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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.

CHF 4 000 / 6 000 | (€ 3 740 / 5 610)

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.

CHF 800 / 1 200 | (€ 750 / 1 120)

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.

CHF 2 800 / 4 800 | (€ 2 620 / 4 490)

A SILVER-GILT “BUCKELPOKAL” CUP

A SILVER-GILT “BUCKELPOKAL” CUP

Nuremberg 1606–1609. Mark of Christoph Schell.

The flat, round foot steeply rising from the centre. With tongue pattern in relief, vase-shaped stem and relief lobed bowl with flower motif.

H 14.1 cm. 150 g.

CHF 3 000 / 5 000 | (€ 2 800 / 4 670)

A SILVER-GILT APOSTLE SPOON, ST. PAUL

A SILVER-GILT APOSTLE SPOON, ST. PAUL

Zurich, c. 1660–1680. Mark of Hans Heinrich Denzler.

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

L 16.7 cm. 31 g.

CHF 1 500 / 2 500 | (€ 1 400 / 2 340)

AN APOSTLE SPOON

AN APOSTLE SPOON

Zurich, c. 1660-80. Mark of Alexander Kilchsberger II.

Parcel-gilt silver. The teardrop-shaped bowl on a faceted handle. Finely worked, gilt figure. With floral engraving on the back of the bowl.

L 16.1 cm. 27 g.

CHF 1 800 / 2 800 | (€ 1 680 / 2 620)

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.

CHF 1 500 / 2 500 | (€ 1 400 / 2 340)

A SILVER-GILT HERM SPOON

A SILVER-GILT HERM SPOON

Zurich, c. 1660–80. Mark of Alexander Kilchsperger.

The teardrop-shaped bowl on a faceted handle with crowned, finely worked figure. The back with finely engraved foliate motif.

L 16.4 cm. 37 g.

CHF 1 800 / 2 800 | (€ 1 680 / 2 620)

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.

CHF 3 000 / 5 000 | (€ 2 800 / 4 670)

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.

CHF 22 000 / 25 000 | (€ 20 560 / 23 360)

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.

CHF 1 500 / 2 500 | (€ 1 400 / 2 340)

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.

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

LARGE CARVED CHEST

LARGE CARVED CHEST

France, 16th / 17th century.

Walnut, carved with foliage and trailing flowers, animals and angels. The front with relief depiction of the Adoration of the Magi, flanked by sculptured Allegories of Wisdom and Justice. Rectangular body, with hinged cover. Iron lock and iron bands (in part replaced). 1 key.

150 x 62 x 87 cm.

CHF 2 000 / 3 000 | (€ 1 870 / 2 800)

FRAGMENT OF A FRAME OR SUPRAPORTE

FRAGMENT OF A FRAME OR SUPRAPORTE

Spain, 17th century.

Pine carved in relief and painted. Arch-shaped overdoor depicting two people brought together by an angel (Joachim and Anne?). Flanked by two other figures.

113 x 38 x 10 cm.

CHF 600 / 1 000 | (€ 560 / 930)

ONE-HANDED TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

ONE-HANDED TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

Probably Switzerland, 17th century.

Wrought iron. Open case, with flat iron bands, the corners ending in scrolls. Movement with verge escapement and with a later, short side pendulum. Striking mechanism striking the hour on a large bell to be mounted externally.

36 × 55 × 59 cm.

CHF 3 500 / 5 000 | (€ 3 270 / 4 670)

IRON BOX

IRON BOX

Probably Germany, 17th century.

Iron, in part painted red, and applied with forged leaves and molded decoration. Rectangular body with hinged lid. Lock with six bolts, pierced lock plate. Escutcheon. Carrying handles. 1 key.

22.5 × 13 ×12 cm.

CHF 400 / 600 | (€ 370 / 560)

IRON CASKET BEARING THE COATS OF ARMS OF THE "PEYER" AND "VON WALDKIRCH" FAMILIES

IRON CASKET BEARING THE COATS OF ARMS OF THE "PEYER" AND "VON WALDKIRCH" FAMILIES

Schaffhausen, 17th century.

