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Auction Description for Native: African Art, Tribal Art and 20th Century Furniture
Viewing Notes:
17 - 20 January 2017 11.00 - 18.00 21 January 2017 10.00 - 12.00
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
CONDITIONS OF SALE - NATIVE SPRL
Taking part in auctions constitutes unconditional acceptance of these Conditions of Sale.

1. Auctions and state of the objects

a) The objects at auction are put up for auction by Native on behalf and in the name of the person who has deposited them ("Vendor").
Adjudication is made in favour of the highest bidder in Euros acknowledged by Native at the time of the auction ("Buyer") and the Sales Contract between the depositor and the Buyer is concluded by this adjudication.
The object being sold is released to the Buyer only against payment in cash or bank transfer. To be accepted as means of payment, cheques must be cleared by the bank on which they are drawn before the object auctioned can be released.

b) Objects are put in the auction in the state in which they are found at the time of the auction. Subject to point 1c. below, any guarantee for material damage or legal damages is excluded.
The objects are on display during the event. The descriptions shown in catalogues, advertisements, brochures or any other article or document issued by Native are given purely by way of illustration. They in no way commit the liability of Native. Consequently, Native guarantees neither the accuracy of the explanatory notes contained in the catalogue, nor the origin, date, age, cultural background or provenance of the objects put up for auction. It is the depositor who is solely liable for the explanatory notes in the catalogue. Native agrees to reproduce them in the catalogue only in its capacity as agent for the depositor.

c) Native freely states that it is prepared to cancel the auction on behalf of the depositor and refund only the hammer price, commission and VAT if an object sold should prove, within 1 year from the date of the auction, to be a modern intentional fake. By modern intentional fake is to be understood a reproduction which it can be proved has been made with the intention of falsely deceiving others whether in respect of origin, date, age, cultural background or source, without this having been shown in the catalogue.
The condition for this refund is that the Buyer send an immediate claim by registered letter to Native as soon as the defect has come to light and at the latest by 1 year from the date of the auction and that he immediately return the fake object in the same state as on the day of the auction and exempt of any third - party claim. The Buyer must provide proof that the object auctioned is a fake compared with the description in the catalogue and that the object is identical to the item auctioned. Any other claim by the Buyer is excluded.

d) Buyers must, at their own expense, come and collect the objects auctioned within 7 days from the end of the auction during opening times at Native, namely from Monday to Friday 10.00 to 13.00 and 14.00 to 17.30. If sufficient time is available, objects will be released after each session. In accordance with point 1, handover will be against payment in cash.
During the abovementioned period, Native is liable for the loss, theft, damage or destruction of the objects auctioned and paid for, although only up to the amount of the price of the auction, commission and VAT. On the expiry of this period, Native's liability ceases. If the objects auctioned are not withdrawn within 7 days, they will be stored at the expense and risk of the Buyer.

e) Each Buyer is personally responsible for the item awarded to him at auction. Proof of powers of attorney may be required from persons acting as third - party representatives or as an organ of a corporate body. The representative is jointly and severally liable with the person represented for meeting all commitments.

2. Hammer price, commission, risk transfer, ownership transfer, payment, invoicing, VAT, importing and exporting

a) In addition to the hammer price, the Buyer owes a supplement ("commission") on the hammer price. Commission is 20% of the hammer price.

The Vendor is a non - resident of the EU, the Buyer will pay an import tax of 6% in addition to the bid price plus legal costs. The amount of this tax will be reimbursed on presentation of proof of export outside the EEC.

b) Ownership of the object auctioned passes to the Buyer once the hammer has come down finally. Until full payment of the hammer price, commission and VAT, Native reserves a right of retention and lien on all objects in its keeping. The release of the auctioned object to the Buyer is not made until after full payment of the hammer price, commission and VAT.

