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CORPUS CHRISTI

CORPUS CHRISTI

From the Alpine region, South Tyrol ca. 1400.

Wood, carved all around and painted.

H 46 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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AQUAMANILE

AQUAMANILE

Northern Europe, probably Germany, end of the 15th century.

Bronze. Designed as a lion, the curved tail serving as a handle. Small spout tube in the muzzle.

H 10.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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PROCESSION CROSS

PROCESSION CROSS

Gothic, probably Burgundy, 1st half of the 15th century.

Wooden core, applied with chased silver plates, and decorated with pine cones and rosettes. Traces of a former gilding On the front: enameled God the Father in a Gothic niche with a canopy, on the back: an empty rectangular chamber, originally for holding a relic (door missing). Mounted on a later conical shaft with a flat nodus in gilt copper. Punch mark "PVE" below a crown, and date or place stamp B.

22 × 2 × 44 cm.


Sold for CHF 23 200 (including buyer’s premium)
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LATE-GOTHIC IRON CLOCK

LATE-GOTHIC IRON CLOCK

Switzerland, probably Zug, beginning of the 17th century.

Open case constructed of flat iron bands. Movement and striking mechanism arranged one behind the other. The movement, with verge escapement and foliot (restored back to original). Striking mechanism, striking the hours, with locking plate with internal teeth and external fly vane. Gothicized bell cage. The dial painted later with a view of Zug and the coat-of-arms of the Zug family Brandenberg.

16 × 21 × 48 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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RELIEF FIGURE OF SAINT URSUS

RELIEF FIGURE OF SAINT URSUS

Switzerland, probably Solothurn ca. 1580/1600.

Lime, carved in half-relief and painted, verso flattened. The saint is in full armor and bears a shield.

H 119 cm.


Sold for CHF 6 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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IRON CLOCK WITH ALARM

IRON CLOCK WITH ALARM

In the Late-Gothic style, Germany or Switzerland, the dial with a date: 1582.

Open case with a round cross-section. Movement and striking mechanism arranged one behind the other, with verge escapement and foliot. Striking mechanism with locking plate with internal teeth, striking the hour on bell. Small alarm movement. The top of the dial is painted with an angel playing a shawm. The lower section features two slightly protruding coats-of-arms with three stars and three half-moons, respectively.

15 × 12 × 33 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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RELIEF FIGURE OF SAINT CATHERINE

RELIEF FIGURE OF SAINT CATHERINE

Switzerland, probably Solothurn, ca. 1580/1600.

Wood; carved in half-relief and painted, verso flattened. Saint Catherine standing with a sword and a book as her attributes, with a small breaking wheel at her feet.

H 120 cm.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL TOWER CLOCK WITH A FIGURE STRIKING THE BELL

SMALL TOWER CLOCK WITH A FIGURE STRIKING THE BELL

Switzerland or Germany, 16th / 17th century.

Wrought iron. Open case constructed of flat bands. Movement and striking mechanism arranged one behind the other, the movement with verge escapement and foliot, striking mechanism striking the hour on bell. The top decorated with a seated, carved figure striking the bell. Later sheet-metal dial, inscribed: Zeyt eilt, teilt, heilt.

22 × 27 × 45 cm.


Sold for CHF 11 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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BRONZE PLAQUE "THE CRUCIFIXION"

BRONZE PLAQUE "THE CRUCIFIXION"

Northern Italy, after a work by Galeazzo Mondella (1467–1528), known as Moderno. Later cast, probably 17th century.

Gilt bronze. A multi-figure representation of the Crucifixion. Christ on the cross between the two thieves. Mary Magdalene clinging to the cross. Surrounded by numerous soldiers and guards, and St. John. Mary is sitting on the ground, supported by two women.

H 10.5 cm, W 7.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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A GOBLET

A GOBLET

South America, 16th century.

On a lobed foot. The stem with a squat knop between two baluster sections. Tapering bowl with smooth lip rim in a floral-moulded setting.

H 24 cm. 632 g.


Sold for CHF 4 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN IZNIK CERAMIC PLATE

AN IZNIK CERAMIC PLATE

Turkey, c. 1620.

Relief painted in red, cobalt blue and green with a bouquet of roses, tulips and hyacinths, outlined in black. The rim painted in black with “breaking waves” border, the reverse with alternating leaf and flower motifs. The stand ring drilled with two holes for hanging.

D 29.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN IZNIK CERAMIC PLATE

AN IZNIK CERAMIC PLATE

Turkey, c. 1620.

Relief painted in red, cobalt blue and green, outlined in black, with a “SAZ” leaf amongst a loose bouquet of peonies, tulips and roses, the rim painted in black with “breaking wave” border, the reverse with alternating leaf and flower motifs in green and cobalt blue. The stand ring drilled for hanging.

D 28.8 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL IRON BOX

SMALL IRON BOX

Nuremberg, 16th century.

Iron, with etched decoration featuring half-height portraits of people in profile, surrounded by an architectural frame. Rectangular body on small spherical feet. Hinged lid. Iron lock. 1 key.

9 × 7 × 6.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE MAIOLICA PLATTER

A LARGE MAIOLICA PLATTER

Liguria, Savona, 17th century.

The shape derived from silver forms with relief-decorated rim and well encircling a central stand ring. Painted in blue with a mythological scene in the centre, Neptune and Nereids in a seascape, within a radial arrangement of animal scenes on small landscape strips and plant motifs on the rim. With crown mark.

