JUNE-AUCTION

POST AUCTION SALES UNTIL 17 JULY 2024


 

POST AUCTION SALES

AUCTION CA. 2.30 PM, LOTS 50 - 124

HIGHLIGHTS

 

ONLINECATALOGUE DECORATIVE ART & ANTIQUES

A 39-piece coffee service
Ludwigsburg, 2nd half of the 18th century

auction 413, Lot 51

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
still available

A large platter
Meissen, circa 1730/1735

auction 413, Lot 53

estimate € 2.200 to € 2.500
still available

A Cartel clock case
Nymphenburg, circa 1760, model by F. A. Bustelli

auction 413, Lot 55

estimate € 13.000 to € 15.000
still available

A jewellery box
Hans Bolek, manufactured by Oscar Dietrich, Vienna, circa 1910

auction 413, Lot 67

estimate € 12.000 to € 15.000
still available

A vase
Emile Gallé, Nancy, 1904-1906

auction 413, Lot 69

estimate € 1.600 to € 1.800
still available

Seven tablecloths and 18 "ray decoration" napkins
Design by Max Esser 1923, A. W. Kisker for Meissen

auction 413, Lot 73

estimate € 1.500 to € 2.000
still available

Flute player, 1888
Franz Rosse (1858 Berlin - 1900 ibid.)

auction 413, Lot 74

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.500
still available

The seduction, 1899
Fritz Christ (1866 Bamberg - 1906 Munich)

auction 413, Lot 75

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
still available

An eight-piece dining room group
Design probably by Hans Christiansen, circa 1905. Manufactured by Ludwig Schäfer, Mainz (?)

auction 413, Lot 78

estimate € 1.500 to € 2.000
still available

A "Sciolari" standard lamp (dandelion)
Gaetano Sciolari, Italy, circa 1970, manufactured by Sciolari Illuminatione Artum Sri

auction 413, Lot 80

estimate € 800 to € 1.200
still available

A "Lyra" chair
Marc Brazier Jones, 1989

auction 413, Lot 81

estimate € 2.300 to € 2.500
still available

A "Monte Carlo" sofa
Design by Eileen Gray, Vereinigte Werkstätten, circa 1980

auction 413, Lot 85

estimate € 3.200 to € 3.500
still available

A censer
Louis XVI style

auction 413, Lot 94

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.200
still available

Saint Catherine
Old Bavaria, circa 1440

auction 413, Lot 96

estimate € 15.000 to € 20.000
still available

The Birth of Christ
Passau, circa 1510/20

auction 413, Lot 97

estimate € 3.000 to € 5.000
still available

A cherub
Weilheim, 1st half of the 17th century

auction 413, Lot 98

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.200
still available

Mary with Child
Spain, 18th century

auction 413, Lot 101

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.200
still available

Bust of Venus Italica
Antonio Canova (1757 Possagno - 1822 Venice), after

auction 413, Lot 103

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.500
still available

A bureau cabinet
Saxony, 18th century

auction 413, Lot 105

estimate € 2.500 to € 3.500
still available

A mirror
18th/19th century

auction 413, Lot 108

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.400
still available

A pair of console tables
Denmark, 19th century and later

auction 413, Lot 109

estimate € 4.000 to € 6.000
still available

POST AUCTION SALES

LOTS 1 - 26, 2 PM
LOTS 50 - 124, CA. 2.30 PM
LOTS 125 - 228, CA. 3.30 PM
LOTS 300 - 338, CA. 5 PM

SOLD LOTS - FINE ART & ANTIQUES

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An apostles tankard
Creussen, dated 1686

auction 413, Lot 50

estimate € 2.500 to € 3.000
result € 3.380 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A lidded tureen
Meissen, circa 1730/1740

auction 413, Lot 52

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.200
result € 2.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A large platter with the "Jean Paris de Monmartel-Béthune" alliance coat of arms
Meissen, circa 1746

auction 413, Lot 54

estimate € 2.800 to € 3.500
result € 3.250 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A 143-piece "Bavarian Royal Service"
Nymphenburg, after the model by Dominikus Auliczek

auction 413, Lot 56

estimate € 12.000 to € 14.000
result € 28.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A 160-piece "Bavarian Royal" coffee-/tea service
Nymphenburg, after the model by Dominikus Auliczek

auction 413, Lot 57

estimate € 13.000 to € 15.000
result € 52.000 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

25 "Bavarian royal service" pieces
Nymphenburg, after the model by Dominikus Auliczek

auction 413, Lot 58

estimate € 2.200 to € 2.400
result € 14.300 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A 103-piece "Colourful Hunt" service
Nymphenburg, painting after motifs by Hans Kratzer

auction 413, Lot 59

estimate € 6.000 to € 7.000
result € 20.800 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

