, the upper one indicating the month and day and the signs of the zodiac, the lower one featuring the hours in Roman numerals. The arc segment of the cornice displays the moon phase by means of a rotating sphere and the sculpted heads of a king and a queen. The doors, painted with Allegories of Wisdom, and probably with the owner of the clock. Iron movement with decorative corner pillars. Three stacked movements: one movement with verge escapement and wheel balance, and two striking-mechanism movements for striking the two bells. Marked on the back: Restauriert Anno 1983 F.K.

16 × 18 × 45 cm.


Sold for CHF 36 900 (including buyer’s premium)
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ATTRACTIVE TABLE CLOCK WITH ALARM

ATTRACTIVE TABLE CLOCK WITH ALARM

Southern Germany or Switzerland, Renaissance ca. 1540–70.

Bronze and copper in relief and etched, and with original fire gilding. The walls of the square case decorated in relief with hunting scenes, probably Emperor Charles V with a group of hunters. Gilt dial, engraved with tendrils, and two chapter rings with Arabic and Roman numerals. Central alarm disc. Iron hands. Compact movement with verge escapement, striking the hour on bell. Alarm mechanism is accommodated in the bell.

12 × 12 × 7 cm.


Sold for CHF 23 480 (including buyer’s premium)
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ALLIANCE ARMORIAL PANEL OF HANS ULRICH VON HINWIL AND KATHARINA VON WESTERSTETTEN

ALLIANCE ARMORIAL PANEL OF HANS ULRICH VON HINWIL AND KATHARINA VON WESTERSTETTEN

Switzerland, dated 1566.

The two coats-of-arms with helmet and crest in a Renaissance column frame. Under the coat of arms, the inscription: Hans Ulrich Von Hinwill dyser Zeit Vogte zu gotlieben Kattarina Von Hinwill Geborne Von Westerstetten 1566.

33 x 23 cm.


Sold for CHF 6 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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ALLIANCE ARMORIAL PANEL OF KASPAR MANGELT ANDSUSANNA ROTHIN SEIN ELICHE HAUSFROUW

ALLIANCE ARMORIAL PANEL OF KASPAR MANGELT ANDSUSANNA ROTHIN SEIN ELICHE HAUSFROUW

Switzerland, dated 1602.

The lower third features a round central coat-of-arms cartouche with monogram NAM with helmet and crest, above, a person with the letter N. Below, three other coat- of-arms with helmet and crest. Above, figurative depiction with a naked woman, between two inscriptions. Three images on top, featuring a group of crosses between the Adoration of the Shepherds and the Adoration of the Magi. The lower corners with cartouches inscribed: Kaspar Stammer and Maister zu... Madoner. Wooden frame.

37 × 28.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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CHEST, so-called CASSONE

CHEST, so-called CASSONE

Renaissance, Italy, 16th century.

Wood and stucco, decorated with mythical creatures and animal heads in relief, and parcel-gilt. Rectangular body with hinged lid. The interior, later fitted with compartments and painted. 1 key.

91 × 47 × 58 cm.


Sold for CHF 13 110 (including buyer’s premium)
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CHANGER TABLE

CHANGER TABLE

Gothic, probably Grisons, 16th/17th century.

Pine wood. Rectangular, hinged leaf on a box-shaped frame. The leaf opens up into a compartment with a division (later) for drawers (missing). Iron fittings. To be restored.

101 × 85 × 78 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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OPULENTLY CARVED "DEUX CORPS"

OPULENTLY CARVED "DEUX CORPS"

Renaissance, France, Burgundy or Rhône Valley ca. 1600.

Walnut, opulently carved with lion heads, fruit and leaf festoons, in part held by hands, palmettes and rosettes, hunting scenes and eagles. Upper part with double-doors over two drawers, lower part with two doors. The four door panels depict four Emperors and are inscribed: Nero Augustus, Avi Vitellus Augustus, Tiberius Cesar, Claudius Caes. Iron mounts. 3 keys.

152 × 64 × 190 cm.


Sold for CHF 12 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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PARCEL-GILT CHALICE

PARCEL-GILT CHALICE

Probably ca. 1600.

Hexagonal foot with pierced edge. Decorated with red stones. Conical cuppa with pierced, circumferential frieze. Foot with engraved coat-of-arms and crest.

H 22.2 cm. 505 g (excl. the inner wooden shaft).


Sold for CHF 4 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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ONE-HANDED TOWER CLOCK WITH WHEEL BALANCE AND ALARM

ONE-HANDED TOWER CLOCK WITH WHEEL BALANCE AND ALARM

Renaissance, Southern Germany, probably Augsburg, the movement dated 1634.

Copper and bronze, in part chased, engraved and punched, and fire-gilt. Rectangular case. Domed belfry. Engraved all around and punched with flowers, tendrils and scrolls. Front with silvered and in part enameled dial. Disc for the alarm. The rear with a dial, in part enameled, for setting the striking mechanism. Iron movement with pillar design, verge movement with wheel balance. Mechanism striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Small alarm movement on bell. Winding via worm wheel, the movement with a chain, the striking mechanism with a string. The dome contains later devices for locking the striking mechanism and the alarm.

16 x 16 x 32 cm.


