HIGHLIGHTS AUCTION
DECORATIVE ARTS AND ANTIQUES

26 JUNE
CA. 2 PM

CARTEL-UHRGEHÄUSE
Nymphenburg, um 1760, Modell von F. A. Bustelli

Porzellan. Weiß. Pressmarke. Rücks. rote Inventarnummer
40/337 des BNM. Modernes Uhrwerk erg. 24 × 18 cm
Aus zwei Rocaillekartuschen mit C-Bögen und reliefierten
Blüten gebildete Rahmung für eine Taschenuhr. Über der
Aussparung für die Uhr eine Stoffdraperie. Links stützt ein
Putto den Rahmen, rechts sitzt ein krähender Hahn.
Vergoldetes Zifferblatt.

AUKTION 413 // LOT 55
SCHÄTZPREIS € 13.000 –15.000

Provenance: Ex Bruno Levi Collection (restituted). - The Bruno Levi Collection, Christie's London, A unique collection of Nymphenburg porcelain, July 2/3, 1956 - Important European porcelain, pottery and Vertu objects. A collection assembled by Nelson A. Rockefeller and offered for the benefit of his estate. Sotheby's New York, April 11, 1980, lot 139. 

 

 

PORZELLAN
MUST HAVES
NICE TO HAVE Interieur Design-Klassiker

GROSSE PLATTE MIT DEM ALLIANZWAPPEN „JEAN PARIS DE MONMARTEL-BÉTHUNE“
Meissen, um 1746

Porzellan. Goldrand. Im Spiegel das große von Löwen flankierte Allianzwappen mit Grafenkrone, auf dem Rand verstreut Blumenbuketts und Blümchen. Blaue Schwertermarke. D. 42 cm

AUKTION 413 // LOT 54
SCHÄTZPREIS € 2.800 –3.500

GROSSE PLATTE
Meissen, um 1730/1735

Porzellan. Bunter Dekor im Stil der „famille verte“ mit Vogelbaummotiv zwischen Chrysanthemen und Streublumen.
Blaue Schwertermarke, Formerzeichen (für Johann Martin Kittel 1706 – 1762). D. 47 cm

AUKTION 413 // LOT 53
SCHÄTZPREIS € 2.200 – 2.500

16 FIGUREN AUS DER „NYMPHENBURGER ROTEN JAGD“
Nymphenburg, meist nach Modellen von Theodor Kärner

Porzellan. H. ca. 18 bis 30 cm

AUKTION 413 // LOT 60
SCHÄTZPREIS € 6.000 –7.000

SERVICE „BUNTE JAGD“, 103 Teile
Nymphenburg, Bemalung nach Motiven von Hans Kratzer

Porzellan.

AUKTION 413 // LOT 59
SCHÄTZPREIS € 6.000 –7.000


KÖNIGS SERVICE


The Bavarian Royal Service was a gift for the golden wedding anniversary of the last Bavarian King Ludwig III and Marie Therese Archduchess of Habsburg-Este in 1918. Each of the pieces shows views of places that were personally dear to the royal couple (for example the Queen's birthplace) or were important for the history of the House of Wittelsbach. The Bavarian Royal Service is now on display in the Museum of the Bavarian Kings in Schwangau.

KAFFEE-/TEESERVICE „BAYERISCHES KÖNIGSSERVICE“
 
160 Teile
Nymphenburg, nach Modell von Dominikus Auliczek

Porzellan. Blau und Gold staffiert. Form „Perl“.

AUKTION 413 // LOT 57
SCHÄTZPREIS € 13.000 –15.000

SERVICE „BAYERISCHES KÖNIGSSERVICE“, 143 Teile
Nymphenburg, nach Modell von Dominikus Auliczek

Porzellan.

AUKTION 413 // LOT 56
SCHÄTZPREIS € 12.000 –14.000


MUST HAVES


Silverplate, Apostle jug, screw-top bottle, tankard. Sculptures by master craftsmen. A Viennese Art Nouveau jewelry box. Historical weapons from the 17th and 18th centuries

 

 

 

HL. KAISERIN KUNIGUNDE
Oberfranken (Bamberg), Mitte 18. Jh.

Linde, H. (mit Sockel) 137,5 cm

AUKTION 413 // LOT 100
SCHÄTZPREIS € 15.000 –18 .000

HL. KATHARINA
Altbayern, um 1440

Linde, H. 105 cm

AUKTION 413 // LOT 96
SCHÄTZPREIS € 15.000 – 20.000

According to the catalog description of 1913, the present St. Catherine, which typologically still betrays echoes of sculptures of the Soft Style, is said to come from the Taufkirchen area. 

 

 


SILVER FROM THE INN


 

 

 

TELLER AUS DEM TAFELSERVICE KURFÜRST MAXIMILIANS I. VON BAYERN
München, nach 1623, Stephan Hötzer

Silber, D. 22,3 cm 312 g.

AUKTION 413 // LOT 62
SCHÄTZPREIS € 7..000 – 8.000

Stephan Hötzer, who bore the title of electoral court goldsmith, enjoyed the special favor of Elector Maximilian I, who continually entrusted him with major commissions (Frankenberger, p. 349 ff.). After the defeat of the imperial troops at Zusmarshausen on May 17, 1648, the last major battle of the Thirty Years' War, the Swedish and French armies marauded through Bavaria. Elector Maximilian I therefore decided to leave the royal seat of Munich with his family and flee to Braunau am Inn. At Wasserburg, they boarded the Elector's ships, loaded with the bare necessities, to continue their escape on the Inn. On May 28, 1648, disaster struck. One of the transport ships, the so-called "cake ship", which was loaded with a large part of the necessary silverware, rammed into a bridge pier near Mühldorf am Inn, presumably "due to the carelessness of the crew, who were not quite sober", and sank together with its precious cargo. The immediate attempts to salvage the silver tableware, comprising over 500 pieces and weighing a total of almost 238 kg, failed. Over time, parts of the Maximilian silverware were occasionally recovered near Mühldorf. Plates from the service, which are among the earliest surviving utensils of German goldsmithing, can be found in the Bavarian National Museum, Munich, and the Kreismuseum, Mühldorf, among others.

