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Gold-mounted porcelain étui à tablettes (‘carnet de bal’) with the legend SOUVENIR Decoration probably by Johann Georg Loehnig (1743–1806)
Gold mounts probably by Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808)
Dresden (?), c. 1770
H. 9 cm (3.54 in.), w. 5.8 cm (2.28 in.), d. 1.2 cm (0.47 in.)
Frühes Meissener Porzellan. Kostbarkeiten aus deutschen Privatsammlungen (Munich, 1997), p. 103, cat. no. 68.
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
H. 37 resp. 38 cm, w. 31 resp. 28 cm, d. 15,5 cm
A pair of ormolu-mounted red lacquer potpourri vases with swan handles France, Louis XVI period, c. 1785
H. 26 cm (10.2 in.), w. 21 cm (8.3 in.)
A pair of three armed wall lights with cockerels after a design by Jean Louis Prieur (1732-1795) Paris, Louis XVI period, c. 1770
Bronze, cast, chased and fire-gilt
Height 39.5 cm (19.49 in.)
A pair of neoclassical crystal, brass and bronze chandeliers The Werner & Mieth manufacture was founded in Berlin in 1792 and was given a Royal Appointment in 1794. They supplied chandeliers for the most important houses around Berlin, including the Japanese Palace and the palace of Sans-Souci at Potsdam.
A neoclassical gilt bronze and crystal chandelier
A pair of gilt bronze three branch candelabra (girandoles)
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.)
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.)