Sold for CHF 13 720 (including buyer’s premium)
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ARMORIAL PANEL OF HANS JAKOB BÄR

ARMORIAL PANEL OF HANS JAKOB BÄR

Zurich, dated 1657. Probably from the workshop of Hans Jakob Nüscheler the Elder.

Cartouche with the coat-of-arms of the Bär family, held by an angel. In the background a city view of Zurich. Inscribed: Eliseus der from Gotts man ward schmach worten grifen an von bösen unge zognen knaben drum Zwen ber(e)b sy Zerisen habeni. This main image is framed on both sides by columns and on the top by scrolled pediments with mythical figures (later additions). The upper picture shows eight bears as soldiers (according to the inscription the children of the Bär husband and wife). The lower coat-of-arms cartouche is inscribed: Hans Jacob Bär uf dem albis Furier und Elsbet Frickerinsyn eliche husfrau 1657. Heinrich, Jacob, Hnas Jacob, Hans, Hans Heinrich, Ulrich, Ruodolf, und Adelheit die Beren al ihre eliche Kinder.

22 × 35 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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 PLAQUE WITH ALLIANCE COAT-OF-ARMS, FROM A TILED STOVE

PLAQUE WITH ALLIANCE COAT-OF-ARMS, FROM A TILED STOVE

Winterthur, Hans Heinrich III Graf, 2nd quarter of the 17th century.

Painted with the coat-of-arms: 'Mathys-Fröhlichin' for 'ABRAHAM MATHYS DER ZEIT STATTHAUPTMANN UND MARIE FRÖHLICHIN SEIN EHGMAGD', and signed with the initials of the painter Hans Heinrich III Graf 'HH.G.'.

D 33.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF REARING BRONZE HORSES

PAIR OF REARING BRONZE HORSES

Italy or France, late 17th century.

Bronze, dark patinated, mounted on a rectangular base, lined with velour.

H 27 cm, with base 35 cm.


Sold for CHF 29 580 (including buyer’s premium)
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SAINT BARBARA

SAINT BARBARA

Northern Italy or Burgundy, 17th century.

Oak, carved all around, painted and parcel-gilt.

H 92 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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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 sides, and the top with fruit- and flower garlands.

337 × 347 cm.


Sold for CHF 6 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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EXTENDABLE TABLE FEATURING THE COAT-OF-ARMS OF THE "DE SEPIBUS" FAMILY

EXTENDABLE TABLE FEATURING THE COAT-OF-ARMS OF THE "DE SEPIBUS" FAMILY

Baroque, Valais, dated 1687 and inscribed RD DESEPI IONES BWS CM 16 CS 87.

Walnut, carved with rosettes and tendrils, a Christ monogram and the coat-of-arms of the "de Sépibus" family. Rectangular top, extendable on both sides. Iron mounts.

170(216) × 67 × 77 cm.


Sold for CHF 10 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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DEPOSITION FROM THE CROSS

DEPOSITION FROM THE CROSS

Rural work, Burgundy, probably 16th century.

Marble, carved all around, in part pierced.

H 60 cm, W 53 cm.


Sold for CHF 8 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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IRON COFFER

IRON COFFER

Baroque, Switzerland or Germany, 17th century.

Iron, blackened and painted with flowers and landscape reserves. Rectangular body with a hinged cover. Lateral carrying handles. Lock with six bolts, engraved and pierced lock plate, decorated with tendrils and chimeras. 1 key.

71 × 37 × 38 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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CABINET WITH SILK DECORATION

CABINET WITH SILK DECORATION

Baroque, Flanders, probably Antwerp, middle of the 17th century.

Ebonized wood. Rectangular body. Retracted upper part with a compartment below a sliding cover. Front with paneled double-doors. Fitted interior with 25 panels, lined with silk and silver-thread fabrics, opening up into 19 drawers arranged in five rows. The two central traverses of the fitted interior can be pulled out and feature a secret compartment. The inside of the doors, paneled. Small bronze handles, designed as buttons (incomplete). 1 key.

78 × 43.5 × 76 cm.


Sold for CHF 17 380 (including buyer’s premium)
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PAIR OF MAJOLICA BOTTLES

PAIR OF MAJOLICA BOTTLES

Savona, early 18th century.

Square, conical bottles. Painted blue with stylized flowers and figures on a light blue ground. Marked with coats-of-arms in blue.

H 25 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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TAPESTRY D'ENTRES DEUX "ALLEGORY OF WEALTH"

TAPESTRY D'ENTRES DEUX "ALLEGORY OF WEALTH"

Brussels, ca. 1650. With the city mark B B (Brabant – Brussels). From a series about human life.

Narrow portrait tapestry, depicting a pair of rulers being showered with riches from the sky. Below a boy picking up coins. The upper section with a cartouche depicting a landscape, bordered by a garland with fruit and flowers. The bottom, with a cartouche.

442 × 164 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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RELIGIEUSE

RELIGIEUSE

Louis XIV, Paris ca. 1720. The dial and the movement, signed Rabby à Paris (François Rabby, maître from 1717 onwards).

Rectangular wooden case, glazed on three sides, inlaid with red tortoise shell. Opulent bronze mounts. Bronze dial with blue enamel cartouches. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. 1 key.

35 × 15 × 72 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 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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