 

SCHRAUBFLASCHE
Sachsen mit Görlitzer Silbermontierung, um 1653

Serpentin, Silbermontierung. H. 22 cm

AUKTION 413 // LOT 89
SCHÄTZPREIS € 3.000 –4.000

„HÜTTET EVCH DAS EWRE HERTZEN NICHT BESCHWERET WERDEN MIT FRESSEN VND SAVFFEN BEFIEHLTE CHRISTUS LVCE II / SEID NÜCHTERN VND WACHET DEN EWER WIEDERSACHER DER TEVFEL GEHET VMB HER WIE EIN BrVLLENDER LÖWE Petr. 5“.
(Umlaufende Inschrift auf der Schraubflasche)

APOSTELKRUG
Creussen, datiert 1686

Braunes, salzglasiertes Steinzeug mit bunten
Emailfarben staffiert. Zinndeckel. Ohrenhenkel.
Umlaufendes Reliefdekor mit den zwölf Apostel.
Rundmedaillon mit Lamm Gottes
H. 15 cm

AUKTION 413 // LOT 50
SCHÄTZPREIS € 2.500 –3.000

HUMPEN
Danzig, 2. Hälfte 17. Jh., Hans Ophagen oder Hieronymus II Holl

Silber, vergoldet. Umlaufend zwei Szenen aus dem
Leben des Propheten Elias, im Deckel eingelassenes
Medaillon mit Porträtbüste Johann III. Sobieski,
König von Polen. H. 19 cm 950 g.

AUKTION 413 // LOT 63
SCHÄTZPREIS € 5.000 –6.000

 

COLLECTING. WITH A DASH OF HISTORY


 

 

EIN PAAR LANGE RADSCHLOSSPUFFER
Dänemark (?), datiert 1685, M. Bielcke

 

AUKTION 413 // LOT 92
SCHÄTZPREIS € 10.000 –15.000

Walnut full stock with rich ornamental and floral bone inlays interspersed with mythical creatures, partly blackened. Octagonal barrel merging to round, partly with engraved vine decoration, marked "1685 M. BieLcke". Lock plate with external wheel and engraved hunting scene. Ramrod with bone tip. L. 72.5 cm

RADSCHLOSSBÜCHSE
München, 1. Hälfte 18. Jh., Johann Georg Dax (erw. 1714 – 1743)


AUKTION 413 // LOT 93
SCHÄTZPREIS € 6.000 –7.000

Walnut full stock with rich inlays of partly engraved and blackened bone. Octagonal barrel, slightly constricted in the middle, with rifled bore. Trigger with set trigger. Lock with internal wheel. Lock plate with finely engraved depiction of a baroque company hunting deer, signed "I. G. DAX in München". Ramrod with bone tip. Length 109 cm

Johann Georg Dax is documented as a gunsmith in Munich from 1714-43. Although an iron cutter and engraver himself, he often had his weapons engraved by the Munich court engraver Johann Christoph Stengl. 

ARMBRUST
Wohl Deutsch, 16./17. Jh.

AUKTION 413 // LOT 91
SCHÄTZPREIS € 4.000 –4.500

Heavy iron bow with smith's mark and braided sinew. One collar with integrated iron ring. Bulbous walnut column ribbed on the sides, the full side and underside covered with florally engraved bone, florally engraved bone inlays on the cheek. Hinged rear sight. Nut running in a thread, horn bolt holder. Iron trigger guard and side bolt. Damaged, replaced. Length 64 cm Included: cocking winch and two bolts. 


ROCKSTAR


 

 

FRITZ CHRIST
„DIE VERFÜHRUNG“ 
1899

Bronze

AUKTION 413 // LOT 75
SCHÄTZPREIS € 1.800 – 2.000

HERMANN HAHN
„LORELEI“

München, um 1910

Gips

AUKTION 413 // LOT 76
SCHÄTZPREIS € 1.800 – 2.000


BOXSTAR


SCHMUCK-KASSETTE
Hans Bolek, Ausführung Oscar Dietrich, Wien, um 1910

Silber, teilvergoldet

AUKTION 413 // LOT 67
HERMANN HAHN SCHÄTZPREIS € 12.000 – 15.000

 

The Viennese Hans Bolek worked as an architect and painter as well as a designer of furniture, glass and jewelry - including this jewelry box, which was made around 1910 according to Bolek's design drawings by Oscar Dietrich. It is most likely a unique piece. Although Hans Bolek was not a member of the Wiener Werkstätte, he was stylistically close to it. He initially studied at the School of Arts and Crafts under Josef Hoffmann and at the same time worked in Otto Prutscher's architectural office. In 1910, Hans Bolek went into business for himself as an architect in Vienna, where he designed several municipal buildings after the First World War. From 1914, Bolek was a founding member of the Austrian Werkbund. Among other things, he designed furniture for August Ungethüm, ceramics for the Wahliss and Bock companies, wallpaper for Philipp Haas and silver and jewelry work for Oscar Dietrich.

 

 

ONLINECATALOGUE

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

HIGHLIGHTS

FINE JEWELLERY
FINE ART AND ANTIQUES
FINE ART 16 - 20. CENTURY
MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART