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Lot 1233 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

THE 'EFFINGER' CLOCK: AN IMPORTANT NEOCLASSICAL MUSICAL ORGAN CLOCK WITH CALENDAR

Louis XVI, Neuchâtel, La Chaux-de Fonds. Signed by Pierre Jaquet-Droz (1721-1790). The movement dated 1783. Inscribed on enamel plaque: "Optimo suo sculteto F.V. Effingero a Wildegg patricio et senatori Reip: Bern: In signum grati animi civitas Burensis M.DCC.XXX IV".
Wood, lacquered in "vernis Martin" with dusky pink flowers on a light blue ground. Opulent gilt bronze mounts designed as garlands, balustrades, vases, scrolled leaves and laurel branch with bow. Tall, architecturally designed case, the top with a tent "à la turque", on scrolled feet. Brass frontispiece with white enamel dial "en cuvette", hours in Roman numerals and minutes in Arabic numerals, and a ring with the date in Arabic numerals. Enamel cartouche depicting the castle with the city of Büren an der Aare. The center features St. Catherine, the Church- and City Patron Saint of Büren, on top an inscribed cartouche with a crowned Alliance coat-of-arms "Effinger (von Wildegg) und von Wattenwyl". The whole surrounded by drapes and laurel branches of gilt bronze. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 3/4-hour on bell. Organ with 18 metal pipes and eight melodies on a drum. On a tall grained-wood base, carved with garlands and rosettes, and gilt. The door with monogram: VE. 2 keys.
Clock: 46 × 32 × 89 cm. Base: 57 × 37 × 153 cm.

CHF 70 000 / 100 000 | (€ 65 420 / 93 460)

Sold for CHF 256 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1044 ♣ - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

COMMODE WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY

Louis XIV, Paris ca. 1710, probably by Nicolas Sageot (1666-1731, maître 1706).
Pinewood and walnut core, inlaid with red tortoiseshell, engraved brass and mother-of-pearl, copper, tin and horn, polychrome painted with tendrils and scrolls, mythical animals and depictions of figures "in the manner of Jean Bérain". Rectangular body, on scrolled feet with opulent bronze mounts. The top is edged in brass and opulently decorated with arabesques, tendrils, mascarons, birds, garlands, people playing music, dancing people, and insects, and three opulently decorated reserves. Front with three drawers. Opulent bronze mounts, designed as heads of women, shells, leaves, mascarons and engraved rods. 1 key.
132 × 67.5 × 81 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 80 000 / 120 000 | (€ 74 770 / 112 150)

Sold for CHF 134 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1245 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

CLAUDE MICHEL CLODION

(1738–1814)
Figure of a young woman bearing an amphora. Terracotta. The tree trunk signed CLODION. With a later glass vitrine and an oak plinth.
H 44 cm.

CHF 1 000 / 1 500 | (€ 930 / 1 400)

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Lot 1183 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

RARE PAIR OF PAINTED AND CARVED COMMODES

Rococo, probably Piedmont or Veneto ca. 1750/60.
Pinewood, carved with flower garlands and leaves, polychrome painted on a mint-green background and parcel-gilt. Green marbled top. Front with two drawers. Bronze handles. 1 key.
97 × 51 × 81 cm.

CHF 40 000 / 60 000 | (€ 37 380 / 56 070)

Sold for CHF 73 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1045 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

SET OF SIX LARGE FAUTEUILS "À LA REINE"

Régence, France ca. 1720/40.
Beech, carved with acanthus leaves, palmettes, blossoms and latticework, and gilt. Padded seat and padded backrest. Red velour cover.
73 × 75 × 108 cm.

CHF 50 000 / 80 000 | (€ 46 730 / 74 770)

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Lot 1122* - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF FIGURES WITH A HORSE AND A GROOM

Meissen, ca. 1750. Models by Johann Joachim Kändler.
Both figures wearing a kaftan and a turban. Underglaze blue sword marks.
H 23.5 cm and 26 cm.