16 "Nymphenburg Red Hunt" figures
Nymphenburg, mostly after models by Theodor Kärner

auction 413, Lot 60

estimate € 6.000 to € 7.000
result € 7.150 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Complete series of 16 figures from the Commedia dellArte
Nymphenburg, after the model by F. A. Bustelli

auction 413, Lot 61

estimate € 9.000 to € 10.000
result € 9.750 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A plate from the dinner service of Prince-elector Maximilian I of Bavaria
Munich, after 1623, Stephan Hötzer

auction 413, Lot 62

estimate € 7.000 to € 8.000
result € 11.700 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A tankard
Danzig, 2nd half of the 17th century, Hans Ophagen or Hieronymus II Holl

auction 413, Lot 63

estimate € 5.000 to € 6.000
result € 22.100 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A pair of wine coolers
Vienna, 1847, Mayerhofer and Klinkosch

auction 413, Lot 64

estimate € 3.200 to € 3.500
result € 6.500 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Two étagères, a tureen with base, tray and sugar bowl
Vienna, 1844, 1847, 1867, Mayerhofer and Klinkosch

auction 413, Lot 65

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
result € 3.640 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A sitting bear
Meissen, design by August Gaul, 1994

auction 413, Lot 66

estimate € 1.200 to € 1.500
result € 1.300 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

An Art Nouveau lidded goblet
Augsburg, 1914

auction 413, Lot 68

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.300
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A vase
Daum Frères, Nancy, 1980-1989, design by Philippe Starck

auction 413, Lot 70

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A Lampe Masque
Elizabeth Garouste and Mario Bonetti, 1983, Ed. en attendant les Barbares 35/150

auction 413, Lot 71

estimate € 4.500 to € 4.800
result € 9.100 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A Lacrima vase
André Dubreuil & Daum, France, circa 1990

auction 413, Lot 72

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.200
result € 2.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

"Lorelei"
Hermann Hahn (1868 Veilsdorf Monastery - 1945 Pullach)

auction 413, Lot 76

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A ceiling lamp
Murano, probably Barovier & Toso

auction 413, Lot 77

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.500
result € 1.690 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

An Art Deco sideboard

auction 413, Lot 79

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
result € 2.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A Pegasus wingback chair
Marc Brazier Jones, 1997

auction 413, Lot 82

estimate € 2.500 to € 2.800
result € 3.250 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A pair of "Olympia" wall appliques
Marc Brazier Jones, 1989

auction 413, Lot 83

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A "Sole" chair
Piero Fornasetti, Milan

auction 413, Lot 84

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Four armchairs
Alvar Aalto for Artek, model 46

auction 413, Lot 86

estimate € 800 to € 1.200
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Art Deco ceiling lamp

auction 413, Lot 87

estimate € 1.200 to € 1.500
result € 975 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A cachepot
China, Ming or later

auction 413, Lot 88

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.200
result € 2.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A screw top bottle
Saxony with Görlitz silver mount, circa 1653

auction 413, Lot 89

estimate € 3.000 to € 4.000
result € 5.850 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A goblet
Thuringia, 2nd third of the 18th century, probably Georg E. Kunckel

auction 413, Lot 90

estimate € 2.000 to € 2.200
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A crossbow
Probably German, 16th/17th century

auction 413, Lot 91

estimate € 4.000 to € 4.500
result € 15.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A pair of long wheel lock pistols
Denmark (?), dated 1685,

auction 413, Lot 92

estimate € 10.000 to € 15.000
result € 20.800 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A wheel lock rifle
Munich, 1st half of the 18th century,

auction 413, Lot 93

estimate € 6.000 to € 7.000
result € 7.150 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A pietà
Rhenish (?), circa 1430

auction 413, Lot 95

estimate € 4.000 to € 6.000
result € 5.200 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Mary with Child
Flanders, circa 1650

auction 413, Lot 99

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.200
result € 2.080 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Saint Empress Kunigunde
Upper Franconia (Bamberg), mid-18th century

auction 413, Lot 100

estimate € 15.000 to € 18.000
result € 15.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A pair of angels with candlesticks
Italy, 18th century

auction 413, Lot 102

estimate € 2.000 to € 3.000
result € 2.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A cupboard
Middle German (Brunswick?), 18th century

auction 413, Lot 104

estimate € 4.000 to € 6.000
result € 3.380 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A bureau cabinet
Central German, 18th century

auction 413, Lot 106

estimate € 3.000 to € 3.500
result € 3.900 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A Biedermeier sofa
North Germany, 19th century Probably after a design by Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781 Neuruppin - 1841 Berlin), Berlin, ca. 1830

auction 413, Lot 107

estimate € 1.800 to € 2.000
result € 2.340 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A pendulum clock with console
probably Potsdam/Berlin, 18th/19th century

auction 413, Lot 110

estimate € 4.000 to € 6.000
result € 5.200 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Seal of the bookbinders
Heidelberg, dated 1666

auction 413, Lot 111

estimate € 600 to € 800
result € 1.170 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A beak-spouted jug
German, 14th century

auction 413, Lot 112

estimate € 800 to € 1.000
result € 13.000 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A three-legged pot
German, late 15th century

auction 413, Lot 113

estimate € 1.200 to € 1.500
result € 10.400 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A box
Switzerland, 16th century and later

auction 413, Lot 114

estimate € 1.400 to € 1.600
result € 3.120 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Madonna with sewing basket
Utrecht, circa 1480/90

auction 413, Lot 115

estimate € 8.000 to € 12.000
result € 28.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Saint Dorothea
So-called Master of Osnabrück (active in Osnabrück and the surrounding area in the 1st third of the 16th century), circa 1510/20

auction 413, Lot 116

estimate € 4.000 to € 6.000
result € 27.300 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Blessing Christ Child
South German, 1st half of the 17th century

auction 413, Lot 117

estimate € 5.000 to € 7.000
result € 16.900 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

