Nicolas Lancret  - Fête champêtre with dancing couple

Nicolas Lancret (1690 - 1743)

Fête champêtre with dancing couple


Paris, c. 1730

Oil on canvas
H. 116.5 cm (45 7(8/8 in.), w. 105.5 cm (41 1/2 in.)

  - A vase from a set of five armorial garniture 
decorated with the alliance coat of arms of the Thuringian family von Erffa and the Meissen family von Tzöchaw

A vase from a set of five armorial garniture decorated with the alliance coat of arms of the Thuringian family von Erffa and the Meissen family von Tzöchaw


Vienna, Du Paquier Manufactory, c. 1735

H. 29,2 cm

Léonard Boudin - Combined writing and dressing table (table à transformation)

Léonard Boudin (1735-1807)

Combined writing and dressing table (table à transformation)

Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1755/60
Stamped "L·BOUDIN" and "JME" (twice)

H. 75 cm (29½ in.), W. 80 cm (31½ in.), D. 44 cm (17¼ in.)

Roger van der Cruse - A table tambour

Roger van der Cruse, dit Lacroix (maître in 1755) attrib.

A table tambour


Paris, Louis XV/Louis XVI (Transition) period, c. 1760/70

H. 82 cm (32¼ in.), d. 37 cm (14½ in.)

Bernard II. van Risenburgh - A pair of library cabinets, so-called bibliothèques

Bernard II. van Risenburgh (1696 - 1766)

A pair of library cabinets, so-called bibliothèques


Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1755
Stamped “B·V·R·B”

H. 253 cm (99⅝ in.), w. 145 cm (75⅛ in.), d. 43 cm (16⅞ in.)

Léonard Boudin - Drop-front secretary (secrétaire à abattant)

Léonard Boudin (1735-1807)

Drop-front secretary (secrétaire à abattant)


Paris, Louis XVI period, c. 1775
Stamped "L·Boudin" (twice) und "JME" (once)

H. 142.5 cm (56⅛ in.), w. 82 cm (32¼ in.), d. 39.5 cm (15½ in.)

Pierre Denizot - A bonheur du jour

Pierre Denizot (1715 - 1782)

A bonheur du jour


Paris, Louis XVI period, c. 1780

Stamped "P·DENIZOT" (multiple times)
H. 93 cm (36½ in.), w. 43.5 cm (17⅛ in.), d. 38 cm (15 in.)

François Mondon - A parquetry commode

François Mondon (1694 - 1770)

A parquetry commode


Paris, Régence period, c. 1730
Stamped "FMD"

H. 86 cm (33⅞ in.), w. 154.5 cm (60¾ in.), d. 64.5 cm (25⅜ in.)

Johann Friedrich Eberlein - Turkish man and Turkish woman with seashell-shaped bowls

Johann Friedrich Eberlein

Turkish man and Turkish woman with seashell-shaped bowls

Meissen, c. 1746

H. 17.2 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - Bagpipe Player

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

Bagpipe Player

Model, c. 1738/40
Manufacture and decoration, Meissen, c. 1740

Johann Joachim Kaendler - A pair of medium-size pugs

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

A pair of medium-size pugs

Model 1741
Meissen, c. 1745
Ormolu mounts

H. with base 23 cm (9 in.)

  - Several parts from the service for Count Karl Wilhelm Finck 
von Finckenstein (1714-1800)

Several parts from the service for Count Karl Wilhelm Finck von Finckenstein (1714-1800)

A diplomatic gift by Frederick ii, king of Prussia (1712-1786)
Meissen, c. 1760

  - Coffee pot, decorated with polychrome chinoiserie scenes, insects and indian flowers

Coffee pot, decorated with polychrome chinoiserie scenes, insects and indian flowers

Meissen, c. 1724-25
Decoration by Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1696-1775)
Contemporary silver-gilt mounts

H. 20,8 cm

  - A pair of figures 'lion and lioness'

