06 mars 2012

A Du Paquier Hausmaler tankard and cover, circa 1725-30A Du Paquier Hausmaler tankard and cover, circa 1725-30

A Du Paquier Hausmaler tankard and cover, circa 1725-30. Photo Sotheby's finely painted in iron red with a continuous scene of Bacchus and Ariadne, Bacchus in his chariot drawn by leopards, gesturing towards the recumbent figure of Ariadne and attended by Maenads and satyrs with Silenius to one side and ships in the distance, the whole scene contained within a Baroque structure of herms and scrolling architecture, the handle with a strapwork motif at either end and pierced for mounting, the... [Lire la suite]
06 mars 2012

A Du Paquier Armorial trembleuse beaker and stand, circa 1730

A Du Paquier Armorial trembleuse beaker and stand, circa 1730. Photo Sotheby's each piece twice painted with the mantled arms of Cardinal Neri Maria Corsini, within black and gilt Baroque borders, the interior of the trembleuse gallerie painted in black with the Baron Butz-von-Rolsberg coat-of-arms, the base brilliantly painted in black on alternating green and purple grounds with trellis, foliate and strapwork borders; 20.5cm, 8in wide. Estimate 15,000-20,000 GBP NOTE: Neri Maria Corsini... [Lire la suite]

06 mars 2012

A very rare Vezzi plate, circa 1725

A very rare Vezzi plate, circa 1725. Photo Sotheby's painted probably by Duramano with archers hunting swans beside ruined building on the banks of a river, the rim with borders of cabochons and pearls in brown and gold, and halfovals in brown, green and gold, the reverse incised with A and N; 24.5cm, 9 5/8 in diameter. Estimate 30,000-50,000 GBP PROVENANCE: Christie's Geneva, 16 November 1981 LITTERATURE: L.Melegati, Giovanni Vezzi e le sue porcellane, Milan,1998, n.78. p.208. ... [Lire la suite]
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06 mars 2012

A very rare Vezzi teapot and cover, circa 1725

A very rare Vezzi teapot and cover, circa 1725. Photo Sotheby's each piece pencilled in iron-red and picked out in gilding with two groups of flowering plants, the rim with a jewelled border, the flutes of the short moulded spout also picked out in iron-red and gilding, the cover secured with a silver chain; 2.0; 14.5cm., 5 3/4in wide. Estimate 20,000-30,000 GBP PROVENANCE: Christie's London, 5 October 1981, lot 50 LITTERATURE: L. Melegati, op. cit., Milan, 1998, n.25, p.100. ... [Lire la suite]
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06 mars 2012

A Meissen Augustus Rex bottle vase, circa 1730

A Meissen Augustus Rex bottle vase, circa 1730. Photo Sotheby's the globular body and slender neck brilliantly painted probably by Adam Friederich von Lôwenfinck, with a bird perched among indianische Blumen, the collar with a blue flower among iron-red foliage, underglaze blue AR monogram mark and Dreher's mark of Rehschuh; 22cm, 8 5/8 in high. Estimate 20,000-30,000 GBP PROVENANCE: With Rudolf Just, PragueChristie's Gevena, 13 May 1985, lot 158 Sotheby's. The Collection of... [Lire la suite]
06 mars 2012

A Meissen pagoda figure, circa 1715-20

A Meissen pagoda figure, circa 1715-20. Photo Sotheby's seated cross-legged surrounded by tea paraphernalia, wearing a high purple cap edged in red, his hair and features picked out in brown red, on a fitted arved giltwood stand; 14.5cm, 5 3/4 in high. Estimate 8,000-12,000 GBP Sotheby's. The Collection of Giovanni and Gabriella Barilla. Londres | 14 mars 2012
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06 mars 2012

A Böttger porcelain white beaker vase, circa 1720

A Böttger porcelain white beaker vase, circa 1720. Photo Sotheby's of trumpet form, applied with two human masks separating branches of flowering vine, the foot with a band of stiff acanthus leaves; 18cm, 7 1/4 in high. Estimate 20,000-30,000 GBP PROVENANCE: Victor Amadeus II, King of Sardinia, delivered to him in 1725.King Umberto, former King of Italy, sale Christie's Geneva, 7 June 1968, lot 26The Korthaus Collection, Christie's 21 September 1992, lot 1 LITTERATURE: Ingelore Menzhausen,... [Lire la suite]
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06 mars 2012

A Böttger stoneware teapot and cover, modelled by J.J. Irminger, circa 1715

A Böttger stoneware  teapot and cover, modelled by J.J. Irminger, circa 1715. Photo Sotheby's the polished octagonal body of conical form on a low footring, the elaborately modelled spout in the shape of an eagle's head, supported by an unpolished mascaron, issuing from its mouth an angular bridge connecting with the spout; on the opposite panel an unpolished heraldic cartouche, flat-sided double scroll handle, the cover with an unpolished acanthus knop, formers' mark of Peter Greithner below... [Lire la suite]
06 mars 2012

Habit de chirurgien de la marine. Époque Premier-Empire.

Habit de chirurgien de la marine. Époque Premier-Empire. Photo Thierry De Maigret en drap bleu barbeau, collet et parements en velours cramoisi; collet brodé de deux boutonnières en passementerie d'or et les parements de trois; l'habit sur le devant est brodé de neuf boutonnières et porte neuf boutons dorés du modèle règlementaire (caducée sur ancre de marine); les poches, en travers, à trois pointes et trois boutons, sont brodées de trois boutonnières; écusson de taille brodé en suite; basques brodées d'une ancre... [Lire la suite]
06 mars 2012

Habit d'officier fantaisie d'état-major ou de garde d'honneur. Époque Premier-Empire

Habit d'officier fantaisie d'état-major ou de garde d'honneur.  Époque Premier-Empire. Photo Thierry De Maigret en drap blanc, collet, parements, retours des basques et passepoils cramoisis, plastron blanc, boutons sphériques dorés; feuilles avec de petits fruits ronds et baguette dentelée en passementerie d'or, brodés sur le collet, les parements et le plastron; aigles dorées aux basques; doublure en soie blanche, accidentée. (Manque deux petits boutons aux parements).Bon état. Estimation... [Lire la suite]


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