CHF 25 000 / 28 000 | (€ 23 360 / 26 170)

Sold for CHF 30 800 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1067* - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

RARE LARGE PLATTER WITH "WARSAW" BROCADE DECORATION

Meissen, ca. 1740-45.
Octagonal. Painted in the Japanese Imari style, imitating woven and embroidered fabric patterns in blue, red, green, gold and luster. Underglaze blue sword mark, blue painter's mark K and three dots, impressed potter's and former's mark 20.
Ø 50 cm.

CHF 20 000 / 25 000 | (€ 18 690 / 23 360)

Sold for CHF 24 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1176 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

GREEN LACQUER COMMODE

Louis XV, Paris ca. 1750, signed Dubois (Jacques Dubois, maître 1742) and monogrammed DF. The lacquer work, 20th century.
Curved body on curved legs. Front with two drawers, the upper drawer sans-traverse. Later green lacquer in the "Goût Chinois", the front and the sides decorated with medallions. Fine gilt bronze mounts designed as rocailles and blossom branches as well as sabots, punched with "C couronné". Beige / red speckled and marble with shaped edge. 1 key.
155 × 63 × 97 cm.

CHF 5 000 / 8 000 | (€ 4 670 / 7 480)

Sold for CHF 24 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1194 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

A PAIR OF EWERS WITH GILT BRONZE MOUNTS

Louis XV, the porcelain Meissen, ca. 1745-50, the bronze mounts Paris, ca. 1745-50.
Ovoid vase with cylindrical neck, painted with fine Watteau scenes on pierced rocaille consoles in sepia. Mounted on pierced rocaille bases, transitioning into the handle. Rocaille-decorated spout. Decorated with leaves and blossoming branches. Underglaze blue sword mark on the back of the base of one vessel.
H 43 cm.

CHF 20 000 / 30 000 | (€ 18 690 / 28 040)

Sold for CHF 22 260 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1049* - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

RARE BÖTTGER PORCELAIN TEAPOT

Meissen, ca. 1715-20. Model by Johann Jakob Irminger (1635-1724). Paintwork by George Funcke.
Baroque shape with two identical flower applications in relief. Spout with mascaron terminal, handle with leaf terminal. Colorfully painted in enamel colors. Convex lid with flower applications, similarly painted. No mark.
H 11.8 cm, Ø 13 cm.

CHF 8 000 / 12 000 | (€ 7 480 / 11 210)

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Lot 1182* - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

WRITING GUERIDON

Louis XV, Paris ca. 1750/60. In the style of Bernard II van Risenburgh (maître ca. 1735), bears a stamp B.V.R.B as well as the stamp of the Jurande.
Tulipwood and purpleheart, inlaid in reserves in veneer and fillets. Rectangular top, edged in gilt bronze, on a slightly curved frame with pull-out shelf and lateral drawer, the inside with three small compartments. Curved legs with bronze sabots, connected by a shelf edged in bronze. The pull-out shelf lined with brown leather. Chiseled and gilt bronze mounts on the corners, decorated with leaves and blossoms.
41 × 30.5 × 69 cm.

CHF 12 000 / 20 000 | (€ 11 210 / 18 690)

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Lot 1224 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

IMPOSING MANTEL MIRROR "À PALMES" WITH MYTHOLOGICAL PAINTING

Transition, Berne, ca. 1770/75, Johann Samuel Diwy (1744-1790) and workshop.
Opulently carved wood, decorated with flower- and laurel garlands, rocailles and vases. Tall rectangular frame with curved top and pierced upper section designed as a quiver, bow and arrow, a burning torch and a wreath of flowers. The sides feature carved palmettes. The painting in oil on canvas depicts four dozing Bacchantes, secretly watched over by two Satyrs.
100 × 220 cm.

