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Auction Description for Auctionata Paddle8 AG: 672: Art & Antiques
Auction Description:
The large auction in December will most likely send a lot of antique collector’s heart beats skyrocketing. On offer is an exquisite selection of European arts and decorative arts objects from the 18th to the 20th century. The spectrum ranges from a splendid centre table in Louis XV style, an elegant art déco figure of a female debutante by the sculptor Ernst Seger all the way to a fascinating pair of bookends by Roland Paris. One of the silver highlights is an allegory of architecture manufactured by the important Frankfurt silversmiths Lazarus Posen Wwe. The range will be complemented with some classic bentwood furniture by the traditional company Thonet, finest porcelains of prestigious manufactories like Meissen, KPM Berlin or Nymphenburg as well as some desirable design objects including a 1920s lamp of Emile Gallé, Nancy.
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Preview: A preview at Auctionata is only possible by prior appointment. Contact: Tel: +49 30 9832 0222, E-mail: preview@auctionata.com Auction Location: Havelstudios Havelchaussee 161, 14055 Berlin, Germany
Sale Notes:
The large auction in December will most likely send a lot of antique collector’s heart beats skyrocketing. On offer is an exquisite selection of European arts and decorative arts objects from the 18th to the 20th century. The spectrum ranges from a splendid centre table in Louis XV style, an elegant art déco figure of a female debutante by the sculptor Ernst Seger all the way to a fascinating pair of bookends by Roland Paris. One of the silver highlights is an allegory of architecture manufactured by the important Frankfurt silversmiths Lazarus Posen Wwe. The range will be complemented with some classic bentwood furniture by the traditional company Thonet, finest porcelains of prestigious manufactories like Meissen, KPM Berlin or Nymphenburg as well as some desirable design objects including a 1920s lamp of Emile Gallé, Nancy.

672: Art & Antiques (181 Lots)

by Auctionata Paddle8 AG


181 lots with images

December 2, 2016

Live Auction

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

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Kunz Meyer-Waldeck, Fisherman on the Beach, Oil Painting, 1923

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Description: Oil on canvasKunz Meyer-Waldeck (1859-1953) – German genre, landscape, portrait and still life painterSigned ‘Kunz Meyer-Waldeck’ at the lower left as well as monogrammed and dated on one of the boats ‘KMW 23’Dimensions: 61.5 x 91 cmGilt decorative frame: 80.5 x 110 cmPorvenance: private property Rhein-Kreis Neuss, GermanyOne of the artist’s characteristic motif featuring fishermen on a beach, which was created in the course of a longer stay in Portugal Condition:The painting shows usual signs of age. On the left half of the image two repaired areas can be seen. The inspection under UV-light reveals several touch ups appear. Along the edges and within the image abrasion can be seen in places. The surface partially shows craquelure and occasionally losses of color. The frame is in very good condition.Kunz Meyer-Waldeck (1859-1953)The painter started studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich in 1879; his teachers were Alexander Strähuber and Johann Leonhard Raabe. Until 1887, Meyer-Waldeck was master-pupil in the studio of the historical painter Wilhelm von Lindenschmidt the Younger, whom he helped designing the wall paintings in the town hall of Kaufbeuren form 1882-84. From 1885-86 Meyer-Waldeck traveled through Italy, from 1888 onwards he lived as freelance artist in Munich. From this moment on he provided book illustrations for the publishing house G.A. Liebeskind in Leipzig and also created numerous still lives, landscapes, portraits and paintings with biblical, mythological and fairy-tale subjects in watercolor and oil. In the 1890s he spent a long time with his brother in Portugal, where he collected a large number of motifs and designs for his popular genre pictures. Later, he made numerous murals. From 1908-10, Meyer-Waldeck was director of the newly founded art school of the Texas Art League in Dallas and was appointed royal professor after his return to Germany. He was also awarded the Order of St. Michael. During his life, Meyer-Waldeck participated in numerous exhibitions, including the World Exhibitions in Amsterdam and St. Louis. His works can be seen for example at the Lenbachhaus in Munich, at the German National Museum in Nuremberg, at the Ogden Museum in New Orleans and at Stattlichen Museen zu Berlin. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Gabriel Puig Roda, Couple Making Music, Oil on Panel, 1890

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Description: Oil on panelGabriel Puig Roda (1865-1919) – Spanish painter painter and draftsmanSigned, dated and inscribed ‘G. Puig Roda Roma 90’Verso a handwritten owner mark and traces of a labelDimensions: 38.4 x 22.9 cmGilt decorative frame: 53.5 x 37.5 cmProvenance: private property Rhein-Kreis Neuss, GermanyA small-scale genre painting displaying a couple busking Condition:The painting is in good condition bearing minor signs of wear. The edges in places with slight abrasion due to framing as well as smaller flaking. Occasionally barely visible craquelure. The inspection under UV light reveals scattered retouching. The frame is in very good condition. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Portrait of a Vagabond by the Fire, Oil Painting, 19th C

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedPresumably Austria, 19th centuryDimensions: 47.5 x 37 cmGilt wood decorative frame: 61.5 x 51 cmProvenance: private property Schleswig-Holstein Condition: The painting shows signs of age. In places there is some faint rubbing to the edges of the canvas. In places tiny craquelure can be seen. Inspection under UV-light reveals touch-ups along the edges as well as flecks of retouching within the image. Three reparations backed by patches on the reverse of the canvas. The frame is altogether in good condition, occasionally cracking and smallest chips. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Karl Kaufmann, Venetian Town Scape, Oil, c. 1900

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Description: Oil on canvasKarl Kaufmann (1843-1905) – Austrian landscape and architectural painterSigned ‘L. Fabretto’ at the lower leftDimensions: 41 x 50.5 cmFrame: 55,5 x 65 cm Provenance: private property, North Rhine-WestphaliaKarl Kaufmann signed this painting under the pseudonym ‘L. Fabretto’ – the painter used often artist's names, the present pseudonym is known Condition:The work is in good condition bearing minor signs of age. Occasionally fine lines of craquelure and minor cambering. There are marks, where the frame has rubbed. The frame is in very good condition and shows some scattered hairline cracks.Karl Kaufmann (1843-1905)Karl Kaufmann started his artistic education at the Academy of Vienna. He subsequently travelled through European countries, such as Norway, the Netherlands, Germany or Italy. Kaufmann developed a sensitive feeling for environments and atmospheres, which helped him to specialise in landscape and architectural painting. One special feature of his oeuvre is his habit to sign his works with pseudonyms. For instance, the names ‘B. Lambert’, ‘Charles Marchand’ or ‘C. Charpentier’ are well-known signatures by Kaufmann. The majority of his works belongs to private collections. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Giuseppe Casciaro, Landscape on Ischia, Pastel, 1910

