25 avril 2015

A very rare bowl with kakiemon-decor and silver mount, Meissen, around 1730

A very rare bowl with kakiemon-decor and silver mount, Meissen, around 1730. Estimate 3 800 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL The bowl with apple-green background. In two reserves flower painting with brushwood hedge, prunes and mums respectively a flowering twig in kakiemon-style. In the centre also a kakiemon-motif, the inner border with ornamental pattern in iron red and gold. Silvermount with four rocaille-shaped feet. Crossed swords mark, incised '*' (= Wildenstein). Bowl h. 7,5 cm, diam. 16 cm, silver mount h. 3 cm. ... [Lire la suite]

25 avril 2015

An early tea pot with relief of flowering twigs, Meissen, around 1735

An early tea pot with relief of flowering twigs, Meissen, around 1735. Estimate 3 800 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL White porcelain. Bellied pot with J-shaped handle and profiled spout. Body and cover decorated with flowering wwigs of prunes in relief. Crossed swords mark, incised former's mark '*'.Min. rest. H. 10 cm. AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL, Art et Antiquités, le 25 Avril 2015 à 11h. GRAUMANNSWEG 54 - 22087 HAMBURG
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25 avril 2015

A bowl of museum-like quality with fine landscape decor, Meissen, around 1730

A bowl with landscape decor, Meissen, around 1730. Estimate 2 500 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL painting in the style of J. G. Heintze. The body shows in scrollwork cartouches a finely painted harbour scenery with architectural background respectively scenes with merchants in a landscape. At the bottom of the innerside a landscape scene in purple monochrome. Crossed swords mark. H. 8 cm, diam. 16,5 cm. AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL, Art et Antiquités, le 25 Avril 2015 à 11h. GRAUMANNSWEG 54 - 22087 HAMBURG
25 avril 2015

A large bowl with oriental port scenes and botanic flowers, Meissen, around 1740

A large bowl with oriental port scenes and botanic flowers, Meissen, around 1740. Estimate 1 900 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL Cambered shape. The wall painted with oriental harbour scenes respectively gallant scene in a landscape, both scenes in large black lined and gilded scrollwork cartouches, inbetween a botanic flower. At the bottom of the innerside a flower bouquet, the border decorated with a gold tip. Swords mark, impressed '24'. H. 10 cm, diam. 22,5 cm. AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL, Art et Antiquités, le 25 Avril... [Lire la suite]
25 avril 2015

An early coffeepot with fine harbour scenes, Meissen, around 1730

An early coffeepot with fine harbour scenes, Meissen, around 1730. Estimate 6 200 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL Pear-shaped form with an S-shaped handle. The body is decorated on both sides with cartouches with scrollwork in gold, purple and iron red. Both contain harbour scenes, framed by mountain landscape with architectural motifs. The cover is continouisly decorated with groups of merchants. Crossed swords mark, incised 'x '(= Johann Daniel Rehschuh). Min. prof. rest. H. 20,5 cm. AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL, Art et... [Lire la suite]
25 avril 2015

A large museum-like lidded tureen with kakiemon-decor Meissen, around 1730

A large museum-like lidded tureen with kakiemon-decor, Meissen, around 1730. Estimate 8 000 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL A large, low and round tureen with two fish or dolphin-shaped handles, painted with iron red and purple. Similar handle to cover. Body and cover painted in kakiemon-style with a blue-yellow rock formation and a flowering twig with blossoms in iron red, purple and gold, the leaves painted with light green and blue. Crossed swords mark on the unglazed underside. Min. chips, handles rest. H. 21 cm... [Lire la suite]


25 avril 2015

A very rare Japanese-figure in a gilded bronze mount, Meissen, around 1760

A very rare Japanese-figure in a gilded bronze mount,  Meissen, around 1760. Estimate 8 500 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL The model probably by J. J. Kaendler and P. Reinicke. On a base with sculptural flowers a japanese figure seated on a chair, a fruit bowl in her hands, at her feet a kneeling young boy. Gilded bronze mount with scrollwork and garlands, back-mounted filigree with little bells. Unmarked. Min. chips and min. prof. rest. Group h. 11 cm, mount h. 17 cm.  Note: The group is probably part of a... [Lire la suite]
25 avril 2015

A very important double-gourd vase with painting by Löwenfinck Meissen, around 1739

A very important double-gourd vase with painting by Löwenfinck, Meissen, around 1739. Estimate 20 000 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL  painting based on chinese motivs in the style of Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck. Double-gourd vase form. The base decorated with a continous ornamental pattern, the body painted with pairs of butterflies and phönix birds in rich variety of colours. The upper section decorated with lotos and a pine bough, a fantasy bird and butterflies. Gilded rims. The border prof. rest. Crossed... [Lire la suite]
24 avril 2015

Deux piverts, Pigeon, Perdrix, Moineau des neiges et paire de faisans en porcelaine de Meissen du XVIIIe siècle

Deux piverts en porcelaine de Meissen du XVIIIe siècle, vers 1740. Estimation 7,000 — 10,000 EUR. Photo Sotheby's. perchés sur un tronc d’arbre orné de feuillages et fleurs en relief, le plumage vert et noir, la tête rouge, modèle de J. J. Kaendler ; (quelques restaurations). Quantité: 2. Haut. 28 cm A PAIR OF MEISSEN PORCELAIN GREEN WOODPECKERS, 18TH CENTURY, CIRCA 1740. Height 11 in Provenance: Vente Christie's Paris, le 15 mai 2003, lot 172 Note: Des piverts sont mentionnés dans... [Lire la suite]
08 mars 2015

Gemeentemuseum Museum acquires pair of 1690s Delft Figures of King William III and Queen Mary II

The unusual “bouquetière” was attributed to The Greek A Factory, where many of the most important Delft flowerpots and tulip vases were ordered by the Royal couple who were known to decorate their palaces with blue and white Delftware, underscoring their love for gardening. AMSTERDAM.- The Gemeentemuseum in The Hague has acquired a unique pair of circa 1690 Royal Delft figures of King William III and Queen Mary II that had been separated for more than 40 years, from the Aronson Antiquairs gallery in Amsterdam. They will go on view... [Lire la suite]