Four Anatomical Drawings of skeletons, black chalk on paper, partly laid down on paper, with
numbers and description in black, red and green ink, of a woman and two men, in the age of 22 and 38
years, and feet studies. Damages, 18/19th Century.
Between 50×34 to 58×47 cm
Champleve Bird Container, bronze cast with fine hand finish and original brown patina the
feather front head and neck partly with multi coloured enamels, possibly used as container lid missing,
two parts partly coronation and damaged, possibly French 13./14. century or later
Lippo Memmi (1291-1356)-school, Maria with Jesus and two angels on pounced gold ground
in gilded framed, tempera with gold on wooden panel damages, old restorations Jesus on the cross
with the holy ghost and two angels in landscape on gold pounced ground, tempera and gold on
wooden panel, damages
Black Sea Relief, hand-cast and engraved metal plate, possibly silver? With open work
angels, ornaments and saints, as well as flowers. In the centre an angel with halo, gilded. Mounted on
a later silvered metal plaque with geometrical, probably 17th/18th Century. border ornaments. Very
Greek or Byzantine influenced folk art.
David Vinckeboons (1576-1632) – attributed, elegant couple on horse with servants in
landscape oil on oak panel framed on the reverse old paper auction label with description to
Vinckeboons and collectors wax seal from the collection of Paul Delarov, 1904
Brandy Bowl, in oval sectional shape with floral cast decorations in the centre and remains of
gilding, two open work handgrips on the sides and monogrammed “Q.E.” Two old silver marks on the
handgrip. 120 gram, possibly Dutch around 1700.
15,5×16 cm, height: 3,5 cm
Early sketch of Canaan and Egypt, with the Mediterranean and the red sea coast and
description of the Caravan routes with numbers and descriptions of the mountains, villages and
landscapes in Italian language, including Cairo and Jerusalem, in brown ink, partly with remains of
black chalk grid, water colour, on paper. Folded and upper border strip of 8 cm connected. Damages,
possibly Italian 15th/16th Century.
Andrea Brioscocalled Il Richio (1471- 1532) -attributed, female and male Satyr candle
holders, each in keeling position, holding in one arm a spout with peak for candle, bronze cast with
very fine hand-finish with original patina, the spout and peak possibly from later date, each on an oval
wooden ebonized base with remains of old paper label with description on the reverse.
Augsburg Pineapple Double Beaker, in two parts, connect-able, each with central feet and
round, out-bowed ornaments, the bowls with out-bowed decorations, filigree work and engravings.
Silver gilded, on the upper border old silver proof, Augsburg town-stamp and master signs: “IK”. 120
gram, 17th /18th Century
Height: 13 cm
A pair of Swedish or German silver double Beaker, each in round shape with out-bowed and
cast medallions with fruits and leafs, on each side a portrait of Gustav Adolf (1594- 1632) and Maria
Eleonora ( 1599- 1655). Inside gilded and outside remains of former gilding. Weight: 340 gram
Height: 10cm, Diameter: 7cm
Fine Augsburg Silver Box, oval shape, partly fluted, with rich engraved ornamental
decorations and four portrait medallions, the lid in the same manner, with one medallion of a Puti on
top. On four scrolled legs, inside gilded, outside remains of gilding, on the underside stamped with the
Augsburg hallmark. Silver proof and master-sign with two stars. Monogrammed “JB”, 18th Century,
Urbino Ceramic Dish, round shape with waved border and fluted upstanding border, on round
stand-ring, painted landscape with Paris and the three graces in the centre, the border yellow and the
other side white coloured, glazed. On the other side old paper connection label, 16th/17th Century.
Diameter: 27 cm