c) An auctioned object must be paid for within 7 days after the auction. If the Buyer remains in default on payment 30 days after the auction, any sum due at that time will,
as of right and without any formal notification being necessary, be subject to interest on arrears of 10% per annum. Moreover, in the event of non - payment by the final deadline, any sum due will be increased as of right by a flat - rate indemnity of 15%, without prejudice to Native's right to seek full reparation of the damage suffered. .
In addition, if the payment due by the Buyer does not take place or is not made in time, Native can, as it chooses and in the name of the depositor, either continue to demand that the sales contract be executed or, without being bound to set a fixed time, waive the right to require execution of the sales contract and claim damages for non - execution or even renounce the contract. The Buyer is liable in respect of Native and the depositor for all damages resulting from non - payment or late payment.

e) The exporting of any object from Belgium and the importing into a third country may be subject to particular authorisations. The Buyer is responsible for obtaining all necessary export or import licences. Refusal of these authorisations or any delays after they have been obtained will in no case be grounds for a cancellation of the sale or a delay in payment.

3. Registration and attendance at the Sale

a) The submission of a bid or an absentee bid unconditionally and irrevocably binds the bidder. The bidder remains bound to his offer until this becomes the subject of a higher bid or is rejected by Native. Double bids become the subject of an immediate new call to bid; in cases where there is doubt, the senior auctioneer decides the matter by drawing lots.

b) Bidders who are not personally known to Native are bound to give legitimate proof of identity before the beginning of the auction. Native reserves the right to request proof of the bidder's solvency. If this latter document is not available, Native is authorised to demand the immediate payment of a cash deposit equal to 10% of the auction price or the lodging of a guarantee. If this deposit is not paid or guarantee lodged, Native is authorised on behalf of the depositor to cancel the auction.

c) Native is free to reject a bid without giving reasons. Similarly, it is within its rights to hold an auction without selling or withdraw objects from the auction. Native reserves the right to refuse any person access to its commercial premises or forbid any person from taking part in one of its auctions.

d) Bids from interested parties who do not wish to attend the auction personally will be taken into consideration if they communicate such a wish in writing 24 hours before the start of the auction.
Interested persons can bid by telephone if they have not announced their wishes in writing at least 24 hours before the start of the auction. Native accepts bids by telephone for lots whose lowest estimate reaches at least €1,000.
Native disclaims all responsibility for offers which have not been taken into account as well as for bids made by telephone which may not have been taken into account.
The rules set down in point 3b in respect of providing proof of identity and solvency also apply to persons bidding by telephone or in writing. For bidders who place
their offer via the Internet, in other words an absentee bid, point 3b applies only in respect of solvency.

4. Miscellaneous

The auction is held under the joint authority of a huissier de justice (Court Justice). Any liability on the part of Native arising from acts attributable to the huissier involved is excluded.

b) The foregoing stipulations are an integral part of each individual sales contract concluded at sales by auction. Amendments to them are in no way binding unless Native has given its agreement to them in writing.

c) Any dispute on the validity, interpretation and execution of these Conditions of Sale and any dispute on the conducting of the auctions will be subject to Belgian law, with the exception of (a) the stipulations of the Vienna Convention on international sales contracts and (b) the rules of referral to Belgian international private law.

d) Only the courts and tribunals of Brussels are competent to rule on any disputes.
Shipping Terms:
Auction house will help to arrange shipment at buyer's expense.

African Art, Tribal Art and 20th Century Furniture (64 Lots)

by Native

January 21, 2017, 3:00 PM CET

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Bruxelles, Belgium

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BIOMA FIGURE

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: BIOMA FIGURE Wood - 53 cm Wapo Creek, Gulf of Papua Papua New Guinea Provenance: Baudouin De Grunne Collection French Private Collection Published: Bernard De Grunne, Art Papou, Louis Musin éditeur, 1979 Exhibited: « Art Papou », Maison de la Culture de Woluwe-St-Pierre, 1979

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HEI TIKI PENDANT

Estimate: €6,000 - €8,000

Description: HEI TIKI PENDANT Green stone - 10,5 cm New Zealand Provenance: French Private Collection

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EXPOSITION

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: EXPOSITION CONGOLAISE 12 phototypes Belgium Album in-quarto edited for the « Exposition Universelle de Bruxelles, 1897 ». Cover designed by Henri Meunier. N°399 for G. Maes.