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Description: Pastel on paper, laid on cardboardGiuseppe Casciaro (1861-1941) - Italian painter, active in NaplesSigned ‘GCasciaro’, as well as dated and placed ‘Ischia 25 Aug 910’ lower leftDimensions: 37.5 x 50.5 cmMounted behind glass in gold-colored frame with hollowed chamfer: 48 x 62 cmProvenance: Private collection, Uruguay Condition:The sheet is in good condition, showing minor blemishes to the edges of the cardboard. The upper corner shows a small paper loss. The frame has traces from usage.Giuseppe Casciaro (1861-1941)Giuseppe Casciaro, who was born in Puglia, received art lessons with Paolo Emilio Stasi during school time. Afterwards he enrolled at the College of Fine Arts in Naples, studying under the guidance of Morelli and Palizzi. Moreover, he learned the technique of landscape painting in pastels under Francesco Paolo Michetti. He created mainly shorelines and views of his hometown Ortelle. After the turn of the century, he traveled to Paris, where he met Giuseppe De Nittis and his circle. Some time later he was appointed professor at the Urbino Art Academy. He also taught pastel painting to members of the Savoy Royal house. Casciaro has exhibited his works in Europe and Argentina. (cko) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Fernand Piet, Townscape with River, Oil Painting, 1894

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedFernand Piet (1869-1942) - French painter and graphic artistSigned and dated ‘Fernand Piet 94’ at the lower rightStretcher verso with the label ‘Lohmann-Haus Elberfeld Lager Nr. 1294, Fernand Piet, Landschaft mit Brückenbögen’; frame with seal of the Lohmann-HausDimensions: 27.4 x 41 cmGilt decorative frame: 49 x 62.5 cmProvenance: private property North Rhine-WestphaliaThe work was formerly owned by Maximilian Lohmann, who was once the owner of the art gallery Lohmann-Haus at Hofaue 35a in Elberfeld-Wuppertal. In the 1920s, art exhibitions took place there Condition: The painting is altogether in good condition bearing usual signs of age and wear. The surface with lines of craquelure, primarily in the area of the impasto paint. In places there are marks, where the frame has rubbed, resulting occasionally in losses of paint. The frame is in very good condition. Fernand Piet (1869-1942) Fernand Piet was born in Paris. After graduation in 1885, he first learned till 1887 in the studio of the history painter Fernand Cormon and then under Eugène Carrière and Alfred Philippe Roll. He then attended the École nationale supérieur des beaux-arts de Paris and also took courses at the Académie de la Grande Chaumiere. 1896-1989 Piet toured France, Belgium and Holland. In 1905 he was admitted to the jury of the Salon des Independants, in 1925, he became a member of the Société National des Beaux-Arts. Paintings of the artist can be found today for example in the Hermitage in St. Petersburg and in the Neue Pinakothek in Munich. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Albert Gustav Schwartz, Minerva Temple in Rom, 2nd H. 19th C.

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Description: Oil on canvasAlbert Gustav Schwartz (b. 1833) – German painterSigned 'A. Schwartz' lower leftInscribed 'Forum der Minerva in Rom' and labeled with information concerning the artist on the stretcherDimensions: 47 x 39 cmGilt stucco frame: 59 x 51.5 cmProvenance: Private collection, Berlin Condition:The painting is overall in good condition, slightly discolored, consistent with the age and with rubbed spots to the edges due to the frame. The frame shows usual signs of age and wear as well as a restored spot with loss of material at the right edge.Albert Gustav Schwartz (b. 1833)The painter Albert Gustav Schwartz, 1933 born in Berlin, studied at the academy of his hometown under M. Schmidt and V. Werner. He continued his education in Rome and settled down in England later. Since the mid-19th century the artist exhibited his works in art exhibitions. The oeuvre of the painter shows cityscapes, street scenes, marine paintings as well as landscapes. (msc) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Monogrammist ‘F.W.C.’, Ice Skaters, Oil Painting, 19th C

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedMonogrammist ‘F.W.C’ – Dutch SchoolMonogrammed ‘F.W.C’ at the lower rightDimensions: 36.5 x 47 cmGilt decorative frame: 54.5 x 67.5 cmProvenance: private property North Rhine-Westphalia Condition:The painting shows usual signs of age, is however in appealing condition. There are marks, where the frame has rubbed as well as slight color abrasion. The canvas with minor pressure marks along the underlying wooden stretcher bars. Inspection under UV-light reveals partial touch-ups, especially along the edges and some larger ones in the area of the sky. There are a number of circular lines of reticulation across the work as well as fine lines of craquelure. The frame with some cracks and reparations as well as verso with traces of worm infestation (inactive). (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Johann Mongel Culverhouse, Ice Skating in Delft, 1855

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Description: Oil on cardboard Netherlands, 1855 Johann Mongel Culverhouse (1820-1895) – Dutch genre painter Signed and dated lower left ‘J. M. Culverhouse 1855’ Dimensions: c. 50 x 64,5 cmFrame: 69 x 84 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection, Uruguay Condition:The painting is in good condition with traces of age and use. The cardboard has a slightlyl concave and convex surface, where the paint is partly a bit craquelured. The lower edge has some scratches with tiny losses of paint. Inspection under UV light reveals large areas of retouching to the sky, as well as to the edges. The cardboard measures c. 50 x 64,5 cm. The frame has light marks and measures 69 x 84 cm. The painting has not been examined without the frame.Johann Mongel Culverhouse (1820-1895)Johann Mongel Culverhouse is best known as a ‘Candlelight’ painter, who created night scenes in the moonlight or with candlelight based on painting of the 17th century. Moreover, he also painted genre scenes in pubs or on market days. There is much speculation about his artistic training, but we know that Culverhouse lived and worked in Rotterdam until c. 1845. In the following year, he moved to the United States, as various exhibitions at the American Academy of the Fine Arts (1849) or at the Boston Athenaeum (1851) prove. In the late 1850s, Culverhouse was temporarily active in Europe again; he repeatedly exhibited, for instance, at the Paris Salon. In the mid-1860s, he returned to America and established himself in Syracuse, New York. Although Culverhouse mainly worked for the American market, his subjects always remained the tradition of Dutch painting. Works by Johann Mongel Culverhouse can be found, for instance, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum, New York. (cbo)     Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Henry Charles Tenré, La Marchande de Violettes, c. 1900

