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Auction information:

Day 1 4 december 2020, start at 10am local time

- Asian Art & European Art

Day 2 5 december, start at 10am local time

- European Art

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€ 800 - € 1.200

A German four-piece Neoclassical silver 925/000 coffee and tea set with ivory handles, on a matching tray; added: a ditto tong, 800/000 and two Middle-East silver 900/000 candlesticks, total weight: about 3400g, H 9 - 23 cm

€ 1.500 - € 1.800

A five-piece Neoclassical silver coffee and tea set, made by Wolfers - Belgium (between 1892 - 1942), 800 - 830 - 833/000, H 13,8 - 26,5 cm, total weight: 4311g

€ 2.000 - € 3.000

A Russian vermeil silver cigarette case, decorated with a crowned miniature portrait and inset with semi-precious stones, hallmarked 84 Zolotniki, H 11,8 - W 8,5 cm, weight: 319 g

€ 300 - € 500

A pair of 18thC silver and vermeil jugs, no visible hallmarks, H 15,5 cm, weight: ca. 541 g

A silver wild boar with ivory tusks, 835/000, illegibly hallmarked, H 10,5 cm, ca. 571 g

€ 2.000 - € 3.000

An 18th / 19thC silver sunburst/solar monstrance finely wrought with baroque style features, the alternate raying that encircles the lunulla is made out of gilt brass, the lunella non-available, H 85,5 cm - weight (gilt brass raying incl.) c.3.020 g, provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges, http://balat.kikirpa.be/object/92293

€ 5.000 - € 8.000

A (17)72 Bruges silver sunburst/solar monstrance by Carel Benninck, finely wrought with various style features, the alternate raying that encircles the lunula is made out of gilt brass, (the lunula non-available), H 87 - weight (gilt brass raying incl.) c. 5.100 g, with a matching cassette, provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges, KIK http://balat.kikirpa.be/object/92292

€ 800 - € 1.200

A silver 'martelé-decorated' modernist chalice set in the middle with an ivory reliëf cut nodus, especially made for a silver priest-jubilé of a non-named father: 'Dankbare herinnering zilveren priester jubilé(sic) vanwege Boerenorganistie Gewest Dendermonde 7.4.54', weight c. 703 g - H 17 cm; with the matching paten, weight c. 118 g - Ø 17 cm and dito spoon, in its original cassette, no visible hallmarks but tested on silver purity, provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A silver and gilt silver gothic Revival six-lobed chalice with engraved decoration, inscribed 'Brugis 1879 - Capucinus Ecclesiae', made by J. Van Damme - Bruges, with a gilt silver paten weight c 135 g - Ø 15,3 cm, a gilt silver spoon and with the matching black Morocco leather upholstered cassette, H 20 cm - weight c. 605 g; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 800 - € 1.200

A six-lobed silver / gilt silver and partly blue enamelled Gothic Revival chalice set with cabochon-cut amethysts, engraved with various Saints set in quatrefoils, made by J Vandamme - Bruges, weight c. 845 g - H 21,5 cm; with a paten, weight c. 113 g - ☼7 14 cm and a matching spoon; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 600 - € 1.000

Two 20thC simple and minimalistic silver chalices: one ditto silver ciborium, 835/000, weight c. 555 g - H 26,4 cm; one with Belgian after 1942 used hallmarks, weight c. 267 - H 13,5 cm, with an added 835/000 paten, weight c. 70 g - Ø 11,6 cm, and extra added a gilt silver spoon; and one being a devout gift from 'Jos Schunzelaar - Vermeulen' to 'Eerwaarde Zusters van OLV van de VII weeën - Hoogstraeten 15.08.1934', weight c. 309 g - H 15,5 cm; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges,

€ 800 - € 1.200

Two 19thC neoclassical relief decorated silver and gilt silver chalices: one with weight c. 612 g - H 28 cm, and with a matching spoon; one with owners engraving 'Eerw. Paters Capucynen - Boeveriestraat - Brugge - 1884', weight c. 637g (the inner silver plated bottom and the lead weight excl. - the screw bolt incl.- total weight c. 840 g) - H 26,5 cm, and with a matching spoon; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 400 - € 800

Two ciboria and one chalice with only the cup itself made out of silver / gilt silver, the feet and stem made out of silver-plated metal: the bigger one Gothic Revival, with cover and engraved with the Evangelists, the Holy Lamb and the sacred Pelican, weight silver cup c. 368 g (incl. the non-silver screw bolt) - total H 35 cm; the smaller one Gothic Revival as well, with cover and with a six-lobed foot set with three elliptic plaques representing the members of the Holy Family, weight irrelevant as the item couldn't be dismounted, H 26,5 cm; and the third one of Gothic and Renaissance-inspired decoration, the cup weight c. 200 g (incl. the non-silver screw bolt) - H 18 cm; we add a silver paten marked P. Calles, weight c. 77 g - Ø 14 cm; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges,