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Starting bid: €800 (0 bids)

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PENDE PENDANT

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: PENDE PENDANT Ivory - 6,4 cm D.R. Congo Provenance: Reportedly from a Belgian colonial family, collected prior to World War II Marc Leo Felix, Brussels Harold Gray, Washington, D.C., acquired from the above on June 14, 1982 Sotheby's, 16 May 2013, New York, lot 170

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MAMA MASK

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: MAMA MASK Wood and pigments - 49 cm Nigeria Provenance: Acquired in the early 90's, Belgian Private Collection, by descent

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MARCEL-LOUIS BAUGNIET (1896 - 1995)

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,500

Description: MARCEL-LOUIS BAUGNIET (1896 - 1995) Modernist chair Circa 1925, Belgium Ebonised oak and rush 105 x 43 x 40,5 cm - seat height 46 cm Provenance: Private collection Literature: « Akarova » A. Van Loo, D. Dobbels, G. Listä, C. Mierop, A. Neue, F. Van De Kerckhove. Edition AAM, 1988. P. 172 & 209, for models of similar construction. A model of this chair is part of the collection of « the Archives of Modern Architecture of Brussels ». (A.A.M.)

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HUIB HOSTE (1881 - 1957)

Estimate: €8,000 - €10,000

Description: HUIB HOSTE (1881 - 1957) 2 constructivist lounge chairs Circa 1932, Belgium Bubinga wood & original polychrome fabric 70 x 76 x 70 cm Reversible seat cushions (1 yellow side / 1 blue side) Provenance: Private collection Literature: « L'art du meuble en Belgique au XXe Siècle. » F. DefourLannoo edition, 1979, Belgium, p. 72. Exhibited: Taking part of the exhibition « Art Nouveau & design 1830 - 1958. » , at the royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels, from 25/05/2005 to 31/12/2005.

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HUIB HOSTE (1881 - 1957)

Estimate: €8,000 - €10,000

Description: HUIB HOSTE (1881 - 1957) Coffee table Circa 1927, Belgium Black tinted wood & original red paint 52,5 x 44 x 65 cm Provenance: Private collection Literature: « Art deco Belgique 1920 - 1940 » P. Loze & D. Vautier Edition I.P.S., 1988, p. 280. Exhibited: « Mobilia , 100 ans de design d'architectes belges. » Atomium Brussels, from 12/02/2014 to 15/06/2014.

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GA'ANDA JAR

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,000

Description: GA'ANDA JAR Terracotta - 52,5 cm Nigeria Provenance: Private Collection, Belgium

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GA'ANDA JAR

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,000

Description: GA'ANDA JAR Terracotta - 37,5 cm Nigeria Provenance: Private Collection, Belgium

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FELIX DE BOECK (1898 - 1995)

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: FELIX DE BOECK (1898 - 1995) Composition abstraite Circa 1920 - 1925 Watercolor, ink and pencil 21,9 x 15,2 cm

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Current bid: €800 (1 bid)

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LUIGI CACCIA DOMINIONI (1913-2016)

Estimate: €9,000 - €12,000

Description: LUIGI CACCIA DOMINIONI (1913-2016) Rare table lamp « Sasso » Circa 1948, edited by Azucena, Italy. Polished river stone, brass and black enameled refector. 41 x 8,5 x 11,5 cm Provenance: Private collection Literature: « Repertorio 1950/1980 ». G. Gramigna, Milan 1985, p. 58. « La Luce Italiana, design delle lampode 1945-2000 » Bassi, edition Electa 2003, p. 52.

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LEVY MORELLE (1921 - 1986)

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: LEVY MORELLE (1921 - 1986) Circa, 1950 Oil on canvas - 46 x 38 cm France Provenance: Private Collection, Belgium

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LUBA WHISTLE

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: LUBA WHISTLE Ivory - 7 cm D.R. Congo Provenance: Private Collection, Belgium

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ILMARI TAPIOVAARA (1914 - 1999)

Estimate: €2,000 - €3,000

Description: ILMARI TAPIOVAARA (1914 - 1999) Armchair « Domus » Finland. Circa 1950. Edited by Keravan Puuteolisuusoy. Birchwood, birch plywood 85 x 60 x 64 cm - seat height 34 cm Provenance: Private collection Literature: « Ilmari Tapiovaära, interior architect » Lisa Steinmeyer, edited by Lily Kane, 2001, p. 20- 21.