A pair of figures 'lion and lioness'

Meissen, c. 1745-50
Underglaze blue swords mark

H. 7.6 cm

  - A pair of leopards

A pair of leopards

Meissen, c. 1750
Underglaze blue swords mark

H. 6,3 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - A group of embracing lovers

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

A group of embracing lovers

Meissen, c. 1740

  - A Boettger stoneware black-glazed cup with gold decoration

A Boettger stoneware black-glazed cup with gold decoration

Decorated in the workshop of Martin Schnell (1675-1740)
Meissen, c. 1710-13

H. 4.1 cm, d. 8.5 cm

  - A Faceted and polished Böttger stoneware teapot

A Faceted and polished Böttger stoneware teapot

Meissen, 1710-1714

H. 9,4 cm, w. 16,3 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - Harlekin with bagpipe

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

Harlekin with bagpipe

Model, Meissen 1736
Manufacture and decoration, Meissen 1737/38

H. 11,8 cm

  - Important charger with chinoiseries and 'Kauffahrtei' scenes

Important charger with chinoiseries and 'Kauffahrtei' scenes

Decorated by Christian Friedrich Herold (1700-1779)
Meissen, c. 1732

D. 28 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - A pair of ormolu mounted beggar musicians

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

A pair of ormolu mounted beggar musicians

Models, 1741
Manufacture and decoration, Meissen c. 1741/42
Ormolu mounts, France 18th century

H. 16,8 cm and 17,3 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - A pair of parrots "medium sort"

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

A pair of parrots "medium sort"

Meissen, c. 1740

H. 14,3 cm and 14,6 cm

  - Plate decorated with watteau scenes 
and coats of arms of Naples-Sicily and Saxony-Poland

Plate decorated with watteau scenes and coats of arms of Naples-Sicily and Saxony-Poland

Decoration by Gottlob Siegmund Birckner (1712-1771)
Meissen, c. 1745-1747

D. 21,5 cm

  - A yellow ground tea service with polychrome chinoiserie scenes

A yellow ground tea service with polychrome chinoiserie scenes

Meissen c. 1730

Peter Reinicke - A figure group of a Chinese family

Peter Reinicke

A figure group of a Chinese family

Meissen, c. 1750

H. 16,5 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - A pair of Malabar figures

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

A pair of Malabar figures

Model, Meissen 1746-50
Ormolu mounts of a later date

H. 40 cm (15¾ in.) and 39 cm (15⅜ in.)

  - Pair of covered tureens with Kakiemon decoration

Pair of covered tureens with Kakiemon decoration

Meissen, c. 1740

H. 28,8 cm

  - A pair of bowls decorated with a Kakiemon style squirrel pattern

A pair of bowls decorated with a Kakiemon style squirrel pattern

Meissen, c. 1740

L. 36,5 cm

Johann Joachim Kaendler - Figure of court jester Joseph Fröhlich

Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775)

Figure of court jester Joseph Fröhlich

Meissen, 1735

H. 24,3 cm

  - A pair of miniature foxes

A pair of miniature foxes


Meissen, c. 1750
Underglaze blue swords mark

H. 5.7 cm and 6.5 cm

  - Chinoiserie plate, so called "Salami-plate"

Chinoiserie plate, so called "Salami-plate"


Meissen, c. 1730

d. 22,2 cm

  - A tea caddy

A tea caddy


Decorated with cartouches on purple ground showing fabulous creatures in the manner of Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck
Meissen, c. 1740

  - A coffee and tea service with 'Kauffahrtei' scenes on a yellow ground

A coffee and tea service with 'Kauffahrtei' scenes on a yellow ground


Manufacture and decoration, Meissen c. 1735

  - Cylindrical tankard with incised coat of arms

Cylindrical tankard with incised coat of arms

Böttger stoneware, polished, Meissen, c. 1710–1715
Pewter mount with Dresden city coat of arms (twice)
and the mark of the pewterer Christian August Herrmann (Master title 1795)

