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European Furniture & Decorative Arts featuring Fine Silver & Ceramics

3345B | February 14, 2020 | Boston, MA

European Furniture & Decorative Arts Offering more than 400 lots, our first sale of 2020 encompasses fine silver, ceramics, including a collection of Meissen porcelain, and furniture and decorative arts. Styles range from traditional Georgian silver and fine ormolu-mounted French furniture to bronze sculpture and Wedgwood Fairyland lustre. Explore the sale, visit the preview, and bring home something you love this February 14th.

Friday, February 14 | 10AM | 63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA preview: February 12, 12–5PM February 13, 12–8PM

Stuart Slavid Stephanie Opolski european@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3203

MA LIC. 2304

front cover: Group of Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre this page: Boxed Set of Six Modern Silver and Enamel Sherbets Austrian Silver-gilt and Enamel Miniature Carriage Austrian Hand-painted Porcelain-mounted Bronze Box

Fine Silver Swedish Silver Beaker, mid-18th century, by AV Holst Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Sauceboat Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Compote Jenkins & Jenkins Sterling Silver Presentation Punch Bowl Pair of George III Sterling Silver Candlesticks Tiffany & Co. “Chrysanthemum� Pattern Sterling Silver Tray

this page: Russian .916 Silver and Champlevé Enamel Goblet Karl Griesbaum Sterling Silver Automaton Bird Box George Shiebler Sterling Silver-gilt Child’s Bowl and Spoon Gorham “Isis” Pattern Sterling Silver Ice Cream Service Seven Silver, Enamel, and Gem-set Miniature Birds

this page: George III Mahogany Hunt Table Johan Hendrik van Mastenbroek (Dutch, 1875-1945), Dutch Canal Boats, watercolor on paper Pair of George I Marquetry Side Chairs Pair of Rouge Marble and Gilt-bronze Five-light Candelabra

Meissen Developed in China around 2,000 years ago, porcelain was not produced in Europe until the early 18th century when Johann Friedrich BĂśttger discovered the “magic formulaâ€? and established the Meissen factory. They went on to produce some of the finest wares and sculptures ever seen in the West, and remain one of the most sought-after names in European ceramics today. The idea for making small figures in porcelain came from the sugar ornaments seen on fashionable dining tables all over Europe at the beginning of the 18th century. The arrival of porcelain made these figures more permanent, and more valuable. Modeled after earlier examples, the current collection of almost fifty lots showcases figurines and tableware predominantly from the 19th century in the elaborate Rococo revival fashion.

both pages: Selections from an Extensive Collection of Meissen Porcelain

this page: Pharaoh’s Gift by Emile Louis Picault (French, 1839-1915) Bronze Sculpture Louis XVI-style Ormolumounted Mahogany Table à Écrire by Alfred Beurdeley After Antoine-Louis Barye (French, 1795-1875) Lion and Serpent (Lion au Serpent) Sevres-style Earthenware Vase, front and reverse

opposite: Egyptian Revival Mantel Clock Selections from More than Twenty Lots of English Majolica Japanned Center Table Doulton Lambeth George Tinworth Terra-cotta Plaque Group of Pâte-sur-Pâte

this page: Inlaid Welsh Cabinet Wedgwood & Bentley Black Basalt Bust of Zeno

View all lots online at www.skinnerinc.com/ auctions/3345B

Émile Louis Picault (French, 18331915) Bronze Figure of Perseus and Pegasus Randolph Rogers (American, 18251892) Indian Girl Marble Sculpture

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Bronze Bust of Ajax

16th Century Needlepoint Panel Depicting Farming Activities

Renaissance Revival Gilt-bronze and Champlevé Planter Victorian Three-seat Tête-à-Tête Second Empire-style Porcelainmounted Étagère by Brew and Claris

63 Park Plaza | Boston, MA 02116


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