German silver-gilt seal-box

Dresden circa 1735
by Christian Friedrich Winger
engraved with the arms of Friedrich August II, Elector of Sachsen and as August III King of Poland
diameter: 12,8 cm, weight: 259 g
Dr. Eva Toepfer, Bech-Kleinmacher

A pair of candlesticks

Gril and boy in flowers arbor, Meissen about 1755
Models by  J.J. Kaendler
Porcelain flower hard and soft porcelain an fire-gilt bronzes from the mid-18th century
Measurements: 15 cm x 10 cm x 18 cm
Ulf D. Härtl, Bamberg

Virgin and child

Salzburg, around 1420/30
Hardwood, carved fully rounded, some of the original coloring remaining
Notable example of the Salzburger variant of the International Style including the "S"-swing
Hight: 89,5 cm
Senger Kunsthandel, Bamberg

Sepulchral Grablekythos

Greek (Attic), around 360/350 v. Chr.
Marble recomposed, blemishes in the body, upper part and handle missing
hight: 75,5 cm
diameter: 27 cm
Günter Puhze, Freiburg

Operatic figures

Two large operatic figures by J.J. Kaendler, Meissen around 1750
hight: 20,5 cm (Her) / 24 cm (Him)
After a scene from "Asics" and Galatea". Based on a print by Charles-Nicolas Cochin, Desinger Décoratuer des Menus-Plaisir of the King of France
Elfriede Langeloh, Weinheim

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

"Tête de femme de profil"
oil on canvas
16 x 14 cm
provenience: Durand-Ruel, Paris (no. 10867)
 Maier & Co., Stuttgart