H. 23,3 cm (9¼ in.)

  - Cylindrical tankard

Cylindrical tankard


Böttger stoneware, polished, Meissen 1710-1715
Silver-gilt mount on lid

H. 20.8  cm (8¼ in.) with mount

  - A pair of imperial yellow-ground spout cups with saucers, decorated with flowers in Kakiemon style

A pair of imperial yellow-ground spout cups with saucers, decorated with flowers in Kakiemon style


Meissen, c. 1725-28
Underglaze blue swords mark
H. 5.8 cm, Diam. 8 cm (cups), l. 18 cm (saucers)

  - A rare pair of long-necked AR bottle vases decorated with identical early chinoiserie scenes

A rare pair of long-necked AR bottle vases decorated with identical early chinoiserie scenes


In the style of Johann Gregorius Höroldt
Augutus Rex monogram in underglaze blue, impressed former's mark for Johann Elias Grund the Elder
Meissen, 1724-28

H. 25.5 cm

  - A pair of Chinese figures mounted as two branch candelabra

A pair of Chinese figures mounted as two branch candelabra


Turin, c. 1740-50
Bronze, chased, gilded; bronze, patinated with polychrome lacquer finish

H. 36 cm (14¼ in.), w. 25 cm (9¾ in.)

  - A twelve branch rock crystal chandelier

A twelve branch rock crystal chandelier


Northern Italy (probably Genoa), second half of the 18th century
Ormolu frame, hanging decoration in rock crystal, cut and polished

H. 112 cm (44 in.), diam. 73.5 cm (29 in.)

  - A set of four ormolu mounted porcelain wall-lights

A set of four ormolu mounted porcelain wall-lights


KPM Berlin, c. 1770

On the back sceptre mark in cobalt blue, some with impressed letter F and G.
White porcelain; bronze, cast, chased, fire-gilt
H. 35 cm (13¾ in.); w. 40 cm (15¾ in.); d. 31 cm (12¼ in.)

  - Two cast-bronze groups of children

Two cast-bronze groups of children


after Jean-Baptiste Pigalle (1714-1785)
Paris, Louis XVI period, c. 1770

H. 46 cm (18 1/4 in.)

  - A set of four Italian marble portrait medallions 
depicting Roman Emperors in their original frames

A set of four Italian marble portrait medallions depicting Roman Emperors in their original frames


Marble plaques, Italy, early 18th century
Carved, japanned and parcel gilt frames, Venice, mid-18th century

H. 32 cm (12½ in.), w. 21.5 cm ( 8½ in.)

  - A pair of two branch ormolu candelabra

A pair of two branch ormolu candelabra


Vienna, c. 1765-70

H. 28 cm (11 in.), w. 21.5 cm (8½ in.)

  - A pair of ormolu mounted cache-pots with Kakiemon decoration

A pair of ormolu mounted cache-pots with Kakiemon decoration


Porcelain, Meissen c. 1730
Ormolu mounts, Paris, late Régence period, c. 1735/40

Three handles and one hinge each stamped c-couronné (Parisian tax stamp 1745-49)
H. 11.5 cm (4½ in.), d. 10.5 cm (4⅛ in.)

  - A pair of gilt bronze three branch candelabra
based on a design by Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (1695-1750)

A pair of gilt bronze three branch candelabra based on a design by Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (1695-1750)


Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745

H. 44 cm (17¼ in.), w. 32 cm (12⅝ in.)

  - Two figures of the series of the "Cris de Paris" 
mounted as three-branch candelabra

Two figures of the series of the "Cris de Paris" mounted as three-branch candelabra


Porcelain, models by Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706-1775)
and Friedrich Elias Meyer (1723-1785), Meissen c. 1750
Ormolu mounts, Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1750

  - Two rare tapestries from the Berain Grotesques series
"Le bouquet au paon" and "Le Musicien et la Danseuse au Tambourin"