€ 800 - € 1.000

A French, 19thC silver and gilt silver Gothic Revival six-lobed chalice engraved with the figures of Jesu - Maria - Joseph and various gothic style ornaments, weight c. 647 g (inner gilt metal bottom excl - total weight c 840) - H 23 cm, added a paten, weight c. 81 g - Ø 14 cm and extra added a matching spoon, weight c. 12 g; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 800 - € 1.000

A silver and gilt silver Gothic Revival chalice splendidly engraved with the four Evangelists, Jesu and Maria and various gothic ornaments and religious symbols, made for the ordination of Father L.J. Dehulster - 1883, made by J Vandamme - Bruges, weight c. 652 g  - H 21,5 cm; added a paten, weight c. 119 g - Ø 15,2 cm, and extra added a matching spoon; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 800 - € 1.200

A six-lobed silver and gilt silver Gothic Revival Chalice, engraved with the effigy of the Evangelists, the Holy Lamb and the saccred Pelican, with enscribed text: 'Iono Dedit Bengamino Ghysele Vuncule Te...es De Gheele... 1883', made by J. Vandamme - Bruges, in a matching black morocco leather upholstered cassette, weight c. 676 g - H 21,4 cm, with a matching paten, weight c. 182 g - Ø 16 cm, and a spoon, provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges,

Two silver and gilt silver 19thC chalices, one with the inscription 'Capucijnessen - Brugge', weight c. 648 g - H 25,8 cm; the other one decorated with bead borders to the foot, to the connection of the foot to the stem and tot the nodus as well, made by 'J. Van Der Linden - Gand', weight c. 587 g - H 20,5 cm; we add a 19th / 20thC chalice with only the chalice itself of solid silver / gilt silver, the weight of the silver chalice (incl. the non-silver screw bolt) c. 154 cm -  total H 18,8 cm, stem and foot are made out of silver-plated metal; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 400 - € 600

Two ciboria and two chalices with only the cup itself made out of silver / gilt silver, the feet and stem made out of silver-plated metal: one personalized engraved with the name of 'Monsieur Georges de Thibault de Boezinge and maybe originating from the house chapel of the family, weight of the cup c. 86 g (non-silver screw bolt incl.) - total H 23 cm; one with blue and white enamel inlay and given for the ordination of father 'Paulus Hocepied - 1916', weight irrelavant as the item can't be dismounted, H 19,8 cm; an iterbellum chalice with cover, weight of the cup c. 196 g (non-silver screw bolt incl.) - total H 22 cm; a smaller 1950s - 1960s chalice with cover, weight of the cup c. 79 g (non-silver screw bolt incl.) - H 21 cm; we add three spoons and a textile chalice cover; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges,

€ 600 - € 1.000

Three modernist silver and gilt silver chalices: one of which only the chalice matted silver/gilt silver, the foot silver-plated, H 15 cm; a ditto extra chalice, H 16 cm, and a bigger silver/gilt silver 835/000 chalice by Delheid - Brussels, weight c. 588 g - H 19 cm, made especially for the 50-year jubilee (1950 - 2000) of father Ant. De Bouck; added an engraved silver paten, weight c. 100 g - Ø 14,6 cm; we add extra: a pair of modernist silver plated / polished metal candlesticks; provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges

€ 400 - € 800

A quite important lot of items useful for the Roman Catholic cult/service: a modernist silver / gilt silver ciborium, martelé decorated, made by E. Vandenhoute - Anderlecht, weight c. 660 g (dismounted and the non-silver screw bolt incl.), H 21,7 cm; a smaller silver ciborium, weight c. 202 g (incl. the compound nodus) - H 13,5 cm; a 900/000 silver pyxis, weight c. 170 g - H 8,8 cm; an extra ditto 800/000 pyxis, weight c. 100 g - H 7,5 cm; two gilt metal patens; furthermore a fair amount of pyxides, viaticum cases and boxes ... most of them silver-plated or gilt metal, provenance: the former collection of Fathers Friars Minor Capuchins -  Bruges,

€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A 19thC French silver vermeil tea set with 24 spoons, a tea strainer and a tong, in a heart-shaped Moroccan leather case, makers mark PDR, total weight: 513g

€ 300 - € 500

An imposing French early 20thC Rococo Revival silver-plated tureen and cover, with removable inner tray, makers' mark ‘Veyrat à Paris’ H 37 - W 45 cm; added two small silver-plated bowls