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AUCTION 03 30. April 2005
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KatNr. 1 A baroque Dresden walnut chest of drawers.

001   A baroque Dresden walnut chest of drawers.

Fitted with three full width bow fronted drawers. Circa 1750.

H. 79 cm, B. 124 cm, T. 68,5 cm. 6.500 €
KatNr. 2 A pair of fine baroque Dresden carved and painted beechwood side chairs.

002   A pair of fine baroque Dresden carved and painted beechwood side chairs.

The backs with gilded foliate scroll carved crestings, the bow fronted seats set on cabriole legs. Circa 1740/50.

H. 97 cm. 2.800 €
KatNr. 3 A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.
KatNr. 3 A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.
KatNr. 3 A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.

003   A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.

The body exquisitely cut with a crowned monogramme "P T" and floral sprigs. Fitted with a pweter lid decorated with the portrait of Francis III. Stephan (Emperor Francis I.), duke of Lorraine and Bar. The lid with pewterer mark.

H. 23,5 cm. 1.900 €
KatNr. 8 A mid 18th century Meissen porcelain coffee service.

008   A mid 18th century Meissen porcelain coffee service.

Consisting of coffee pot, milk churn, lidded tea jar, little bowl, six coffee cups and saucers and a small oval serving dish. Decorated with raised Broken rod design on yellow-greyish ground. The inner sides with handpainted little flowers in underglazeblue. Crossed swords mark underglazeblue, circa 1745/50.
The little bowl circa 1775, the serving dish KPM Berlin, circa 1850.

4.800 €
KatNr. 17 A pair of late 18th century Meissen porcelain open work plates.

017   A pair of late 18th century Meissen porcelain open work plates.

The borders with green raised foliage design and three handpainted "Strewn flowers", gilded rims. The centres with exquisitely handpainted floral bouquets. Crossed swords mark underglazeblue. Circa 1780.
The gilded rim with traces of usage.

D. 23 cm. 1.000 €
KatNr. 57 An early 19th century Meissen porcelain classical lidded tureen with stand.
KatNr. 57 An early 19th century Meissen porcelain classical lidded tureen with stand.

057   An early 19th century Meissen porcelain classical lidded tureen with stand.

The bulbous body with two foliage handles. The lid with a floral rosette shaped knob. Handpainted with flowers. Crossed swords mark underglazeblue.

H. 24 cm, L. (Platte) 51 cm. 1.900 €
KatNr. 83 A mid 20th century Meissen porcelain tea and coffee service for six persons.
KatNr. 83 A mid 20th century Meissen porcelain tea and coffee service for six persons.

083   A mid 20th century Meissen porcelain tea and coffee service for six persons.

Designed by Ernst August Leuteritz around 1850. All items decorated with a raised gold leafed c-scroll design and finely handpainted with "Strewn flowers". The pot with animal heads and c-scrolls-shaped handles. Crossed swords marks underglazeblue. Around 1948/50.
Together with the original fabric fitted box.

3.500 €
sold at 2.600 €
KatNr. 103 An early 20th century KPM Berlin porcelain lidded vase.

103   An early 20th century KPM Berlin porcelain lidded vase.

So called "Weimarian Vase". Amphora shaped body with two handles, fluted plinth and foot. The body and lid with raised acanthus leaf design on a royal blue and cobalt blue ground. A handpainted floral bouquet set in an Art Nouveau gilded medaillon. Sceptre mark underglazeblue and red, black war mark. 1914.

H. 35,5 cm. 1.800 €
KatNr. 108 An early 20th century Meissen porcelain so called  Hentschel-child.

108   An early 20th century Meissen porcelain so called Hentschel-child.

Julius Konrad Hentschel 1872 Cöllin – 1907 Meißen

Sitting child with a picture book (showing scenes from the shock-headed Peter). Designed by Konrad Hentschel in 1904. Exquisitely handpainted in vibrant colours. Crossed swords mark underglazeblue with a slash across it. Before 1924.
The book with a fire crack, a tiny chip to the left inner bookrim.

H. 10,5 cm 2.300 €
KatNr. 117 An exeptional late 18th century Dresden sterling silver coffee service probably by the Dresden silversmith of the court Friedrich Reinhard Schrödel.

117   An exeptional late 18th century Dresden sterling silver coffee service probably by the Dresden silversmith of the court Friedrich Reinhard Schrödel.