Two rare tapestries from the Berain Grotesques series "Le bouquet au paon" and "Le Musicien et la Danseuse au Tambourin"


Design by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (1636-1699)
in the style of Jean I Berain (1640-1711)
Manufacture Royale de Beauvais, c.1690

  - A garniture of three incense burners with matching covers

A garniture of three incense burners with matching covers


Known as "vases à navette" after their shape
Paris, Louis XVI period, c.1785

  - An ormolu mounted Chinese turquoise porcelain encrier

An ormolu mounted Chinese turquoise porcelain encrier


Porcelain, China, Kangxi era, early 18th century
Ormolu mounts, France, Louis XV period, c. 1750

H. 16 cm (6¼ in.), w. 18 cm (7 in.), d. 9 cm (3½ in.)

  - A pair of ormolu mounted Japanese hexagonal pot-pourri vases with covers

A pair of ormolu mounted Japanese hexagonal pot-pourri vases with covers


Porcelain, Japan, early 18th century
Ormolu mounts, presumably Würzburg (Franconia), c. 1730

H. 19.5 cm (7¾ in.), d. 14 cm (5½ in.)

  - Bureau en pente (lady’s secretaire)

Bernard II van Risen Burgh, named B.V.R.B. (Master in 1730) attrib.

Bureau en pente (lady’s secretaire)


Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745/55
H. 83 cm, W. 75 cm, D. 45 cm

  - Bonheur du jour

Daniel De Loose (master 1767, ob. 1788)

Bonheur du jour


Paris, Louis XVI period, c. 1775
Stamped 'D.Deloose' and 'JME'

H. 93 cm (37.01 in.), w. 71 cm (27.56 in.), d. 42 cm (41.5 in.)

  - Commode, so-called commode à la grecque

André Louis Gilbert (Paris 1746-1809 Paris; Meister 1774) und Antoine Gosselin (Sarton 1731-1794 Pa

Commode, so-called commode à la grecque

Paris, Louis XV/Louis XVI period (Transition), c. 1770
Stamped "A·L·GILBERT", "A·GOSSELIN" and "JME" (twice)

h. 87 cm, w. 126 cm, d. 57 cm

Jacques Dubois - Black lacquer commode

Jacques Dubois (Pontoise 1694 - 1763 Paris, Meister 1742)

Black lacquer commode


Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745/50
Stamped „IDUBOIS“, „JME“ and „DF“ (twice)

h. 84 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 58 cm

Jacques Dubois - Black lacquer writing desk ("bureau en pente")

Jacques Dubois (1694-1763)

Black lacquer writing desk ("bureau en pente")

Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745/49

Stamped 'IDUBOIS' and 'JME'
Corpus: oak, spruce; French lacquer
Panels: Southern Chinese Export ware: natural-coloured lacquer decorated with different coloured lacquer and oil colour
Mounts: bronze, cast, chased, fire-gilded (stamped "C couronné")
Fitted with: brown, gold-tooled morocco leather

H. 90.5 cm (901/2 in.), w. 72 cm (281/4 in.), d. 42 cm (161/2 in.)

Nicolas Petit - A pair of commodes (known as commodes galbées)

Nicolas Petit (Chaource 1732 - 1791 Paris)

A pair of commodes (known as commodes galbées)

Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1760–65

Stamped “N·PETIT” and “JME”
Frame: oak, pine
Veneers: satiné, amaranth, maple, ilex, boxwood, and various fruitwoods, coloured in part
Mounts: bronze, cast, chased, gilded
Top: brèche de Médous jaune

H. 89 cm (351/16 in.), W. 140 cm (551/8 in.), D. 67 cm (263/8 in.) each

  - Commode Mazarine au jasmin

Commode Mazarine au jasmin


Attributed to the Workshop of Renaud Gaudron († 1727, since 1686 cabinet-maker to the French crown)
Paris, Louis XIV period, ca. 1710

Oak, veneered with stained pear, various fruitwoods, ash, burl wood, tropical woods; bone inlay; fire-gilt bronze mounts
H. 86 cm, W. 132 cm, D. 70 cm

  - Cylindrical tankard with lozenge-pattern relief decoration

Cylindrical tankard with lozenge-pattern relief decoration


Contemporary silver-gilt mounts, finial added later
Böttger stoneware, polished, Meissen, c. 1710–1715
H. 21 cm (8¼ in.)

