A teak sideboard on six brass feet, with drawers, cupboard door and two raffia covered sliding doors, model 210 no. 10 from the second Modernart-series, designed by William Watting, circa 1956. The model without raffia covering illustrated in: B. Looper,
A chromium plated wire steel Diamond easy chair with red upholstered cushion. The proceeds of this lot will benefit the Family home Daniel den Hoed.
An Art Nouveau ceramic wall plate with integrated clock, decorated with day and night surrounded by poppies, signed to the reverse with manufacturer's mark, JM. for J.W. Mijnlieff and numbered 22617.
A Croisonné [sic] glass window depicting a peacock and a bat, circa 1900, in wooden frame. The technique used for this window, fusing glass balls between two glass panes, was patented in 1897 and named Cloisonné Glass by The Cloisonné Glass Company. So
A Leerdam Unica glass bowl decorated with black burst open crackle, produced by Glasfabriek Leerdam, 1927, signed underneath Leerdam Unica A.D. Copier B28.
A wrought iron mirror, circa 1925-1930, signed with incised mark E. Brandt, with original wrought iron wall mounts.
H.P. Berlage, a yellow moulded glass teapot on stand with lid, designed 1924 in collaboration with Piet Zwart, produced by Glasfabriek Leerdam, signed with moulded mark, chip to grip of teapot.
A .830 silver five-light candelabrum, hallmarked with maker's mark, 830, Danish mark with year 34 and essayeur's mark for Jens Sigsgaard.
A blue upholstered Victoria & Albert sofa, produced by Moroso, Italy, designed 2000, marked with labels underneath and to the upholstery.
A bronze covered box "Rock", 2002, limited edition for Goods, marked underneath: Goods by Studio Job, numbered 4-30.
A bronze eleven headed Guanyin, standing on a lotus throne holding a staff and a phial. With a gold flecked patina and remnants of polychome enamels on the robes. 19/20th century
A painting by Lee Man Fong was sold for the hammer price of €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 €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 […]