Blessing Christ Child
Italy, 18th century

auction 413, Lot 118

estimate € 800 to € 1.200
result € 1.690 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A sacristy cabinet
Lake Constance region (Lindau), circa 1457

auction 413, Lot 119

estimate € 20.000 to € 30.000
result € 101.400 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A small chest
Veneto, 15th century

auction 413, Lot 120

estimate € 10.000 to € 12.000
result € 16.900 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A cassone
Upper Italy, circa 1500 and later

auction 413, Lot 121

estimate € 6.000 to € 8.000
result € 8.450 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A table
France, 16th century and later

auction 413, Lot 122

estimate € 3.000 to € 3.500
result € 2.600 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A cupboard
France, 17th/19th century

auction 413, Lot 123

estimate € 6.000 to € 8.000
result € 3.900 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

A chair with armrests
Northeastern Switzerland, dated 1716

auction 413, Lot 124

estimate € 1.000 to € 1.400
result € 3.380 (incl. 30 % buyer's premium)

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OUR EXPERTS OF DECORATIVE ART AND ANTIQUES 


 

 

Dr. Doris Bachmeier M.A.

Ceramics, Porcelain, Glass, Silver, Timepieces, Vernacular Arts, Decorative Arts, Icons


A specialist in European decorative arts from the 16th to 19th century, Dr. Bachmeier particularly focuses on 18th century German silver, gold and porcelain. However, she has also addressed other areas of decorative arts in depth, starting in the Eighties with her master's thesis entitled “Joseph Hillerbrand – Munich Design in the 20ies and 30ies” and her doctoral dissertation for LMU Munich entitled “Life and work of Lorenz Gedon”. Dr Bachmeier has been with our company since 1988, first as the head of the Varia Department, and from 2004 as expert for our key department of Fine Art and Antiques. Recent special sales of “Majolica from the Bareiss Collection” and the “Bavarian Königsservice” from the estate of King Ludwig III, both of which were most successful and attracted international attention, marked some of the highlights of her work. Dr Bachmeier was a guest speaker at the 2007 Vinogradov conference in St. Petersburg (First International 18th Century Porcelain Scholarships Conference in Russia) and is involved in expert and valuation days hosted by NEUMEISTER in cooperation with the Bavarian National Museum. WIth long-standing experience and broadly based, extensive expertise, she is your specialist for any questions regarding decorative arts.

Dr. Bettina Schwick M.A.

Furniture, Sculptures, Textiles


Bettina Schwick’s specialist fields are, on the one hand, 18th-century furniture – especially French ébénisterie (cabinet-making) – that has fascinated her to this day ever since her publication of an inventory catalogue on the historical furnishings of Ludwigsburg Palace and, on the other hand, medieval and Baroque sepulchral sculpture in Southern Germany, which she analysed in depth in her master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation. After graduating in art history from the universities of Würzburg and Munich, Bettina Schwick was a research fellow in the administrative department of the State-owned Palaces and Gardens of Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart. This intensive involvement with historical furniture soon led her to London, Zurich and Amsterdam. As Junior Cataloguer in the Department of French and Continental Furniture at Sotheby’s she was involved in the auction ‘Of Royal and Noble Descent’, among other projects. Since her return to Munich at the end of 2001 Bettina Schwick has been in working in the core segment FINE ART at NEUMEISTER as the expert responsible for historical furniture, sculpture, furnishings and textiles. 

Dr. Bärbel Wauer

Art Nouveau, Art Deco


While working in the Art Nouveau department at the municipal museum in Munich, the Münchner Stadtmuseum, under Dr. Martha Dreesbach, Bärbel Wauer developed her special interest in and great passion for Munich ‘Jugendstil’ in particular. After gaining a doctorate on the conceptual history of Expressionism, followed by internships at the Bavarian National Museum under Dr. Rückert, Bärbel Wauer joined NEUMEISTER in 1982. At the same time she was responsible for the concept and organisation of the Munich art and antiques fair, the Kunst-Messe München, over a number of years. Her immense experience in the appraisal and pricing of artworks is based on her more than 20-year cooperation on the Art Award Yearbook in the field of decorative arts, jewellery and furniture. For a confidential, precise appraisal and valuation of Art Nouveau and Art Deco objects, please contact Bärbel Wauer, the Art Nouveau, Art Deco and glass expert at NEUMEISTER. Her skill and expert knowledge enabled us to appraise and value the internationally highly regarded Prof. Kurt Liebermeister Collection of Art Nouveau and Murano glass, among others.