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KNUD BASSE (1916 - 1991)

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,000

Description: KNUD BASSE (1916 - 1991) Table lamp Denmark. Circa 1950. Glazed stoneware manufactured by Michaël Andersen & Son 48 x 10 cm

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Starting bid: €1,500 (0 bids)

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JOERGEN GAMMELGAARD (1938 - 1991)

Estimate: €2,000 - €3,000

Description: JOERGEN GAMMELGAARD (1938 - 1991) Pair of folding stools Circa 1970, Denmark. Nickled steel & nylon Edited by Dansk Forum. 41 x 57,5 x 47 cm Literature: « Danish Chairs » Noritsugu Oda Korinsha Press, 1996, p. 210.

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LUBA ZIMBA

Estimate: €6,000 - €8,000

Description: LUBA ZIMBA STOOL Wood - 43,5 cm D.R. Congo Provenance: Acquired in Brussels in the early 90'S

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Starting bid: €4,000 (0 bids)

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LE CORBUSIER Charles-Edouard Jeanneret dit Le Corbusier. (1887-1965)

Estimate: €30,000 - €40,000

Description: LE CORBUSIER Charles-Edouard Jeanneret dit Le Corbusier. (1887-1965) Rare stool From Unité d'Habitation, Nantes-Rezé, 1955, France. Original grey and dark red painted wood 43,3 x 33 x 27,3 cm Provenance: Unité d'habitation, Nantes-Rezé Private collection Literature: « Le Corbusier, meubles d'intérieurs 1905-1965. » Ruëgg Edition Fondation Le Corbusier et Scheidegger & Spiess. Zurich 2012, p. 338. Domus 312, nov. 1955, p. 51, in situ.

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DUGDALE-MOORE

Estimate: €600 - €800

Description: DUGDALE-MOORE Circa, 1950 Oil on canvas - 40 x 80 cm Provenance: Galerie l'Angle Aigu, Brussels

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Starting bid: €475 (0 bids)

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ANGELLO LELLI (1911-1979)

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: ANGELLO LELLI (1911-1979) Ceiling light Circa 1954. Italy Lacquered metal, brass & nylon. Edited by Arredoluce. Manufacturer 's paper label upside 95 x 61 x 57 cm Provenance: Private collection Literature: « 1000 lights 1879 to 1959 » & P. Fiell, Edition Taschen, 2005, p. 463. « La Luce Italiana, design delle lampode 1945-2000» Bassi, edition Electa 2003, p. 77.

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Starting bid: €4,000 (0 bids)

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LUCIEN ENGELS (1928)

Estimate: €2,000 - €3,000

Description: LUCIEN ENGELS (1928) Chair B model From the Emile Vandervelde house II, Oostduinkerke, 1957, Belgium. Natural & lacquered wood. 78,8 x 41 x 48 cm - seat height 45 cm Provenance: Emile Vandervelde house II , Oostduinkerke, Belgium Private collection. Literature: « Hendendaags design, Alfred Hendrickx en het fties-meubel in België.» Mil de Kooning, Fredie Floré, Iwan Strauwen, OKV Edition 2000, p. 130. « Lucien Engels », Architecture Art Design Mil de Kooning & Geert Bekaert, WZW Edition 2009, p. 183 - 185. Exhibited: Atomium Brussels : «Mobilia, 100 years of belgian architects design (12/02/2014 - 15/06/2014.)

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PIERRE GUARICHE (1926-1995)

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: PIERRE GUARICHE (1926-1995) Pair of sconces « G14 » Circa 1950, France. Lacquered metal and brass. Edited by Disderot. 16,5 x 22 x 8 cm Literature: « The complete designer's light (1950-1990) » & D. Krzentowski author & edition 2012, p. 39.