D 46 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A FAIENCE WIDE-RIMMED PLATE

A FAIENCE WIDE-RIMMED PLATE

Winterthur, c. 1680.

Glazed light grey and painted with high-fired colours, the well with a Bacchus figure with grapes and wine leaves in his hair and a bowl in one hand within a hilly landscape, the rim with grapes, a pear, a pomegranate and a radish.

D 34 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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FRAGMENT OF A TAPESTRY BORDER

FRAGMENT OF A TAPESTRY BORDER

Renaissance, Bruxelles, probably from the workshop of François Geubels, ca. 1560.

Allegorical representations of Generosity and Justice under a canopy, with three eagles on top. In an architectural frame.

167 × 66 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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FRAGMENT OF A TAPESTRY BORDER

FRAGMENT OF A TAPESTRY BORDER

Renaissance, Bruxelles, probably from the workshop of François Geubels, ca. 1560.

Depiction of a woman with a palm frond, with a dragon below. In an architectural frame.

60 x 150 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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FOLDABLE AND PORTABLE SUN DIAL

FOLDABLE AND PORTABLE SUN DIAL

Renaissance, Nuremberg, signed Paulus Reinmann and dated 1606. Paulus Reinmann, Nuremberg 1557–1609.

Ivory with red and black engraving. Baseplate with a compass with engraved declination and cardinal points. Circumferential hour scale of 4-12-8. Below, a concave scale with the numerical sequence 8-23-16. The inside of the cover is engraved with various cities and their latitudes, above, a scale with the signs of the zodiac. String gnomon missing. Perforation. The back of the baseplate (bottom) features a moon clock with a gilt brass moon disc surrounded by day- and hour scales, 4 brass feet. Engraved inscription "Epacta Gregorii Anno 1603". On the cover (outside), the compass rose with 16 cardinal points and scale from 1-32, hands designed as a human hand and a peephole for observing the compass.

Closed 10 x 6.5 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 3 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL TRAVEL CABINET

SMALL TRAVEL CABINET

Baroque, probably Holland, 17th century.

Rosewood inlaid with ivory and light wood as geometric fillets. Rectangular body with hinged front, opening up into six drawers, the fronts decorated with scrolled and tendril-shaped inlays. Small brass mounts.

46.5 × 26.5 (53) × 30 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 1 563 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SILVER-GILT CROZIER HEAD

A SILVER-GILT CROZIER HEAD

Germany c. 1680.

Solidly formed, chased, engraved, in the form of a large scrolled acanthus volute. The centre with a small statue of the Madonna and Child.

H 22.5 cm. 607 g.


Sold for CHF 3 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN APOSTLE SPOON, ST. MATTHEW

AN APOSTLE SPOON, ST. MATTHEW

Zurich, c. 1660-80. Mark of Hans Conrad Boller.

The teardrop-shaped bowl on a faceted handle. The back finely engraved with two flowers.

L 16.5 cm. 27 g.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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MIRROR MEDALLION WITH LIMOGES ENAMEL PAINTWORK

MIRROR MEDALLION WITH LIMOGES ENAMEL PAINTWORK

Limoges, beginning of the 17th century. Probably by Jean Guibert (ca. 1570/75–1626).

Polychrome-painted enamel, depicting the Rape of Europa by Zeus, probably after a design from the workshop of Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617). In a fine gilt mount, the back set with a mirror, the front can be opened. The inside originally probably with a miniature portrait (missing). The frame featuring egg-and-dart decoration; with an eyelet.

11 x 6.7 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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RARE PENDANT WATCH

RARE PENDANT WATCH

Southern Germany, probably by Hans Christoph Kreizer, Augsburg ca. 1630.

Pierced, engraved and gilt brass, and cut glass. Oval-shaped, the sides decorated with facetted glass elements, in brass mounts decorated with scrolled leaves and buds. The front and the back open up, and are decorated with glass elements. The rear cover is likewise decorated with facetted glass elements. Silvered dial with hours in Roman numerals, enameled with a Phoenix and foliage (with losses). Fine movement with verge escapement, and striking the hour on a bell arranged in the rear cover. Iron cut-outs designed as tendrils. Barrels engraved with foliage. Suspension eyelet.

H 8.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 39 340 (including buyer’s premium)
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INLAID SIDEBOARD / HALF-HEIGHT CABINET

INLAID SIDEBOARD / HALF-HEIGHT CABINET

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

Walnut, cherry, maple and Swiss pine, inlaid in geometric reserves and fillets. Flat carved decoration. Front with double-doors. Iron lock and forged iron mounts (in part later). Lateral carrying handles. 1 key.

155 x 56.5 x 102 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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IRON CONSOLE CLOCK

IRON CONSOLE CLOCK

Winterthur, beginning of the 17th century. Monogrammed and dated 16A*L16 (for Andreas II. Liechti, 1582–1650).

Wrought iron, in part painted. Open movement, the corners with flat, slanted bands, ending in scrolls at the top. Movement with verge escapement and balance wheel, and striking mechanism, striking the 1/2-hour on bell, with a small fly vane, arranged one behind the other. Bell cage ending in a carnation, and decorated with small blossoms. The dial is painted with a putto and an hourglass, and dated 1616.

16.5 × 17 × 39 cm.


Sold for CHF 27 140 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.