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Description: Oil on canvasHenry Charles Tenré (1864-1926) - French painter and illustratorSigned ‘HENRY TENRɒ lower leftStamp of Parisian art supplier as well as owner’s seal on the frameDimensions: 130 x 91 cmIn gilt historicism frame: 150 x 114 cmA Lady's portrait in the impressionist manner, which was presented at the Paris Salon of 1913 (a copy of the exhibiton catalogue is linked in the additional information) Condition: The paint surface shows little losses of paint, craquelure and stains. The lower part of the canvas has been added. The varnish has been renewed. The inspection under UV light reveals older strokes of retouching to the background of the painting. The frame shows major losses. Société des artistes français: CATALOGUE ILLUSTRÉ du Salon de 1913. Paris, Édition Baschet. Henry Charles Tenré (1864-1926) Charles Henry Tenré grew up in Paris and studied at the Musée des Antiquités Nationales. In the 1880s, he began studying at the École des Beaux-Arts under Edmond Yon, Gustave Boulanger and Jules Lefebvre, focusing on historical and portrait painting. He presented his works among others in the salon of the Société des Artistes Français, and at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. (cko) Société des artistes français Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Édouard Richter, Female Portrait, Oil, 1870s

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedÉdouard Frédéric Wilhelm Richter (1844-1913) - French painter of OrientalismSigned ‘E. Richter’ upper rightWith an old typographical label on the stretcher, according to which the painting was exhibited on the Paris Salon of 1876Dimensions: 46.5 x 39 cmMounted in gilt historicism frame: 64 x 55.5 cmProvenance: Private collection, Uruguay Condition:The painting has slightly darkened and shows craquelure according to age, as well as rubbing of the paint due to the framing. The inspection under UV light reveals major touch-ups to the head and the figure of the sitter as well as small touch-ups to the lower margins. The frame shows small losses.Édouard Frédéric Wilhelm Richter (1844-1913)The painter Édouard Richter, born in Paris, studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris under the guidance of Ernest Hébert and Léon Bonnat. His favorite motifs were portraits and genre scenes. His first exhibition took place in 1866. (cko) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Estate of H. Zille, Conovlute of Postcards, Ger., 1st H. 20th C

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Description: Handwritten postcards, partial on paper photographies, partial polychrome paintedOne card stamped ‘Nachlaß Prof. Heinrich Zille‘, and seven cards with postmarksConvolute of eight postcards and autographics, thereof two addressed to Heinrich Zille, three to Walter Zille, one to Georg Bonatz, one to Miuna Papke, and one unwritten postcardFour photographies with views of old Berlin, as well as one family picture at Mother’s DayOne card with hand-painted picture of a girl in the toilet, one card with depiction of a paper cutOne pen and ink drawing of a lady with hatWe are grateful to Mr. Detlev Rosenbach, Hanover, for his kind informationDimensions: c. 9 x 13.9 cm each Condition:The postcards are in a good condition. They show usual traces of wear. Two cards with traces of glue and losses in places. One small loss can be found on the lower left corner of a card.Heinrich Zille (1858-1929)The German graphic artist, painter and photographer Heinrich Zille was born in Radeburg near Dresden in 1858. He studied under Professor Theodor Hosemann, who advised him to go to the streets, to observe and to draw. After completing his studies Zille was employed by different graphic firms before working for the Photographische Gesellschaft Berlin (Photographic Association Berlin) from 1877 onwards for thirty consecutive years. After his discharge from the military, he began to work as a freelance painter while still working for the Photographische Gesellschaft and developed his characteristic style: his works are characterised by scenes from the Berlin “Milljöh”, from the backstreets and the world of the proletarian underclass, to which he often added typical Berlin witticisms. In 1903, Zille became a member of the Berlin Secession. He was a close friend of Max Liebermann and became more and more known and popular, resulting in his appointment as Professor at the Prussian Academy of the Arts in 1924. After his death in 1929, Zille was buried in an Ehrengrab (grave of honour). A museum in Berlin is dedicated to the exceptional artist, countless streets and schools are named after him. The art museum of Mühlheim / Ruhr owns the largest collection of Zille’s drawings outside of Berlin. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Figural Mantel Clock with Antique-Like Couple, Mid-19th C

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Description: Bronze, gold-plated and partially with dark patina, brass, metalFrance, mid-19th centuryJapy Frères & Cie. – French clockmaker of the 19th centuryBack plate signed ‘Japy Frères’ and ‘Linetaire Paris’ as well as numbered ‘69’ and ‘2343’Circular brass movement, spring driven, lever escapement8 day running durationCount wheel half-hour striking mechanism on bell, spring suspension, brass pendulumGilt dial with Roman hour markers, outer minute ring, Breguet-handsOn multiply stepped base is positioned a dark rock upon which a young man is carrying a woman on his backA winding key in includedDimensions: 44.5 x 29.5 x 12 cm Condition:The mantel clock is in very good condition bearing minor signs of age and wear. During in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.Japy Frères & Cie.The company was founded in 1773 in Montbéliard by Fréderic Japy in the form of a small workshop for a mechanized production of watches. In 1777, it was transferred to Beacuourt, where two years later, about 50 employees were engaged with the production of movements. In 1806, his three sons were integrated into the company's management and Japy became an international business. After his father's death, the movements were signed with Japy Frères & Cie from 1850 onwards. In addition to the manufacture of watches in the course of the years more products were manufactured. Finally, the clock production had to be stopped in the 1930s. Today, however, Japy Frères & Cie produces engines under Renault. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Historicising Figural Mantel Clock, France, c. 1870

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Description: Bronze, gold-plated, brass, metalFrance, c. 1870Japy Frères & Cie. – French clockmaker of the 19th centuryBack plate signed ‘Japy Frères’Dial inscribed ‘Robert BoulD St Denis 19’Circular brass movement, spring driven, lever escapement8 day running durationCount wheel half-hour striking mechanism on bell, silk suspension adjustable from behind, brass pendulumWhite enamel dial with Roman hour markers, outer minute ring, pierced decorative handsOn multiply stepped base with coat of arms, festoon and tendrils the figure of a lady sculpted in the round and dressed in garments of the early 16th centuryDimensions: 49 x 38 x 15.5 cmProvenance: private property Silesia Condition:The mantel clock is in very good condition barely bearing any signs of age and wear. The dial with some smallest chips in the areas of the winding holes. During in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.Japy Frères & Cie.The company was founded in 1773 in Montbéliard by Fréderic Japy in the form of a small workshop for a mechanized production of watches. In 1777 it was transferred to Beacuourt, where two years later, about 50 employees were engaged with the production of movements. In 1806 his three sons were integrated into the company's management and Japy became an international business. After his father's death, the movements were signed with Japy Frères & Cie from 1850 onwards. In addition to the manufacture of watches in the course of the years more products were manufactured. Finally, the clock production had to be stopped in the 1930s. Today, however, Japy Frères & Cie produces engines under Renault. (nlu)  Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Rare Figural Mantel Clock with Male Warrior, Paris, 19th C.

