02 septembre 2016

Highlights from LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair to be held 13th-18th September 2016

Courtesy Lapada. LONDON.- The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair returns for its eighth year to the suitably breathtaking surrounds of Berkeley Square, Mayfair. Sponsored by Delancey, the LAPADA Fair offers an unmissable opportunity to source and buy some of the world’s most coveted works of art, antiques, design and decorative arts. This year, it will take place from Tuesday 13th September until Sunday 18th September 2016, marking the start of London’s fashionable Autumn art season.  Over 100 members of LAPADA the... [Lire la suite]

15 juin 2016

A Meissen beaker and saucer, circa 1725

Lot 83. A Meissen beaker and saucer, circa 1725. Estimate £2,000 - 3,000 (€2,500 - 3,800). Unsold. Photo Bonhams. Decorated with a chinoiserie scene on each side of the beaker and on the saucer, each depicting a single large figure within a quatrelobe gilt scrollwork cartouche embellished with iron-red foliate scrollwork, gilt scroll- and strapwork borders to the rims, three iron-red concentric circles around footrim of saucer, the beaker; 8cm high; the saucer: 13cm diam., gilt numeral 26. to both, incised /... [Lire la suite]
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15 juin 2016

A Meissen beaker and saucer, circa 1728

Lot 82. A Meissen beaker and saucer, circa 1728. Estimate £4,500 - 5,500 (€5,700 - 6,900). Unsold. Photo Bonhams. Each finely painted with a Kauffahrtei scene of merchants and their wares by a quayside within a gilt quatrelobe cartouche edged with iron-red, purple and yellow scrollwork and swags, the gilt handle of the beaker flanked by indianische Blumen and a bird in flight, the reverse of the saucer with iron-red indianische Blumen, gilt strap- and scrollwork borders to the rims, the... [Lire la suite]
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15 juin 2016

A Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1723

Lot 81. A Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1723. Estimate £10,500 - 11,500 (€13,000 - 14,000). Unsold. Photo Bonhams. Each painted with an unusual early chinoiserie scene depicting, on the saucer, two figures with a haul of fish, the teabowl depicting figures at a table with a bowl of fruit, within a gilt scrollwork cartouche filled with Böttger lustre and edged with foliate scrollwork in shades of iron-red, the teabowl with branches and indianische Blumen flanked by a bird and insects on the reverse,... [Lire la suite]
15 juin 2016

A rare Meissen octagonal two-handled beaker and saucer, circa 1730

Lot 48. A rare Meissen octagonal two-handled beaker and saucer, circa 1730. Estimate £10,000 - 15,000 (€13,000 - 19,000). Photo: Bonhams. Painted in a famille verte palette with a bird perched on rockwork flanked by Oriental flowers, the rims with a trellis floral band reserved with panels enclosing flowerheads and leaves, an iron-red flower inside the beaker, caduceus and pseudo-Chinese mark within two concentric circles in underglaze-blue (2)  Provenance: Edmond de Rothschild... [Lire la suite]
14 juin 2016

A Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730

Lot 45. A Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730. Estimate £1,500 - 2,500 (€1,900 - 3,100). Photo: Bonhams. Painted in Kakiemon style with flowers issuing from banded hedges, brown-edged rims, saucer: 12.3cm diam.,crossed swords mark in blue to both, impressed Dreher's mark .. for J.M. Kittel inside footrim of teabowl (2)  Provenance: Ernst Blumka (1886-1969), Vienna (to 1938) and London;Thence by descent;The Collection of Eveline Newgas Bonhams. FINE EUROPEAN CERAMICS, 15 Jun 2016, 14:00... [Lire la suite]
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13 juin 2016

A Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730

Lot 44. A Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730. Estimate £2,500 - 3,500 (€3,100 - 4,40). Photo: Bonhams. Each painted in Kakiemon style with a phoenix in flight and oriental flowers, iron-red line borders to the rims, saucer: 12.8cm diam., AR in underglaze-blue to saucer, crossed swords mark in blue to teabowl, painter's mark in purple to saucer and mark in red to teabowl (minor surface wear) (2).  Provenance: Saucer: With M. & G. Ségal, Basel, May 1989;Max Hoffmann Collection, Basel, sold... [Lire la suite]
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13 juin 2016

A Meissen teabowl and matched saucer, circa 1740-50

Lot 28. A Meissen teabowl and matched saucer, circa 1740-50. Estimate £600 - 800 (€750 - 1,000). Photo: Bonhams. Each moulded with three flowering prunus branches, saucer: 10.3cm diam., crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue, impressed numerals (2)  Provenance: Phillips London, 1 February 1989, lot 230;Acquired in the above sale;The Collection of Eveline Newgas Bonhams. FINE EUROPEAN CERAMICS, 15 Jun 2016, 14:00 BST, LONDON, NEW BOND STREET
22 mai 2016

Porcelain that escaped the Nazis for sale at Bonhams' Fine European Ceramics sale on 15 June

A rare Meissen octagonal two-handled beaker and saucer, circa 1730 estimated at £10,000-15,000. Photo: Bonhams. LONDON.- A collection of rare porcelain assembled by a Viennese survivor of the Nazis is to be sold at Bonhams Fine European Ceramics sale on 15 June. The pieces belonged to Eve Newgas, née Blumka. The Blumkas were one of the most prestigious art and antique dealers in early 20th century Vienna. As anti-semitism in mid-1930s Austria grew, fuelled by the policies of the National Socialist regime in... [Lire la suite]
23 avril 2016

A rare large tankard with underglazed blue painting, Meissen, around 1730

Lot 324. A rare large tankard with underglazed blue painting, Meissen, around 1730. Estimate 2 500 €. Photo Auktionhaus Stahl Cylinder form with ear-shaped handle. The body continouisly decorated with rich lotus flowers and peonies in underglazed blue. Border with ornamental pattern and four reserves. The handle with spiraling flowers. Unglazed underside. Tin mount added later. Crossed swords mark. Min. chip. H. 26,5 cm.  AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL, Maîtres Anciens, Objets d'Art, Extrême Orient,... [Lire la suite]