Consisting of a coffee pot, milk churn and sugar bowl. The
beated bodies in the shape of inverted pears with a riveted frieze-like floral design. The shallow lids with casted flower-leaf-knobs. Original, ear-shaped black coloured wooden handles.
Hallmarked Dresden last third of the 18th century (R II, 1711-?) and makers mark Friedrich Reinhard Schrödel (R II, 1813 - ?).

H. 26 cm (Kaffeekanne), 19 cm (Milchkännchen), 20 cm (Zuckerdose). 10.000 €
KatNr. 118 A pair of early classical Augsburg sterling silver candlesticks by Johann Friedrich Negges.

118   A pair of early classical Augsburg sterling silver candlesticks by Johann Friedrich Negges.

The fluted bodies set on square bases. Hallmarked Augsburg 1805, makers mark Johann Friedrich Negges.

H. 23,2 cm. 1.800 €
sold at 1.600 €
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152   A Danish Art Déco sterling silver coffee service.

Mogens Björn-Andersen 

Consisting of a tray coffee pot, milk churn and sugar bowl. Coffee pot and milk churn with oval shaped bodies and scalloped spouts. The handles with wodden insets, shallow vaulted lids with cylindrical knobs.
Designed by Mogens Björn-Andersen/ Birkerod. Makers mark of M. B.-Andersen. Circa 1939.

The silversmith M. Björn-Andersen worked for Georg Jensen until 1934. In 1935 he founded his own studio.

H. 21 cm (Kaffeekanne), 9,5 cm (Milchkännchen), 11 cm (Zuckerdose). 3.000 €
* Droit-de-suite of 2.00 % applies.
KatNr. 161 A Queen Anne brown and gilt japanned Longcase Clock by Samuel Clay, Gainsborough.
KatNr. 161 A Queen Anne brown and gilt japanned Longcase Clock by Samuel Clay, Gainsborough.
KatNr. 161 A Queen Anne brown and gilt japanned Longcase Clock by Samuel Clay, Gainsborough.
KatNr. 161 A Queen Anne brown and gilt japanned Longcase Clock by Samuel Clay, Gainsborough.

161   A Queen Anne brown and gilt japanned Longcase Clock by Samuel Clay, Gainsborough.

The hood with pagoda top, gilt finials and pilasters. Trunk door and stepped plinth. The Chinoiserie door decoration includes palace, mandarins, birds and floral decoration. The dial 30 cm, with spandrels showing a crown holding putti. Seconds dial and calendar aperture to the engraved centre, signed. Movement striking the hour.
The case unrestored.

Samuel Clay, Gainsborough - apprenticed to Jeremy Gregory, 1680; member of the Clockmakers Company 1687.

H. 2,44 m. 7.000 €
KatNr. 165 An impressive French Empire fire gilded bronze and marble sculptural mantel Clock by the Raingo Frères (casemaker)/ Pons (clockmaker).
KatNr. 165 An impressive French Empire fire gilded bronze and marble sculptural mantel Clock by the Raingo Frères (casemaker)/ Pons (clockmaker).

165   An impressive French Empire fire gilded bronze and marble sculptural mantel Clock by the Raingo Frères (casemaker)/ Pons (clockmaker).

The figure of Achill leans on a rectangular case holding a lance in his left hand and pulls the arrow off his right heel.
The marble case is applied with decorative mouldings to the socle and has a three tier rectangular marble base, decorated with a fire gilded bronze acanthus leaf frieze and supported on four fire gilded claw feet. The white enamel dial has Roman numerals and a fire gilded bronze centre. The eight day movement countwheel strikes on a bell and the pendulum is silk suspended. The backplate is stamped with the trademark of Raingo Frères paris and trademark of the famous maker Honoré Pons, celebrating the award of his Medaille d'Or in 1827, dating this clock to circa 1830.

H. 75 cm, B. 66,5 cm. 8.000 €
KatNr. 166 An impressive pair of French Empire candelabra.

166   An impressive pair of French Empire candelabra.

The fluted stems with acanthus leaf bases set on a foot of three claw feet and a two tier marble socle with a fire gilded bronze acanthus leaf frieze. The stems suporting six scrolled candle arms with gilded nozzles and a central arm. The stems, claw feet and arms of dark brown bronze, the nozzles, bases and acanthus leaf designs fire gilded. Cira 1830.

H. 90 cm. 9.500 €
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Prices shown are estimate prices. The majority of the lots is taxed according to "Differenzbesteuerung", so there is no V.A.T. on the item itself.

* Item of artist registered with the VG Bildkunst, upon which a droit-de-suite fee will be raised, are marked as "Droit-de-suite of 2,5 % applies"". (conditions of sale paragr. 7.4.)

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