  - A Du Paquier armorial covered tureen – a diplomatic gift from the Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI to Czarina Anna Ivanovna

Tureen

A Du Paquier armorial covered tureen – a diplomatic gift from the Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI to Czarina Anna Ivanovna

Vienna, c. 1735

Iron-red inventory number of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg
H. 22.4 cm, l. 35.5 cm, d. 20 cm

  - The blindman's buff

Jean-Baptiste Pater (Valenciennes 1695 – Paris 1736)

The blindman's buff


Oil on canvas
H. 62.5 cm, w. 75.5 cm

  - Console table

Console table

France, Louis XIV period, c. 1700–1720

Walnut, carved, gilded, table-top of Sarrancolin marble Duc d‘Antin
H. 82.5 cm (32½ in.), L. 104 cm (41 in.), D. 52 cm (20½ in.)

  - Pair of Covered Vases in Turned Wood Lacquered in Imitation of Porphyry

Pair of Covered Vases in Turned Wood Lacquered in Imitation of Porphyry


Paris, Louis XIV period, ca. 1700
Turned walnut lacquered in imitation of porphyry, with ormolu mounts

H. 28 cm

Jean- Frédéric Schall - A pair of paintings "Les epoux"and "Les fiancés"

Jean- Frédéric Schall (Straßburg 1752 - Paris 1825)

A pair of paintings "Les epoux"and "Les fiancés"


Les Fiancés (“The Betrothed”)
Paris, ca. 1790
Marked “Frederic Schall” bottom right
Oils on wood
H. 46 cm, W. 37 cm

Les Epoux (“Husband and Wife”)
Paris, ca. 1790
No recognisable marking
Oils on wood
H. 46 cm, W. 37.5 cm

  - Cylindrical Tankard with Incised Coat of Arms

Cylindrical Tankard with Incised Coat of Arms

Cylindrical tankard, polished, with an incised coat of arms
Böttger stoneware, Meissen, c. 1710–1715
Contemporary silver-gilt mount, Nuremberg hallmark, master craftsman’s mark “HN” (see Rosenberg 1922–1928, vol. 3, no. 4289) and an as yet unidentified coat of arms

H. 22.5 cm (8⅞ in.)

  - Monumental pair of allegorical vases

Monumental pair of allegorical vases

Du Paquier Manufactory, Vienna, c. 1740

True (hard-paste) porcelain, polychrome overglaze colors, gilding
H. 46.5 cm

Jean- Frédéric Schall - Two paintings "La cour" and "Les fiancailles"

Jean- Frédéric Schall (Straßburg 1752 - Paris 1825)

Two paintings "La cour" and "Les fiancailles"


La cour
Oil on canvas
Collection label: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass. 02154, Oscar M. Lazrus Collection, New York
Height 24.4 cm, width 18.4 cm

Les fiancailles
Oil on wood
Collection label: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass. 02154, Oscar M. Lazrus Collection, New York
Height 23.8 cm, width 18.4 cm

  - Pair of Rococo console tables

Pair of Rococo console tables


South German, presumably Munich, c. 1730

Limewood, carved and gilded, rouge griotte marble top
H. 75 cm, W. 104 cm, D. 46 cm

