A partly gilt colourful decorated glazed porcelain figure of a seated parrot, produced at the art department of Lorenz Hutschenreuther, Selb, Germany, designed circa 1920, marked underneath with manufacturer's stamp and: Entwurf Bildhauer Wilh. Krieger MĂ
A part porcelain coffee service, model Krokus, produced by Meissen, Germany, early Jugendstil design of 1896, comprising a coffeepot with grip shaped as two crocuses, six cups and saucers, marked underneath the bases, two saucers and two cups with damages
A globular partly turquoise glass Leerdam Unica vase, internally decorated with burst open crackle, produced by Glasfabriek Leerdam, 1929, signed underneath: F240 Leerdam Unica A.D. Copier.
A cameo-etched glass table lamp Houx/Holly, in shades of yellow and pink, circa 1920, marked with Berlingot.
A carved fruitwood sculpture of a female nude, the hands above her head, with incised artist's signature to the base: W. Kreitz.
A IcosaĂ«der (twenty triangulars) can with repeating pattern of shells, designed for the Verblifa (N.V. Vereenigde Blikfabrieken), Krommenie, at the occasion of its 75 year anniversary in 1963, marked to one side.
Two white lacquered metal table lamps with adjustable shades, model 'Pileino', produced by Artemide, Italy, designed 1972, marked underneath and 'Patent Pending'.
A stoneware bowl in shades of purple, decorated with a repeating D-pattern, 1976, with incised signature underneath: Alev '76.
A painting by Lee Man Fong was sold for the hammer price of â‚¬402.000,- in our latest Art & Antiques auction. Not only is this one of the highest hammer prices for a painting by Lee Man Fong, it also is the highest amount ever realised by our auction house.
On the 25th of June we sold an important table clock by Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956) in our Design auction. It was sold for the hammer price of â‚¬205.000,-, one of the highest amounts ever for a Hoffmann piece sold at auction. It concerns a glass and silver plated metal model with details of semi-precious stones […]