Wooden core with iron mounts, and painted; the cover bearing the coats of arms of the "Peyer" and "von Waldkirch" families. The front, triple-paneled, the central panel is painted with a wreath of flowers around the escutcheon, which is designed as two double-scrolls featuring King David playing the harp or the lyre and Orpheus as a singer with a lion at his feet. Both sides of the casket are painted with flowers. Rectangular body with a hinged cover. Forged handles. Iron lock. 1 key.

46.5 × 24.5 ×23 cm.

CHF 15 000 / 25 000 | (€ 14 020 / 23 360)

LARGE TAPESTRY FROM THE SERIES "THE LIFE OF CAESAR"

LARGE TAPESTRY FROM THE SERIES "THE LIFE OF CAESAR"

Brussels, mid-17th century. City mark BB (Brabant-Brussels) and signed G. Peemans (Gérard Peemans, active 1660-1707).

Depicting a battle scene, the upper part inscribed in a cartouche "IULIUS CAESAR ET POMPEUS CONFLIGUINT". Wide border with an opulent floral garland featuring figures and a depiction of shepherds in a cartouche.

400 x 600 cm.

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

TAPESTRY "THE VICTORY OF DAVID OVER GOLIATH"

TAPESTRY "THE VICTORY OF DAVID OVER GOLIATH"

France or Flanders, 17th century.

Depicting a battle scene with King Saul, in the foreground David presenting the head of Goliath to the King. Wide border with a fruit garland.

312 × 315 cm.

CHF 3 000 / 5 000 | (€ 2 800 / 4 670)

ONE-HANDED TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

ONE-HANDED TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

Switzerland or Germany, mid-17th century.

Open case, with flat iron bands, the corners ending in scrolls. Movement with verge escapement and foliot, and striking mechanism for striking the hour on bell, arranged one behind the other. Dial painted with a winged angel head.

33 × 35 × 61 cm.

CHF 4 000 / 7 000 | (€ 3 740 / 6 540)

TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

17th century.

Iron. Open movement, with flat iron bands, the corners ending in scrolls. Three movements arranged one behind the other: movement with verge escapement and foliot, and two striking mechanisms for striking the 1/4-hour on 2 bells.

28.5 × 29 x 60 cm.

CHF 1 500 / 2 000 | (€ 1 400 / 1 870)

CABINET WITH BONE INLAYS

CABINET WITH BONE INLAYS

Colonial work, probably Mexico, 17th / 18th century.

Mahogany, inlaid with bone in the form of stylized rosettes and geometric motifs. Punched decoration in the form of geometric fillets. Rectangular body, the front with two triple-paneled doors, and paneled side walls. Inside, with an additional drawer.

183 x 67 x 225 cm.

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

SMALL TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

SMALL TOWER CLOCK / HOUSE CLOCK

Switzerland or Southern Germany, 18th century.

Iron. Open movement, with flat iron bands, the corners ending in scrolls. Movement and two striking mechanisms arranged one behind the other, the striking mechanism with verge escapement and foliot. Striking the 1/4-hour on two bells. Later, painted dial, decorated with rocaille on a red ground.

34 × 46 × 75 cm.

CHF 3 500 / 5 000 | (€ 3 270 / 4 670)

CHEST FOR WEAPONS

CHEST FOR WEAPONS

Switzerland, probably Aargau, 17th century.

Pinewood reinforced with forged iron mounts. Convex body with partially hinged body.

104 x 45 x 62 cm.

CHF 600 / 800 | (€ 560 / 750)

LATE-RENAISSANCE IRON CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM

LATE-RENAISSANCE IRON CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM

Southern Germany or Switzerland, ca. 1660/80.

Wrought iron. Enclosed case, painted later with gold-colored foliage and the head of an angel on a red ground. Decorated with scrolled leaves on three sides. The bell cage decorated with stylized acanthus leaves, painted chapter ring with the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. Movement with solid square pillars, the upper part twisted. Three movements arranged one behind the other: Movement with verge escapement and front pendulum, and two striking mechanisms for striking the 1/4-hour and the 4/4-hour on two bells. Probably later conversion of a wheel balance.

16 × 15.5 × 36 cm.

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