  - A bowl with "Schwarzlot" decoration

A bowl with "Schwarzlot" decoration


Vienna, manufactory of Claudius Innocentius Du Paquier, ca. 1721

h. 16 cm, w. 16 cm

  - Pair of Louis XIV Potpourris

Pair of Louis XIV Potpourris


Imari porcelain pots, ca. 1700
Ormolu mounts, Paris, Louis XV period, ca. 1710

H. 16 cm, w. 18 cm

  - A pair of ormolu mounted lidded vases with capuchin-brown ground

A pair of ormolu mounted lidded vases with capuchin-brown ground


Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745–1749

498 a
Famille Rose porcelain: China Qianlong Era (1736–1795)
Mounts: fire-gilded and chased bronze mounts, stamped with “C couronné” (Paris tax stamp 1745–49) on the foot ring and on the bronze lower edge of the lid, Paris around 1745–49
H. 30 cm (11.8 in.), w. 32,5 cm (12.8 in.), d. 21 cm (8.3 in.)

498 b
Famille Rose porcelain: China, Qianlong Era (1736–1795)
Mounts: fire-gilded and chased bronze mounts, stamped with “C couronné” (Paris tax stamp 1745–49) under the right-hand handle of the foot-ring and on the bronze lower edge of the lid, Paris around 1745–49

H. 30 cm (11.8 in.), w. 32,5 cm (12.8 in.), d. 21 cm (8.3 in.)

Jean- Frédéric Schall - Lady with pet dog sitting in front of a dressing table

Jean- Frédéric Schall (Straßburg 1752 - Paris 1825)

Lady with pet dog sitting in front of a dressing table


Oil on wood
Height 32.3, width 24.6 cm

  - Carved and gilded trumeau mirror »à parecloses«

Carved and gilded trumeau mirror »à parecloses«


After an engraving by Jean-Bernard-Honoré Turreau,
called Toro (1672–1731)
Italy, c. 1730

Poplar, carved, engraved, punched and gilded; old mirror glass
H. 240 cm (94½ in.), W. 134 cm (52¾ in.)

  - Pair of candlesticks with musicians in an arbour

Pair of candlesticks with musicians in an arbour

Du Paquier, Vienna, ca. 1744

H. 18 cm

Jean- Frédéric Schall - A pair of paintings with female flower-sellers
«La Marchande au fleurs au tablier rouge» 
«Jolie Jardiniere au Chapeau de Paille»

Jean- Frédéric Schall (Straßburg 1752 - Paris 1825)

A pair of paintings with female flower-sellers «La Marchande au fleurs au tablier rouge» «Jolie Jardiniere au Chapeau de Paille»

H. 32.5 cm, w. 25 cm

  - A cup and saucer

A cup and saucer

Böttger porcelain, Meissen,c.1717–1719
Painted decoration by the Dresden goldsmith George Funcke (master in 1692, in the Meissen records until 1727)

Cup: H. 4.5 cm (1¾ in.), Ø 7.8 cm (3⅛ in.); saucer: Ø 12.1 cm (4¾ in.)

  - Bowl and saucer

Bowl and saucer


Böttger porcelain, Meissen, c. 1717–1719
Painted decoration by the Dresden goldsmith Johann George Funcke

H. 4.9 cm (bowl, 4⅞ in.), Ø 13.4 cm (saucer, 5¼ in.)

  - A pair of Vienna Dogs

A pair of Vienna Dogs

Vienna, imperatorial manufactory, ca 1765

H. 12 cm and 17 cm, w. 16,3 cm and 17 cm

  - A pair of ormolu-mounted Régence two-armed candelabra with Chineses figures

A pair of ormolu-mounted Régence two-armed candelabra with Chineses figures


Chineses porcelain figures, Kangxi era (1622-1722)
French softpaste flowers, ca. 1735
The mounts, France, Régence periode, ca. 1735

H. 17 cm, w. 18,5 cm

  - An important Dresden Rococo writing cabinet

An important Dresden Rococo writing cabinet


Michael Kimmel (attributed), electoral-royal cabinetmaker (“Cabinett-Tischler”)
Dresden ca. 1750/60

