Voorjaarsveiling Kunst en Antiek 2017
Europees porselein en glas
Three Dutch Delft blue tobacco jars
Of baluster form, one inscribed 'Tonca' and one 'Marteniek', the smaller one 'Duyn Kerken' in catouches. With copper covers.
The large ones 18th century, one marked De Vergulde Blompot, one De Porceleyne Claeuw, the small one 19th century and unmarked.
Chips and glaze damages, the Marteniek jar with damaged top rim.
H ca. 30 cm.
A Dutch Delft blue five piece garniture
Consisting of three baluster shaped vases and covers and two beakers, decorated with a river landscape with a small boat and buildings in a floral cartouche, the covers with parrots. (5)
18th century, marked De Porceleyne Bijl.
One cover not original, the other two damaged and with old restorations, one beaker with rim restoration, rim chips.
H ca. 40 and 26,5 cm.
A Dutch Delft blue tobacco box and cover
Square model with moulded sides, the cover with floral finial and decorated with landscapes with a man on the waterfront and romantic couples.
Ca. 1765, marked GVS, Geertruy Verstelle, Het Oude Moriaenshooft.
Finial with restorations, horizontal and vertical hairlines, chips.
A Meissen polychrome coffee service
A baluster shaped coffeepot and cover with wishbone handle, a sugarbowl and cover, a slop bowl and four cups and saucers, decorated with romantic scenes with figures in cartouches, flowers and pink scale ornamental bands. (11)
Mid 18th century, base of the coffee pot left unglazed, and having an incised 'N', crossed swords mark to the base of the handle, the rest with crossed sword marks on the base.
The spout and the handle of the coffee pot with small chip, slop bowl with rim chip, the cover of the sugar bowl with small firing crack, finials with very small frits.
H 23 cm (coffee pot).
Een sepia and gilt porcelain tea service
Consisting of a octagonal oblong dish, a bowl, three large cups and saucers and 16 smaller cups and saucers. Hand painted with romantic landscapes and villages in sepia on a white ground, made for a marriage jubilee.(40)
First half 19th century, Large dish and some saucers signed: Door Maria en Minette van Rappard, 16 April 1839".
One cup without ear, some hairlines and small damages.
34x22 cm (large dish).
A pair of polychrome and gilt porcelain vases
On square feet, the body with elephant head shaped handles and decorated with a 'chinoiserie' design with two men and two women, flanked by gilded bamboo, flowers, butterflies and birds, between bands of gilded ornaments on a turquoise background. Mounted with brass. (2)
Paris, ca. 1870, marked in blue on the bottom of the body.
Some wear on the gilded parts.
H 31 cm.