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Description: Bronze, gold-plated and partially with dark patina, black hardstone, brass, metal, glassParis, 19th centuryJapy Frères & Cie. – French clockmaker of the 19th centuryBack plate signed ‘Japy Fréres’ and ‘Maviez Paris’, monogrammed ‘C.T’ as well as numbered ‘5341’ and ‘860’Circular brass movement, spring driven8 day running durationCount wheel half-hour striking mechanism on bell, spring suspension, brass pendulumWhite enamel dial with Roman hour-markers, outer minute ring, Breguet-hands, glazed bezelOn 6 gold-plated paw feet a stepped hardstone base, above that rising two columns, in-between them the case with the clockwork crowned by the sculptural figure of a warriorA winding key is includedDimensions: 50.5 x 46 x 25.5 cm Condition:The mantel clock is in very good condition bearing minor signs of age and wear. The dial with some fine hairline cracks and tiny chips. The hardstone base is partially bumped along edges and corners. During in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.Japy Frères & Cie.The company was founded in 1773 in Montbéliard by Fréderic Japy in the form of a small workshop for a mechanized production of watches. In 1777 it was transferred to Beacuourt, where two years later, about 50 employees were engaged with the production of movements. In 1806 his three sons were integrated into the company's management and Japy became an international business. After his father's death, the movements were signed with Japy Frères & Cie from 1850 onwards. In addition to the manufacture of watches in the course of the years more products were manufactured. Finally, the clock production had to be stopped in the 1930s. Today, however, Japy Frères & Cie produces engines under Renault. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Figural Clock with Diana, G. Mégnin, France, Late 19th C

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Description: Bronze, gold-plated, marble, brass, metalFrance, late 19th centuryG. Mégnin – French clockmaker, active in the 2nd half of the 19th centuryBack plate signed ‘G.Mégnin’ as well as ‘VCMB’ and numbered ‘2046’Circular brass movement, spring driven, lever escapement8 day running durationHalf-hour strike on bell, spring suspension, brass pendulumWhite enamel dial, Arabic hour markers, outer minute ring, Spade-hands, bezel with vaulted glazingOn 6 bronze feet the multiply structured marble base carrying the clockworkAbove that the sculptural figure of Diana, goddess of the hunt, with hunted bird, quiver and bowA winding key in includedDimensions: 39 x 27 x 14 cm Condition:The mantel clock is in good condition bearing minor signs of age and wear. Marble in places with smaller bumps. The figure with small manufacturing related fire cracks. During in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Rococo Style Mantle Clock, Presumably France, c. 1880

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Description: Bronze, gilt, enamel, polychrome painted, brass, glassPresumably France, c. 1880Movement numberedCircular brass movement with spring balance, brass pendulum and spring suspensionPower reserve: 8 daysHalf-hour strike on bellWhite enamel dial, black Arabic numerals and polychrome flower décor, gilt clock handsDial and movement with a circular cambered glass doorRectangular curved pedestal with volute-shaped feet and leafage, above a curved case with volute-shaped feet, leafage and lattice work, the top with a sculptural vase with flower bouquet and hanging flower tendrils sidewaysA winding key is enclosedMeasuring: 44.3 x 31.5 x 17 cm Condition:The mantel clock is in good condition. The gilding and the dial are partially minimal rubbed. One tendril is slightly loose and shows a small loss. During in house testing the watch was functional. No guarantee on long term precision and regularity. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Second Empire Mantel Clock, Cloisonné Enamel, France, c. 1900

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Description: Bronze, gold-plated and cloisonné enameled, brass, metal, glassFrance, c. 1900Back plate numbered ‘1236’ and ‘55’Circular brass movement, spring driven, lever escapement8 day running durationHalf-hour strike on bell, spring suspension, brass pendulumCloisonné enamel dial with 12 roundels for Roman hour-markers, Spade-handsOn molded base and four feet the architecturally structured case with four turned columns at the corners and round arched top with pinnacle-like crestDecorated throughout with sculptural putti and floral motifs as well as with fine floral and polychrome enamel decorationA winding key is includedDimensions: 53 x 26 x 22 Condition:The mantel clock is in very good condition with usual signs of age and wear. Like partial surface abrasion. During in house testing the watch was running. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Jaeger-LeCoultre, Atmos Vendome, Switzerland, 1970/80s

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Description: Brass, gilt, partially lacquered in green, metal, glass, marbleSwitzerland, 1970/80sJaeger-LeCoultre – Manufacturer of luxury watches since 1833Torsion pendulum movement with automatic wind-up via temperature differences and locking deviceWhite enamel dial with Roman indices, blacked Breguet handsGlazed brass case with fluted columns and hinged front on a massive marble baseLevel compensation via the characteristic adjusting screws at the baseDimensions: 24 x 21 x 16 cm Condition:The clock is in good condition. The case shows partial signs of wear. The removable plastic front of case is not the original. The corners of the marble base with some bumping marks. During in house testing the clock was fully functional; no guarantee on long term precision and regularity. (bde)Jaeger LeCoultreJaeger LeCoultre was established in 1833 by the brothers Charles Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. The Swiss luxury watch manufacturer belongs to the Richemont holding company and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Ladies’ watches with the smallest calibre in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonised pocket watch Grande Complicaton Email Bleu calibre 17JSSCCRVQ with minute repetition, two-hand chronograph and perpetual calendar (since 1928), the Reverso with swivel case (since 1931), the Memovox alarm watch (since 1956, with automatic winding since 1956), the automatic watch Futurematic (automatic alarm watch for divers, Deep Sea Automatic Alarm, since 1959) and the Grand Réveil with alarm, perpetual calendar and automatic winding (since 1989) are among the best-known watches. Recent successes include the Master Grand Réveil (since 2004, with vibration alarm) and the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie, consisting of 1300 components with 26 complications, one of the most complicated wristwatches in the world (since 2009). Table clocks are also produced to this day, such as the Atmos (since 1931), whose mechanical movement is wound up through changes in temperature.  Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Jaeger-LeCoultre, Atmos Embassy (Red), Switzerland, 1967-70

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Description: Brass, glassJaeger-LeCoultre – Manufacturer of luxury watches since 1833Model: Embassy, Reference: 5904; caliber 528/1Torsion pendulum movement with automatic wind-up via temperature differencesBrass ring with Roman numerals and brass clock handsHigh-rectangular brass case with a hinged glass door, lacquered sides (red marble)Level compensation via the characteristic lateral adjusting screws at the sides of the baseAn original instruction manual is enclosedDimensions: 22 x 17.7 x 12.8 cm The table clock Atmos was invented by the Swiss engineer Jean-Lêon Reutter around 1928. The Swiss clock manufactory Jaeger-LeCoultre acquired and patented the design in the 1930s. This model Embassy is equipped with a red-marbled case and is made of a simple elegance.Condition:The clock is in good condition, consistent with minimal traces of age. During in house testing the clock was functional. No guarantee on long term precision and regularity.Jaeger-LeCoultre (since 1833)Jaeger-LeCoultre was established in 1833 by the brothers Charles Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. The Swiss luxury watch manufactory belongs to the Richemont holding company and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. The best-known watches include ladies’ watches with the smallest caliber in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonized pocket watch Grande Complication Email Bleu caliber 17JSSCCRVQ with minute repetition, two-hand chronograph and perpetual calendar (since 1928), the ‘Reverso’ with swivel case (since 1931), the Memovox alarm watch (since 1956, also with automatic winding from 1956), the automatic watch Futurematic (automatic alarm watch for divers, Deep Sea Automatic Alarm, since 1959) and the ‘Grand Réveil with alarm, perpetual calendar and automatic winding (since 1989). Table clocks are also produced to this day, such as the ‘Atmos’ (since 1931), whose mechanical movement is wound up through changes in temperature. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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L’Epée, Officer’s Travel Clock, France, Late 20th C.