CHF 20 000 / 30 000 | (€ 18 690 / 28 040)

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Lot 1060* - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

BÖTTGER PORCELAIN TEAPOT WITH RELIEF DECORATION

Meissen, ca. 1715-20. The gilding, probably by George Funcke.
Decorated with birds seated on branches in relief and with gold tendrils painted with blossoms. The shoulder, handle and spout accentuated with gold border. The lid with correspondingly decorated peonies in relief and decorated with gold. Gilt edges and spout. No mark.
H 12.8 cm, Ø 16 cm.

CHF 16 000 / 18 000 | (€ 14 950 / 16 820)

Sold for CHF 19 820 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1064 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

AUGUSTUS REX VASE

Meissen, ca. 1730-35.
Painted in the East Asian style, with both sides featuring peonies. Gilt edges. Marked AR in underglaze blue, incised mark X on the underside.
H 42 cm (32 cm).

CHF 7 000 / 9 000 | (€ 6 540 / 8 410)

Sold for CHF 18 600 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1326 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

IMPORTANT VIENNESE ENAMEL NAUTILUS-SHAPED CUP

Vienna, after 1872. Maker's mark Simon Grünwald.
Copper, with colorful enamel paintwork, the shaft and mounts in silver, in part gilt, with colorful enamel. Nautilus-shaped cuppa and round foot. The shaft designed as a satyr. The foot is mounted on three sculpted enameled heads of sea creatures. The front of the vessel features the head of Poseidon, the rear a hippocampus. The wall of the foot and the cuppa feature colorful enamel paintwork. The vessel depicts "The Wedding of Neptune and Amphitrite" and "The Birth of Venus". The bottom of the foot is decorated with black tendrils on a light-blue ground.
H 26 cm.

CHF 6 000 / 10 000 | (€ 5 610 / 9 350)

Sold for CHF 18 600 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1053* - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

TEAPOT WITH CHINOISERIE DECORATION

Meissen, ca. 1723-24.
Baluster shape with curved spout and gold-accentuated mascaron. The base of the handle decorated with leaves. Painted with polychrome chinoserie scenes in the style of J.G. Höroldt on both sides, and decorated with flying insects and flowers. Underglaze blue sword mark and K.P.M. (Royal Porcelain Manufactory). Gilder's Nos. 92.
H 10.7 cm, Ø 16 cm.

CHF 14 000 / 18 000 | (€ 13 080 / 16 820)

Sold for CHF 17 380 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1333 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

CHANDELIER / "SCHINKEL" CROWN

Neo-Classical, Berlin, early 19th century. Design by Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841).
Wood, tin and wood composite with oil gilding, arranged in three tiers. Cut-glass hangings. Hexagonal chandelier with six curved light branches on a twisted shaft, ending in palmettes. Pierced decoration in the form of scrolled leaves, rosettes and palmettes. Cut-glass hangings.
W 84 cm, H 89 cm.

CHF 15 000 / 20 000 | (€ 14 020 / 18 690)

Sold for CHF 14 940 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1337 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

ITEMS OF A"CUMBERLAND" DINING SERVICE

Nymphenburg, 20th century. Modern version of the "Churfürstliches Hofservice" from 1761-64.
Comprising: 10 small plates (17.5 cm) 9 soup cups (11 cm) and saucers 10 small plates (21.5 cm) 1 small tureen (19 cm) 10 dinner plates (26 cm) 1 round serving platter (41 cm) 2 oval serving platters with handles (36 cm and 49 cm) Green, printed manufactory mark, additional mark.

CHF 7 000 / 9 000 | (€ 6 540 / 8 410)

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Lot 1223 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

COMMODE

Louis XVI, Berne, ca. 1780, attributed to Johannes Äbersold (1737-1812).
Cherry, inlaid in rectangular reserves in veneer, surrounded by fillets with finely engraved rosettes. Rectangular body on a slightly cut-out frame, on conical front legs with sabots and rear pyramid legs. The front with two sans-traverse drawers, the corners feature a central rosette in gilt bronze, surrounded by longitudinal fields framed with fillets. Oberhasli marble top. The inside lined with paste paper. Gilt brass mounts designed as rosettes, the handles designed as laurel wreaths.
104 × 55 × 91 cm.

