Relief in ancient manner, with equestrian general with soldiers in a battle scene in three parts probably after a Roman tomb relief, red terracotta or other composition material, weathered, damages; 19th Century? Total length 210 cm, each panel 70cm width and height
Tiziano Vecellio (1488-1576)-circle, Portrait of a man with red coat and cap, looking to the side; oil on wooden panel; the vertical sides left and right later adapted (about 3cm); in an original carved and gilded collectors frame around 1600; on the reverse old paper label with provenance Collection Alice Schönfeld, Master of Brescia, Portrait of a monk? 53x40cm
Bohemian Corpus Christi around 1700, life size Corpus Christi, on the cross looking to the right downwards, with open arms, serviette and Crown of Sorrows with remains of gilding; masterly executed; lime wood carved on later ebonised wooden cross; Bohemia or South German around 1700.
Memento mori watch, skull on chain, with silver coins from different periods between 1628 and 1802; the skull possibly silver, to be opened, inside watch with enamel dial, Roman numbers and iron finger; one wind-up hole; gilded bronze movement; signed Moricano, Geneve. Function not tested; damages. Top of skull monogrammed. 17th/19th Century. Total length 16cm.
280- 560 EUR
Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617)-attributed, The Venetian wedding or the wedding of Antenor, oil on canvas, 98x185 cm. Lit.: etching by Johann Theodor de Bry (1561-1623) at the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum Braunschweig. Exp; The interesting and charming Scene may symbolise a Parentato ,the relationship between The King of France and Poland Henri III (1551-1589) and the Serenissimas Doge Alvise Mocenigo ( ruled Venice between 1570-1577) of Venice. At King Henris celebrated visit in Venice in the year 1574.
Giovanni Angelo Borroni (1684–1772)-attributed, Large full size portrait of a Lombard nobleman, probably Giovanni Antonio Melzi, standing next to a clock, in front of a curtain, holding a letter, described Sig. Pietro Francesco Bollini, Novara; oil on canvas, in original frame. 208X120cm
Roman Male Marble Torso, athlete, fine and deep sculpted with marble with grey veins, hands, head and legs missing, weathered, damages, possibly Roman 2th Century A.D; on a later black iron base; private collection.
Total height 130 cm, torso only 70 cm
Nuremberg silver salver in oval shape, with waved border and oval deepened centre, richly chased and engraved with Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) and Diogenes (413-323 BC), surrounded by soldiers and acanthus leaves, later drill hole in the border; hall marked N. and three other unidentified marks; 1000g; 48x38cm. German 18th Century.