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Description: Brass, gilt, glass, enamelL’Epée (est. 1839) – French clock manufactory with French origin, late 20th centuryThe dial inscribed ‘L’Epée / Fondé en 1839 / Saint Suzanne France‘; movement with manufacturer’s logo, inscribed ‘MADE IN FRANCE’ and ‘11 ELEVEN JEWELS UNADJ.’, as well as numbered ‘00001565’Rectangular gilt brass movement with manucal movement, lever eycapement with balance wheel, 11 jewels8 days power reserveHalf-hour strike on bell, hours repetition and alarm functionHigh rectangular gilt brass body with profiled socket and top with brass handle, the sides and the top with on the sides faceted glazing, the rear with a hinged doorWhite rectangular enamel dial with black Arabian and Roman clockhandsClockhands of blackened steelA doubled ending key is enclosedDimensions (without handle): 11.8 x 8 x 6.7 cm Condition:The clock is in very good condition with minimal traces of wear. During in house testing the clock was functional. No guarantee on long term precision and regularity.Carriage clocksCarriage clocks – small, portable, spring-driven clocks with carrying handles – are among the most popular clocks with collectors today. This type of travelling clock was developed by Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823), one of the most famous French watchmakers of his time. At the turn of the 19th century, these watches were called pendules de voyage. In the early 19th and 20th main producer was France, but they were most sold in England and the United States. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance. Auctionata charges the resale rights tax pursuant to Section 26 of the German Copyright Act (UrhG) towards the buyer in case of the sale of an original work of art or photography prior to 70 years having lapsed since the death of their creator. Therefore, Auctionata charges when purchasing a good – if a protection as an original work of art or photography is given – starting from a hammer price of EUR 400 an additional amount, which is calculated according to Section 26 (2) German Copyright Act (UrhG) and which does not exceed the amount of EUR 12,500. You can find more information about resale rights tax in Auctionata´s table of fees and T&C.

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Equatorial Brass Sundial and Compass, 18th C.

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Description: Brass, glassParis, 18th centuryInscribed Guibout Sundial with an octagonal basic shape and inset compass with blued steel needleWith latitude scale, hour circle with Roman numerals and an attached gnomon and a compass needle under glassBoth sides inscribed to in degree sign of different countriesWith casketDimensions: 2.5 x 8.5 cm Portable sundials were widespread throughout Europe at this time. Sundials were the primary medium of timekeeping because mechanical watches were still very inaccurate and extremely expensive.Condition:The compass is in good, age-related condition with usual signs of usage. The box is worn and the cover is loose. (lvp) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Franz Happe Kiel, Marine Wall Chronometer M 2168, 20th C.

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Description: Metal, glassFranz Happe Kiel – German producer of chronometers, especially for the imperial marine, early 20th centuryInscribed ‘M 2168’ and ‘Franz Happe Kiel’, as well as with engraved imperial crown on the dialCircular dial in a metal case with hinged glass cap, mounted on an octagonal wood plateDial with hour, minute, subsidiary second and Roman numbersTwo keys are enclosedDiameter of the clock: 21.1 cm, diameter of the wood plate: 29.5 cm Condition:The wall clock is in good condition with usual traces of age and wear like scattered minimal abrasions on the case and on the glass. The dial shows stronger abrasions and scratches in places. The numbers were partial new repainted. The wood plate with two bore holes. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Florally Engraved Bone Veneered Mantel Clock, France, c. 1850

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Description: Wood, ebonized, bone, engraved and heightened with black, brass, metalFrance, c. 1850Japy Frères & Cie. – French clockmaking companyBack plate signed ‘Japy Frères & Cie’ as well as numbered ‘1745’Circular brass movement, spring driven, lever escapement8 day running durationCount wheel half-hour striking mechanism on bell, spring suspension, brass pendulumBrass dial with relief, the center with crown, drapery and medallion with profile, 12 bone cartouches with Roman hour markers, outer minute ring, open-work steel handsMultiply stepped base on four claw-feet, the clockwork within cylindrical elementVeneered throughout with florally and ornamentally engraved bone platelets heightened with blackA winding key is includedDimensions: 29 x 34.4 x 14 cmProvenance: private property Schleswig-Holstein Condition:The clock is in good condition bearing usual signs of age and wear. Bone occasionally with tension cracks and rubbing. During in-house testing, the timepiece was running, no guarantee on long term precision and regularity.Japy Frères & Cie.The company was founded in 1773 in Montbéliard by Fréderic Japy in the form of a small workshop for a mechanized production of watches. In 1777 it was transferred to Beacuourt, where two years later, about 50 employees were engaged with the production of movements. In 1806 his three sons were integrated into the company's management and Japy became an international business. After his father's death, the movements were signed with Japy Frères & Cie from 1850 onwards. In addition to the manufacture of watches in the course of the years more products were manufactured. Finally, the clock production had to be stopped in the 1930s. Today, however, Japy Frères & Cie produces engines under Renault. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Louis XVI Portico Clock with Lyre Crest, France, late 18th C

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Description: White and black marble, bronze, gold-plated, brass, metal, glassFrance, late 18th centuryCircular brass movement, spring driven8 day running durationCount wheel half-hour striking mechanism on bell, silk suspension, brass pendulumWhite enamel dial with Arabic hour-markers, outer minute ring, pierced decorative hands, bezel with vaulted glazingMarble plinth on four feet, above that two pillars with vegetal crests carrying the case of the clockwork in-between them, which is surmounted by a lyre and fitted with a festoon and ribbon belowDecorated throughout with bronze appliquésA winding key is includedDimensions: 48 x 34.2 x 14 cmProvenance: private property Silesia Condition:The mantel clock is in good condition bearing minor signs of age and wear. Marble, dial and glass of the reverse case door with smaller chips in places. During in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Louis XVI Portico Clock with Vase Crest, France, late 18th C.