CHF 5 000 / 7 000 | (€ 4 670 / 6 540)

Sold for CHF 13 720 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1293 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

MANTEL CLOCK "CUPID AND PSYCHE"

Empire/French Restoration, Paris ca. 1815. The dial signed Galle Rue Vivienne à Paris (Claude Galle, 1758-1815). The bronzes after a model by Claude Michallon (1752-1799).
Bronze, patinated brown and parcel-gilt. "Griotte rouge" marble. Cupid and Psyche leaning on the rounded clock case. On a rectangular plinth with winged paw feet. Bronze decoration designed as a lyre, palmettes and a rosette. White enamel dial with the hours in Roman numerals. Parisian movement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. 1 key.
52 × 22 × 83 cm.

CHF 4 000 / 6 000 | (€ 3 740 / 5 610)

Sold for CHF 13 720 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1127* - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

MODEL OF A LEOPARD

Meissen, ca. 1747-49. Model, probably by Johann Joachim Kändler and Peter Reinicke.
The pelt painted with black spots. Underglaze blue sword mark on the rear side of the base.
13.7 × 15.3 cm.

CHF 12 000 / 15 000 | (€ 11 210 / 14 020)

Sold for CHF 13 110 (including buyer’s premium)
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Lot 1003 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

RARE, RELIEF-DECORATED SPANISH TILE

Catalonia, probably Barcelona, ca. 1450.
Square tile depicting a grotesque, two-legged half-man wearing Gothic boots, holding a shield with a black mask in front of him. Unglazed and with traces of paintwork in red, white and black.
40 × 40 × 4 cm.

CHF 2 000 / 3 000 | (€ 1 870 / 2 800)

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Lot 1177 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

BUREAU PLAT

Louis XV, France ca. 1740/50.
Rosewood and tulipwood, inlaid in reserves framed by fillets. Rectangular top, edged in brass, with brown, embossed leather lining; on curved legs with bronze sabots. Front with three drawers, the center drawer slightly recessed. Same but sham arrangement on verso. Gilt bronze mounts designed as rocailles, leaves and blossoms, revenue stamp "C couronné". 3 keys. Requires some restoration.
146 × 77 × 77.5 cm.

CHF 10 000 / 15 000 | (€ 9 350 / 14 020)

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Lot 1302 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

TROMPE-L'OEIL LIDDED BOX

Russia, end of 19th century. Stamped: Fabergé.
The inside, gilt. Rectangular box with hinged cover. Imitation of a mail parcel with pasted label, customs stamp, and parcel string. The bottom engraved with two identical coats of arms of the Russian Empire. The cover bears a dedication by the Brothers Popov to Oscar II, King of Sweden and Norway, on the occasion of the General Art and Industrial Exposition of Stockholm in 1897.
L 14.5 cm, 665 g.

CHF 2 000 / 4 000 | (€ 1 870 / 3 740)

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Lot 1319 - A200 Decorative Arts - Thursday 31 March 2022, 10.00 AM

PAIR OF MOUNTED BALUSTER-SHAPED VASES "AUX DRAGONS"

Napoleon III, France, the porcelain China, 18th/19th century, the bronzes Paris, ca. 1870.
Gilt bronze and porcelain with red "flambé" glaze. Baluster-shaped vase mounted on a rocaille plinth. Handles designed as scrolled leaves and crowned by dragon figures. The rim edged in bronze and decorated with leaves and flowers.
H 82 cm, W max. 41 cm.

CHF 3 000 / 5 000 | (€ 2 800 / 4 670)

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