  - Snuff box with medallion of the Marchande d’Amours in Wedgwood style

Snuff box with medallion of the Marchande d’Amours in Wedgwood style


Vienna, Imperial Porcelain Factory, c. 1785
Décor Philipp Ernst Schindler (Dresden 1723–1793 Vienna)
Hard-paste porcelain, jasperware imitation, onglaze colours, underglaze blue, multicoloured gilding, silver plating, gold mount

H. 3.5 cm (1 3/8 in.), W. 8.4 cm (3 5/16 in.), D. 6.1 cm (2 3/8 in.)

  - A round plate decorated with polychrome chinoiserie scenes

A round plate decorated with polychrome chinoiserie scenes

Painted by Johann Christoph Horn (1692-1760)
Meissen, c. 1725

Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue and painter’s monogram “JCHO” (interlaced) in iron-red
D. 22.2 cm

  - Portrait of  a young man

Rosalba Carriera (Vendig 1675 - 1757 Venedig)

Portrait of a young man

Circa 1745

Pastel drawing on cardboard,
H. 55.5 cm, d. 44 cm

  - Plate with chinoiserie scene after an engraving by Pieter Schenk Junior (1698–1775)

Plate with chinoiserie scene after an engraving by Pieter Schenk Junior (1698–1775)


Meissen, c. 1735

Former’s mark for Gottfried Seydel (1711-1764) and incised “w.4.”
Ø 21.5 cm (8½ in.)

  - A baroque marble fountain

A baroque marble fountain


France, mid 18th century

Marbre rouge royale des Ardennes belges
H. 227 cm, w. 86 cm, d. 68 cm

Johann Heinrich  Tischbein d.Ä. - Portrait of Sophie von Brand

Johann Heinrich Tischbein d.Ä. (Haina 1722 - Kassel 1789)

Portrait of Sophie von Brand

Verso signed: JHTischbein pinx. 1756

Oil on canvas
H. 89 cm, w. 72,5 cm.

Nikolaus Michael Spengler - A pair of reverse-painted glass paintings
"The Dancing Lesson" and "The Declaration of Love"

Nikolaus Michael Spengler (Konstanz 1700 - Darmstadt 1776)

A pair of reverse-painted glass paintings "The Dancing Lesson" and "The Declaration of Love"


The Dancing Lesson
Darmstadt, ca. 1760
Transparent and opaque colours in verre églomisé technique, partially tooled and underlaid with gold and silver leaf
Gilded stucco or gesso frame
41.5 x 33.3 cm

The Declaration of Love
Darmstadt, ca. 1760
Transparent and opaque colours in verre églomisé technique, partially tooled and underlaid with gold and silver leaf
Gilded stucco or gesso frame
41.5 x 33.3 cm

  - Marquetry table à écrire

Jean-Pierre Latz (ca. 1691-1754)

Marquetry table à écrire


Paris, Louis XV period, ca. 1750

Stamped I.P.LATZ
Oak carcase veneered with rosewood, amaranth and satinwood, ormolu sabots, ink and pounce pots in silver (marked PL for Pierre Leplain, Parisian assay stamp 1795–97, Rosenberg3 6560)
H. 68.5 cm (27 ins.), W. 55 cm (21½ ins.), D. 38 cm (15 ins.)

  - “The Love Letter”

Jean-Baptiste Mallet (1759-1835)

“The Love Letter”

Brown ink and water-colour on paper
Height 32.4 cm, width 22.9 cm

  - Coffee Pot

Coffee Pot

Böttger porcelain, Meissen, ca. 1723
Decorated with coloured landscapes by Johann George Heintze

No mark
Fire-gilded silver mount, Augsburg hallmark and marker’s mark “EA” for Elias Adam
H. 20 cm

  - Porcelain-mounted Vernis Martin mantel clock with soft-paste porcelain flowers

Porcelain-mounted Vernis Martin mantel clock with soft-paste porcelain flowers

Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1750

Socle: bronze, chased, gilded
Mounts: bronze, polychrome painting; decorative flowers of soft-paste porcelain
Figures: patinated bronze with polychrome lacquer finish (vernis Martin)
Clock: enamel, brass, glass (signed “Etienne Le Noir A Paris” and numbered “279”)
H. 33 cm (13 in.), W. 30.5 cm (12 in.), D. 15 cm (5 ⅞ in.)