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Description: White marble, bronze, gold-plated, brass, metal, glassFrance, late 18th centuryCircular brass movement, spring driven8 day running durationCount wheel half-hour striking mechanism on bell, silk suspension adjustable from behind, brass pendulumWhite enamel dial with Roman hour-markers, outer minute ring, pierced decorative handsMarble plinth on four feet, above that two columns with vase crests carrying the case of the clockwork in-between them, which is surmounted by a vase and fitted with a drapery belowA winding key is includedDimensions: 44 x 28 x 9.5 cmProvenance: private property Silesia Condition:The mantel clock is in good condition bearing minor signs of age and wear. Marble with smaller bumps in places. The left base shows a reparation. The dial bears fine hairline cracks and tiny chips in the area of the winding holes. During in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Marble Fountain Figure of a Boy Balancing a Bowl, 19th C.

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Description: MarbleFrench, 19th centuryFigure of a boy on a low steem, dressed in a cloth and balancing a bowl on his headSquare socketHeight: 106 cmThe marble figure was presumably made as a garden or fountain figure Condition:The figure is in age-related condition with traces of wear. Some smaller and larger losses can be found in the areas of the edges and corners, especially on the socket, the fingers and the abacus of the figure. The mounting between abacus and bowl is loose. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Germain Landrin, Louis XV Chest of Drawers, France, c. 1740

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Description: Mahogany veneered, bronze, brass, gilt, red-grey grained marbleParis, France, c. 1740Germain Landrin (1710-1785) - Major French ebonistStamped 'JME G. LANDRIN' on the body underneath the plate Convex body with narrow, slightly flared legs in sabots, above a slightly projecting marble topA four-drawer front, 1 key is enclosedEven veneer with geometrically arranged marquetry and concave gilded brass inlaysHandles, key plates, tablier and outer edges with gilt bronze rocaille-motivs, styelized leafs and masquesDimensions: 88 x 127 x 58 cmA magnificent rococo dresser by the major Parisian ebonist German Landrin  The 18th century chest of drawer is regarded today as the epitome of furniture art. The costly representation objects were mostly placed in state rooms facing fireplaces or as pairs in the front of pillars. As a design principle of the Louis XV vertical and horizontal lines should be no longer visible and so the bodies were covered harmoniously with marquetry and other decorations. The veneer of the corners and the feet are protected by precious fire-gilded bronze fittings.Condition:The chest of drawers is in very good condition, consistent with age. Some minor professionally restored areas. The gilding of the fittings has been renewed and the marble plate was supplemented later. The plate is repaired in places. The rear is partially wormy (inactive). Germain Landrin (1710-1782/85)As successor of Pierre II Migeon German Landrin was one of the most important Parisian ebonists of his era. Many of his chest of drawers have been made in a similar way. Among others he worked for Denis Genty and ascended to a high rank after the death of J. F. Oeben. In 1746 he became guild master and in 1772 he was appointed as president of the guild. (kre/bde)  Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Mirror with Zeus, Italy, late 17th C.

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Description: Wood, carved, gilt, mirror glass, gilt wireItaly, late 17th centuryRectangular mirror frame with revolving tendrils and leafage, partial flanked by flower garlandsThe crest with a scrollwork cartouche, putti at both sides, above Zeus on a eagle throwing lightningsOriginal mirror glassDimensions: 184.5 x 109.5 cm In the 16th and 17th century mirrors were compounded of particularly glass plates, which were expensive and rare. Murano was the center of flat and colorless glass production. In the end of the 17th century Louis XIV established his own glass foundry in Tourlaville, where a glaze technique was developed to produce larger glass plates. Whole European glass founders followed by this technique. Hall of mirrors established at the courts; the most famous one is presumably this in Versailles. The framing of the mirror was often elaborated and precious decorated with Putten, masks, scrollworks and floral motifs or even artful carved with a top. To strengthen light reflex the mirror was gilt or silvered. Larger mirrors were mounted above the chimney or at the wall between windows. The mirror developed to a highlight in an interior and delighted all people by its fascination to reflect itself.Condition:The mirror with its crest and side elements is in age-related condition. The gilding is rubbed resp. flaked off in places and shows some bumping marks and losses. The frame is partially wormy (inactive) and shows some tension cracks. Some restorations in the area of the crest. The reverse of the Zeus figure with loose elements and losses. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Console Table with Marble Plate, Italy, 18th C.

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Description: Wood, gilt, marbleItaly, 18th centuryCompact, stepped base, curved, two-part shaft, on the top a sculptural mythical creature, the slender apron underpinned by two curved struts with acanthus and volutesRed brown marble plate with curved outlineDimensions: 82.5 x 117.2 x 46 cm Defined by their bracket construction and designed to be affixed to walls, console tables are first recorded in the late 17th century. While at that time the table frames were decorated richly and pompously with caryatids, foliage or putti, following styles replaced such decorative forms with freer and less ponderous decorations.Condition:The console table is in age-related condition. The gilding is slighly rubbed or flaked off in places. Partial tension cracks. The marble plate shows several repaired breakages as well as partial bumping marks. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Magnificent Louis XV Style Center Table, France, 19th C. 

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Description: Wood, partially carved, gilt, marbleFrance, second half 19th centuryCurved x-strutted base on volute feetHigh, partly openwork apronContrasted with volutes, floral carvings and rocaille motifs Removable, slightly projecting marble topDimensions: 82.5 x 143 x 88 cm Condition:The table is in a good condition, consistent with age. The gilding is flaked off in places, or rubbed. A Crsck at the transition between leg and stretcher. The table top shows slight usual scratches. (bde) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Louis XIV Style Table with Show Case, France, Mid-19th C.

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Description: Wood, gilt and polychrome painted, faceted glassFrance, mid-19th centuryThe crest inscribed ‘E. Detaille’Rectangular table on four conical pillars with volutes and head reliefsHigh apron, front and reverse with a rocaille carvings and centered head reliefs between c-shaped cartouchesRed-Brown marbled topRemovable architectural-shaped showcase with a rocaille crest, upwards hinged glass panels on the front side and the reverseDimensions: 121.5 x 70.7 x 44.5 cmA magnificent Louis XIV style table with show case Condition:The object is in good condition, consistent with age. The gilding is slightly rubbed in places. The wooden framing of the show case with partial restorations. A small scratch on a glass panel. One glass door cannot be opened. The keys are missing. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Magnificent Louis XV Style Mirror, France, Mid-19th C.