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ROGER CAPRON (1922-2006)

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: ROGER CAPRON (1922-2006) « Molaire » vase Circa 1960, France Ceramic white and polychrome « pavés » enamelled vase, signed underside H 22 cm - D 20,5 cm Literature: « Roger Caperon, céramiste » P. Staudenmeyer, edition Norma, 2003, p. 68.

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SERGE MOUILLE (1922- 1988)

Estimate: €3,500 - €4,000

Description: SERGE MOUILLE (1922- 1988) Table lamp « agrafée simple rotule » Circa 1957, France. Lacquered metal and brass 87 x 30 x 48 cm Literature: Serge Mouille, un classique français. » P.E Pralus, Les éditions du mont Thou, 2006, p. 207.

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PUNU MASK

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: PUNU MASK Wood and pigments - 35,5 cm Gabon Provenance: Collected before 1908 by a French territorial adminstrator, Edouard Emile Léon Telle (b.1859) Gouverneur des Colonies and Gouverneur du Gabon from 1896 to 1908 By descent

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VASE

Estimate: €200 - €300

Description: VASE Glass - 33,3 cm Sven Palmqvist - Sweden Orrefors, Kraka

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Starting bid: €160 (0 bids)

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VASE

Estimate: €100 - €150

Description: VASE Glass - 35 cm Strombergshyttan - Sweden30

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VASE

Estimate: €150 - €200

Description: VASE Glass - 28 cm Vicke Lindstrand - Sweden Kosta

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Vase

Estimate: €200 - €300

Description: Vase Glass - 37 cm Strombergshyttan - Sweden

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Vase

Estimate: €100 - €150

Description: Vase Glass - 22 cm Kosta - Sweden

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Vase

Estimate: €100 - €150

Description: Vase Glass - 20,4 cm Strombergshyttan - Sweden

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CupGlass - 14,4 cm

Estimate: €100 - €150

Description: CupGlass - 14,4 cm Gordon - Sweden

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Vase

Estimate: €200 - €300

Description: Vase Glass - 17,3 cm Finland Circa 1960

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Vase

Estimate: €100 - €150

Description: Vase Glass - 22 cm Kosta - Sweden

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LEGA JANUS

Estimate: €2,000 - €3,000

Description: LEGA JANUS FIGURE Ivory - 15,3 cm D.R. Congo Provenance: Private Collection, Belgium

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Starting bid: €1,600 (0 bids)

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YAKA FIGURE

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,000

Description: YAKA FIGURE Wood - 44,5 cm D.R. Congo Provenance: Private Collection, Belgium

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LUBA STOOL

Estimate: €6,000 - €8,000

Description: LUBA STOOL Wood - 35,8 cm D.R. Congo Provenance: Acquired in Brussels in the early 1990's

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GIUSEPPE OSTUNI Adjustable floor lamp

Estimate: €5,000 - €7,000

Description: GIUSEPPE OSTUNI Adjustable oor lamp Circa 1955 Edited by O Luce, Italy Gun-barrel patinated metal and ivory lacquered metal 147 cm Literature: « O Luce, Giuseppe Ostuni ». Luminaires-moderniste edition, 2015, p. 30. T. Braüniger.

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CHARLES <br> & RAY EAMES

Estimate: €3,500 - €4,500

Description: CHARLES & RAY EAMES (1907 - 1978) - (1912 - 1988) FSW 6 Folding screen American walnut plywood, canvas Edited by Herman Miller, between 1948 and 1955, USA 172 x 150 cm Literature: « The Herman Miller Collection 1952 » , Acanthus press, New York 1995, p. 108

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SONGYE FIGURE

Estimate: €60,000 - €80,000

Description: SONGYE FIGURE Wood - 40 cm D.R. Congo Dedicated to a familial protective use, the powerful figure shows the general features of the great Songye art but the precision of the carving concentrated on the face amplifes the intensity of the expression and contributes to compose a very singular Songye sculpture. The hole in the head shows traces of an important magical activity and the chin beard is a rare feature, it reminds common characteristics of the Hemba or the Tabwa figures. Provenance: Reportedly collected by a belgian army officer in 1913 By descent through the family Belgian collection acquired from above.