  - "L'amour au petit-pointe"

Jean-Baptiste Mallet (1759-1835)

"L'amour au petit-pointe"

Gouache on paper
Height 25 cm, width 32.2 cm

  - “Elegant Society in a Park”

Jean-Baptiste Mallet (1759-1835)

“Elegant Society in a Park”

Gouache and water-colour on paper
Height 30 cm, width 23.2 cm

  - A small milkpot with cover

Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1706-1775)

A small milkpot with cover

Painted with polychrome chinoiseries by Johann Gregorius Höroldt
Meissen, circa 1723

Blue swords mark on glaze
H. 12,5 cm.

  - An Augustus Rex vase with floral emblems of the seasons

An Augustus Rex vase with floral emblems of the seasons

Meissen, c. 1725–28

“AR” monogram in underglaze blue
H. 29.5 cm (115/8 in.)

  - Bouillon pot and stand

Philipp Ernst Schindler the Elder (1694–1765)

Bouillon pot and stand

Meissen, c. 1725/26

No mark; gilder’s number “12.”
Pot: H. 10.2 cm (4 in.)
Stand: D. 16 cm (6¼ in.)

Jacob Philipp Hackert - Pair of Gouaches
"View of Château Gaillard"

Jacob Philipp Hackert (Prenzlau 1737 - Florenz 1807)

Pair of Gouaches "View of Château Gaillard"

Jacob Philipp Hackert - Pair of Gouaches
"View on the Port of Rouen" and "View on the Port of Lillebonne"

Jacob Philipp Hackert (Prenzlau 1737 - Florenz 1807)

Pair of Gouaches "View on the Port of Rouen" and "View on the Port of Lillebonne"

Jacob Philipp Hackert - A set of four paintings
"View on the gulf of Pozzuoli", "View on Sessa Aurunca", 
"The church of S. Maria delle Vergini in Scafati near Nocera Inferiore" 
and "View on Vallombrosa Abbey"

Jacob Philipp Hackert (Prenzlau 1737 - Florenz 1807)

A set of four paintings "View on the gulf of Pozzuoli", "View on Sessa Aurunca", "The church of S. Maria delle Vergini in Scafati near Nocera Inferiore" and "View on Vallombrosa Abbey"

  - Ecuelle and stand

Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1696-1775)

Ecuelle and stand

Meissen, c. 1726

Covered bowl:
Crossed swords in underglaze blue
H. 14 cm (5½ in.), D. 18.2 cm (7⅛ in.)

Stand:
Crossed swords in underglaze blue with dot pommel
D. 27.5 cm (10⅞ in.)

Christoph Heinrich Kniep - "View of the Venus-temple" and "View onto the Lago d'Averno“

Christoph Heinrich Kniep (Hildesheim 1755 - Neapel 1825)

"View of the Venus-temple" and "View onto the Lago d'Averno“

View of the Lago d’Averno with the Ruins of the Temple of Proserpine
Pen and brown ink over pencil
Signed bottom left “C. Kniep Napoli,” Inscription on the passe-partout top left: “2. Ruines du Temple de Proserpine au Lac Averne par Kniep”
60 x 81.5 cm

View of the Temple of Venus in Baja
Pen and brown ink over pencil
Signed bottom left “C. H. Kniep. Napoli 1787.” Inscription on the passe-partout top left: “I. Ruines du temple de Venus à Baiae par Kniep”
60 x 81.5 cm

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