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Description: Wood, gilt, mirror glassFrance, mid-19th centuryRectangular mirror frame, flanked by ovolo sides with stylized leaves, segmental arch pediment with rocaille décor and a hanging floral bouquetDimensions: 290 x 168 cmA monumental highly Louis XV style mirror Condition:The mirror is in good condition, consistent with age. Some usual traces of wear as well as craquelure and small tension cracks. The hanging floral decoration and the crest with a restoration. The mirror glass was presumably supplemented. (ala) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Gilt Wood Louis XVI Pelmet, France, c. 1780

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Description: Wood, carved and giltFrance, c. 1780Broad pelmet with accentuated corner areas and central segmental pedimentContrasted with dentil and acanthus frieze as well as with paterae and a central vase motif with laurel branchesDimensions: 16 x 340 x 35 cm Condition:The pelmet is in good condition, consistent with age. In places the gilding with small blemishes and cracks. The battens on the inside have been added later and reworked. (bde) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Large Chandelier with Lush Fruit Hangings, France, 19th C

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Description: Bronze, gold-plated, white metal, glassFrance, 19th century21-ligh fixtureRising from a pierced fruit basket with lush sculptural fruit décor are 5 curved tendrils with acanthus leavesLower part with each three bundled chandelier armsAt the top 5 single armsRichly embellished with glass hangings in the form of fruits and leaves21 light bulbs are includedHeight: c. 228 cm Condition:The stately chandelier is in very good condition and electrified. The functionality has not been tested and thus cannot be guaranteed. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Henry Dasson, Table En Chiffoniere, France, 2nd H. 19th C. 

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Description: Oak, mahogany and rose wood veneered, brass, green leatherFrance, 2nd half of 19th centuryHenry Dasson (1825-1896) - major French manufacturer of furniture and bronzesOne drawer stamped underneath 'DASSON'Slender, slightly flared leggs with brass shoes, thereon the slightly bulbous carcass with a curved plate, the edges and plate with brass fittingsThe front with two drawers, one with lock and key, thereover a flat extendible shelf, another drawer alongsideThe exterior and the top with floral marquetry, depicting vases with sumptous flower arrangementsDimensions: 74 x 35 x 35 cm Condition:The table en chiffoniere is in good condition, consistent with age. The plate showing slight traces of wear and two minimal demages to the veneer sideways.Henry Dasson (1825-1896)Henry Dasson was an important furniture manufacturer of the 19th century. He began his career as a bronze sculptor. His workshop was located in Paris. There he specialized in the manufacture of furniture with gilt bronze mounts in the style of Louis XIV, XV and XVI. In 1871, he took over Guillaume Winckelsen’s company. In 1878 and 1889, he presented works at the Paris World Exhibitions. He ceased the production in 1894. (kre) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Baroque Dresser with Tin Inlays, Brunswick, Mid-18th C.

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Description: Conifer wood, walnut and burr walnut veneered, tin, brassBrunswick, mid-18th centuryA three-drawer body with double curved front on flattened ball feetSlightly projecting molded topThe body contrasted with strapwork and chased tin inlays The fittings and the handles with rocaille motifs, supplemented1 key is enclosedDimensions: 77 x 109 x 61 cm Condition:The dresser is in good condition, consistent with age. The apron of the base, the narrow sides and the interior of the drawers are restored. The brass fittings are supplemented. The edges and corners with some slight bumping marks. The veneer shows usual scratches and some small cracks as well as scattered minimal warping. (bde) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Pair of Baroque Angel Half Figures, Germany, 18th C.

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Description: Limewood, carved all round, polychrome and gold paintedPresumably Germany, 18th centuryHalf figures of two adoring angelOriginally on a wall mounted figures of a Baroque altarHeight: each c. 32 cm Condition:Both figures are showing age-relates desiccation cracks and repaired parts. Painting partially peeled off, renewed and showing traces of an inactive wood worm. Backsides with traces of a former mounting. (kre) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Walnut Veneered Armoire, Germany, 2nd H of the 18th C.

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Description: Walnut, walnut veneered, shellac-polished, brassGermany, 2nd half of the 18th centuryHigh base on flattened ball feet, front with two doors, top part with projecting, stepped corniceCorner areas and center accentuated, front and sides architecturally structured, the doors contrasted with a meander1 key is includedDimensions: 237 x 243 x 90 cm Condition:The cupboard is in good, restored condition. In places slight cracks to the veneer as well as tension cracks and minor surface abrasion. Slight bumps along edges and corners. One molding of the upper right base is not affixed but included. (bde) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Portrait of an Spanish Gentleman, Oil on Canvas, c. 1700

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedPresumably England, c. 1700On the reverse traces of an old labelDimensions: 64.2 x 52.5 cmFrame: 72.5 x 59.6 cmProvenance: private property North Rhine-WestphaliaClassic portrait depicting an Spanish gentleman  Condition:The portrait shows usual signs of wear. Fine craquelure and some framing marks. The inspection under UV-light reveals several smaller retouching on the upper half of the image, especially in the area of the head. The canvas shows slight pressure marks along the underlying wooden stretcher bars. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Putti with Bird Cage, Animals and Fruit, Oil Painting, c. 1700

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedItaly, c. 1700Dimensions: 75 x 121.5 cmFrame: 83.7 x 132 cmProvenance: private property Northrhine-Westphalia Representations of putti were frequently used for allegorical depictions, for repeating a certain thematic design concept and also for purely decorative purposes. Since ancient times to the present day, they often symbolized love gods. The special variant of amoretti as representations of Cupid, god of erotic love, was very popular during Baroque and Rococo. Here they are depicted playing with a bird cage. On the left half of the image animal staffage.Condition:The large-scale painting shows heavier signs of age and wear. There are several larger areas of paint loss or abrasion, especially along the edges. Inspection with UV-light reveals a number of touch-ups that are also occasionally visible with the naked eye. The frame is in very good condition. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Still Life with Hound, Oil Painting, Flemish School, c. 1700

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedFlemish schoolDimensions: 45.8 x 63.5 cmFrame: 63 x 81.5 cmStill life in the manner of the Flemish painter Jan Fyt (1611-1661) Condition:The painting shows signs of age and wear. The canvas is relined and was mounted on a new stretcher frame. Craquelure is scattered across the work. There are a number of circular lines of reticulation. There is a horizontal crease in the center of the canvas. Occasionally some smaller traces of surface dirt. Several areas of retouching in the background and on the dog's snout can be seen with the naked eye. Inspection with UV-light reveals some smaller touch-ups. The frame is in very good condition. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Eugène Verboeckhoven, Sheep in the Barn, Oil, 1876

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedEugène Verboeckhoven (1798/99-1881) - Belgian animal and landscape painter, marine and portrait painter as well as graphic artistSigned ‘Eugène Verboeckhoven f’ and dated ‘1876’ lower leftIn gilt frame:77,5 x 98,5 cmProvenance: Private collection, Uruguay A characteristic and idyllic painting by the Belgian animal painter This painting shows the bravura of Verboeckhoven in painting animals. Beyond the exact depiction of anatomy he achieves to point out even the character of the animals. The different painterly treatment of the fluffy wool of the sheep, the hair of the rabbit or the straw on the floor show the high quality of painting.Condition:The painting is relined and has a newer varnish. Inspection under UV light reveals several retouching at the edges and minor retouching at the left sheep in the background. The edges of the painting trimmed with old strips of paper. The frame shows usual signs of age and wear and several small losses at the ornaments.Eugène Verboeckhoven (1798/99-1881)The Belgian painter Eugène Joseph Verboeckhoven was trained in drawing and embossing by his father, the sculptor Barthélemy Verboeckhoven. In 1847, he established a studio in Brussels, where he painted numerous animal depictions, particularly landscapes with sheep. His paintings are characterized by a careful drawing. In addition to his paintings, Verboeckhoven has etched numerous animal depictions. Works by Verboeckhoven are on display in major museum collections, including the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Courtauld Institute of Art and the Royal Collection in London, as well as the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Landscape with Cows, Oil Painting, Dutch, 19th Century