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JULES WABBES (1919 - 1974)

Estimate: €9,000 - €12,000

Description: JULES WABBES (1919 - 1974) Four-door cabinet Model 105 Circa 1960, Belgium Edited by « Le Mobilier Universel » .Solid exotic wood strips, gun-barrel steel base, black formica doors, cylindrical locks with original keys. 156 x 100 x 42 cm Literature: « Jules Wabbes, furniture designer » Marie Ferran-Wabbes, Jurgen Persijn, Iwan Strauwen, edited by A+, 2012, p. 83.

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JULES WABBES (1919 - 1974)

Estimate: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: JULES WABBES (1919 - 1974) Rectangular table Circa 1965, Belgium Edited by « Le Mobilier Universel ». Rosewood veneer top, chromed steel underframe. 200 x 90 cm - H 74,5 cm Literature: « Jules Wabbes, furniture designer. » Marie Ferran-Wabbes Renaissance du livre, 2002, p. 142. For a similar table model.

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TAPIO WIRKKALA (1915 - 1985)

Estimate: €2,500 - €3,500

Description: TAPIO WIRKKALA (1915 - 1985) Pendant «Hopeakuu» (Silver moon) Produced by N. Westerback, Finland 1970 Silver Sterling, TW 1970, impressed mark's 6,5 cm Literature: «Tapio Wirkkala, Eye, hand and thought» , M. Aav, WS Bookwell Oy, 2000, p. 192, 371

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Starting bid: €2,000 (0 bids)

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DAN MASK

Estimate: €20,000 - €30,000

Description: DAN MASK Wood - 22,7 cm Ivory coast Harmoniously composed by the voluminous forehead and the tension created by the frontal ridge and the mouth, the great balance and the subtlety of the expression lead to the highest requirements of the Dan art dedicated to beauty. The multiple layers of holes are an illustration of the long use, like the patina of the wood. This mask is among the beautifulest examples of the northern Dan style. Provenance: French Private Collection

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Starting bid: €16,000 (0 bids)

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GEORGE NAKASHIMA (1905 - 1990)

Estimate: €8,000 - €10,000

Description: GEORGE NAKASHIMA (1905 - 1990) Conoid chair American dark walnut & Hickory Nakashima, 1979, USA 90 x 50 x seat 41cm Provenance: Mr & Mrs Allan, Greensburg, USA Private collection Literature: Nature form & spirit. The life and legacy of George Nakashima. By Mira Nakashima, Abrams edition 2003, p. 173-176

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Starting bid: €8,000 (0 bids)

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GEORGE NAKASHIMA (1905 - 1990)

Estimate: €7,500 - €8,500

Description: GEORGE NAKASHIMA (1905 - 1990) Coffee table American dark walnut Nakashima, 1956, USA 101 x 46 x 30,8 cm Provenance: Mr Allen, Glenside, USA Private collection (Sold with a photocopy of the original invoice)

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Starting bid: €6,000 (0 bids)

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EDWARD WORMLEY (1907 - 1995)

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: EDWARD WORMLEY (1907 - 1995) Coffee table Circa 1950, Edited by DUNBAR, USA. American walnut, Long John model. 150 x 49 cm - H 32,5 cm Literature: « Modern Furnishings for the home ». William J. Hennessey Acanthus Press, 1997, p. 105.

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Starting bid: €800 (0 bids)

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ICO PARISI (1916 - 1996)

Estimate: €1,500 - €1,800

Description: ICO PARISI (1916 - 1996) Magazine holder Circa 1960, Italy Edited by Stildomus. Nickled metal and solid wooden elements. Manufac- ture's paper label underside 57,4 x 32 cm

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IVO SEDAZZARI Adjustable table lamp

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,000

Description: IVO SEDAZZARI Adjustable table lamp Edited by PRISMA, Italy Model « AMALIA », 1970. Chromed metal and rubber 26 x 15 cm Literature: « Light Lamps 1968-1973 : New Italian Design » By Fluvio Ferrari & Napoleone Ferrari, edited by Umberto Allemand & C., p. 38.

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