A Vienna travel suitcase by Josef Heimler, with one lid to be opened; arched top and thick green textile on wood with wooden string supports; original metal mounts and leather hand grips; bronze locks (closed) and several old paper travel labels; late 19th Century.
A small French lantern, round cylindrical shape, with three scrolled branches and acanthus leaves and pineapple finial; on three chains and acanthus leaves decorated crown; bronze partly gilded and ebonised with yellow glass in the centre; 1st Half 19th Century.
90cm height; width 48cm
A pair of terracotta busts of Marrocanian couple in traditional dress with jewellery and capes; on quadratic bases, described Marocco; painted in white, black and silver colours, partly gilded; the male on the reverse signed; the bases partly with Arabic script signs; small damages; possibly Austrian late 19th Century.
A Children miniature theatre with stage; on wooden quadratic base, with exchangeable sceneries that can be stuck, curtains and draperies; on printed cardboard, partly with wooden supports; several different stage pictures; and side draperies included, as well with a quantity of paper play figures, partly on wooden stands; for several plays; completely collapsible; the stage with four grooves to move the figures by pulling; damages, parts missing; German late 19th Century.
57cm height; 40x50cm
Six play figures from the Magic Flute from a puppet theatre; wood carved with textile clothes, feathers, and embroidery; representing Papageno and Papagena, Queen of the Night, two priests and one slave; on iron sticks, partly painted; Austrian 2nd Half 19th Century; on a wooden base.
36cm total height
A pair of Compagnie des Indes porcelain pots, cylindrical shape with two grimaces faces on the sides; red, blue and gilded painted flower decorations on white ground, glazed; on the bottom red mark; Qianlong Period, 18th Century.
13cm height, 15cm width
Silver Art Nouveau centre piece, oval shape with open work floral decorations; on the sides two scrolled handgrips; on eight fluted claw feet; original blue glass bowl, on the borders sliced; around 1910; on the bottom silver stamps.
16,5cm, 43,5cm length
Green and White Tara on integrated oval bases; in spiritual pose with folds, flowers and ribons decorations; decorated with turquoise stones; original cast with very fine hand finish; partly engraved and with original gilded and light brown patina; both with original bottom copper plates.
20cm height, width 13cm
A late Ming bronze sculpture of goddess Guanyin; bronze cast with very fine and deep hand finish, original gilding, partly engraved, with floral decorations; the crown, arms, breast and feet with rich ornamental decorations; the hair with original dark patina; on the reverse six-signs marks in the back; bottom with copper plate with floral decorations; possibly Indo-Chinese 16/17th Century.