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Description: Oil on panelDutch, 19th centuryDimensions: 34.7 x 46 cmFrame: 50 x 58 cmProvenance: Private property, North Rhine-Westphalia Condition:The painting shows occasionally tiny craquelure. The panel broke through in the center and was glued together, there are areas of retouching visible with naked eye. Smallest losses to the pigment as a result of frame abrasion. The inspection under UV-light reveals some tretouching, especially on the upper half of the image, along the edges and the crack. The frame is in good condition bearing only scattered bumps and color losses. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Follower of Jan I van den Hecke, Horses and Bulls, Oil, 18th C

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Description: Oil on panelFollower of Jan I van den Hecke (1619/20-1684) – Belgian still life and landscape painter, graphic artist, etcher and draughtsmanDimensions: 21.5 x 27.5 cmGilt wood decorative frame: 48 x 53.5 cmProvenance: private property North Rhine-WestphaliaSmall-scale painting after an etching by Jan I van den Hecke (1619/20-1684) Condition:The panel painting is in good condition bearing usual signs of age. There are marks, where the frame has rubbed, as well as in places smaller or larger losses of paint. Inspection under UV-light reveals a touch-up centric at the upper edge. In places fine lines of craquelure. The frame is in very good condition. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Flemish School, Triumphal Procession, Oil, presumably 17th C.

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedDimensions: 106 x 168 cmFrame: 117.5 x 181 cmProvenance: Private property Belgium Condition:The large-scale painting shows heavy signs of age. There are severe losses of paint across the composition. Inspection under UV light reveals numerous touch-ups. Craquelure is scattered across the work. (nlu) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Copy after Salvator Rosa, Alexander and Diogenes, 18th/19thC.

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Description: Oil on canvas, relinedCopy after Salvator Rosa (1615-1673) – Italian painter, etcher, poet and actorOn the stretcher frame with an old label by the workshop of T. Rushworth & Son, Carvers and Gilders, DurhamDimensions: 170 x 230 cmIn ornamented gilt frame: 206 x 230 cmProvenance: Private collection, BelgiumBaroque interpretation of the famous and frequently illustrated anecdote from the life of the Cynic philosopher. All his life Salvator Rosa was interested in the ancient philosophers, and so their representations have a large part in his oeuvre. The work presented here as a later copy represents the famous anecdote of the encounter between Alexander the Great and the Cynic philosopher Diogenes: Alexander the Great visits Diogenes, who rests in the sun. He introduces himself and asks the philosopher what desire he can fulfill for him. The answers at that is "Get me out of the sun". The original painting from 1643 is located in Althorpe House, the Spencers estate in Northampton, where it decorates the Marlborough Room.Condition:The painting bears rubbed spots due to the frame and several scratches: in the center, upper right, lower left and at the barrel. There are traces of mold lower left and a small tear (c. 1.3 cm) with craquelure affecting the white horse. Overall are small retouched spots and overpaintings in the part of the figure. The edges show several tiny damages and all round are remains of an old paper band mounting. The frame shows tears and small losses of material in some places.Salvator Rosa (1615-1673)Born in Aranella near Naples, Salvator Rosas showed great artistic talent early on. He prevailed against his father, who envisaged a legal or clerical career for his son, and probably first studied with his uncle, later possibly also with Francesco Fracanzano. Rosa's early works depicted mainly landscapes that have already attracted great attention. At the end of the 1630s, also battle scenes originated. During the 1640s, Salvator Rosa increasingly sought a monumentality in his works, which finally also took on historical motifs. He also made a name for himself as an etcher. (fea) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Circle of Otto van Veen. The Extacy of St. Francis, Oil, 17th C

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Description: Oil on cradled panelOtto (Octavius) van Veen (1556-1629) – Flemish painter and teacher of Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)Dimensions: 105 x 76 cmIn profiled wooden frame: 120,3 x 91,8Provenance: Private collection, Belgium St. Francis looks in mystical extasy, braced by an angel, at the Holy Cross, the nails and the crown of thornes, presented to him by another angel. The sky above him is open brightly. His right hand rests on a skull, his left hand holds a book. So both hands shows the spectator obviously the stigmata of St. Francis.Condition:The painting shows several scattered losses of paint and material. The panel is consisting of four planks. Despite the panel was cradled later, the surface of the painting cracked partially at the glued joints. The inspection under UV-light reveals some minor retouching and repainting. Larger areas are covered with several layers of varnish, which not allow to draw further conclusions from the inspection. There is some slight rubbing on the edges of the panel. The frame shows usual signes of age and wear.Otto (Octavius) van Veen (1556-1629)After a first artistic training in Leiden, Otto van Venn worked 1575-1580 in Rome in the workshop of Federico Zuccaro. Before returning to the Southern- Netherlands in 1584 and working as court painter of the governor Alessandro Farnese, he visited Munich and Aachen. He became a master of the Guild of St. Luke in Antwerp and run a succesfull workshop, where also the young Peter Paul Rubens worked. Van Venn published several emblem books, which had huge impact to other seventeenth-century artists and enhanced van Veens reputation as a painter in humanistic tradition. (rac) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Ecce Homo, Oil, Presumably Flemish School 17th Century

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Description: Oil on cradled panelDimensions: 93 x 70 cmProvenance: Private collection, Belgium Condition:The painting is discolored and shows scattered marks. The vertical cracking had been relined long ago. In the part of the edges are tiny damages and small losses of material. The painting shows overall a lot of losses of color as well as scattered rubbed spots and scattered retouched spots. (msc) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Flemish School, Entombment of Christ, Oil, around 1700

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Description: Oil on canvas, relined Flemish school, around 1700Dimensions: 250 x 160.5 cmProvenance: Private collection, Belgium The artist of this Entombment group lays emphasis on the scenery using light: While the protagonists of the scenery primarily Christ as well as Mary are bathed in bright light the wider circle belongs to the darker background.Condition:The painting is overall strongly discolored and partially tiny craquelure and scattered small color flaking can be seen. There is a horizontal running crease in the center probably because two parts of the canvas had been stitched together. The canvas is loosely in the lower part, thus in this part are larger losses of color and craquelure. Rubbed spots affect the edges and partially the varnish on the figures. Several restored spots are in the sky and scattered retouched spots can be seen under UV light. Mainly in the lower part and on the reverse are traces of mold. The painting is in need of a restoration. (msc) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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