Notable Sales

Long-Case Musical Clock

Long-Case Musical Clock

Neuwied, 1785-1790

David Roentgen, Peter Kinzing and Weil brothers.

Private Collection, Berlin

Gothic Chest

A Gothic Chest

Northern Germany
circa 1450

Oak and wrought iron.

A Pair of Silver Soup-Toureens

A Pair of Silver Soup-Toureens


Court silversmith Hans Heinrich Geertz, Eutin and Johann Wilhelm Damman, Augsburg; engraved coat of arms of the King of Sweden.


A Pair of Globes

Georg Christoph Eimmart

Nuremberg, 1705

Private Collection, Northern Germany

Imari Vase and Cover

A Monumental Imari Vase and Cover

Japan, Arita late 17th century.


Private Collection, Kuwait

A Lacquered Cabinet

A Lacquered Cabinet

Dresden, circa 1715.

The lacquer work by Martin Schnell.

Museum für Lackkunst, Münster

Ecrire Table

Pietra Dura-mounted Neoclassical Table à Écrire

Brandenburg-Prussia, circa 1790. The pietra dura plaques: Florence, third quarter 17th century.

Private Collection, Paris

Marble Relief

Carl Johann Steinhäuser (1813-1879)

Marble Relief, "Arminius and Thusnelda"

Rome, 1845. 

International trade

Table Clock

A Horizontal Table Clock

Bremen, circa 1645.

Signed: Friederich Hübner, Bremen

Bremer Landesmuseum

book-shaped collector's cabinets

Philipp Daniel Lippert (1702–85)

Dresden, 1755–1762. 

Three book-shaped collector's cabinets containing a large collection of plaster intaglios from classical gems. 

International trade

Reval Faience

A Collection of Reval Faience


Manufactory of Carl Christian Fick

Ostpreussisches Landesmuseum, Lüneburg


Guéridon „Windspiele“

Berlin, circa 1846.

Design by Johann Heinrich Strack (1805–1880).

International trade.

Mirror Bureau Cabinet

Mirror Bureau Cabinet

Altona, circa 1760.

Workshop of Johann Friedrich Köster

 Private Collection, Northern Germany

Console Table

Console Table

Rome, circa 1730. 

Carved and silvered wood Stone top with marble veneer.

Private Collection, North Rhine Westphalia

Please have a look at our reference list of Museum Sales.