Four top dealers. A seller with a mission: to sell an exclusive showpiece for the highest possible price.
There will be sweating, bluffing and gambling to close a deal.
Jean Del Cour (Hamoir 1627- 1707 Liège), an exceptional terracotta preparatory sketch (bozzetto) of Saint James the Less, circa 1690 – 1691
An important table clock with hour repeater and alarm, by Johan Simon Betzmeyer, Danzig, ca. 1750
A Chinese blue and white ‘Lotus scrolls’ fanghu vase, paired with dragon handles, with a Qianlong mark, H 32,5 cm
Modest Huys (1874-1932), ‘De Oogst’, the harvest, ca. 1912, oil on canvas, 71 x 82 cm
A Chinese blue and white ‘Figural’ sleeve vase, Transitional period, H 45,5 cm
A Japanese woodblock print by Hokusai, from the series “36 views on Mount Fuji”, no. 24 morning snow, Koishikawa, ca. 1830
A finely cast Chinese gilt bronze seated Bodhisattva of Avalokiteshvara on a lotus base, Ming period
A set of four German silver candlesticks, hallmarked Dresden, mid 18thC, H 15,5 cm – total weight: 1.030 g
Ambrosius Benson (Attr.), Impressive altar triptych representing the Golgotha and the portraits of the donors, oil on panel, Bruges, ca 1549-1550
Hendrik Pulinx (Bruges, 1698-1781), an exceptional stone garden sculpture of Hercules, dated 1727, H 195 cm
An extremely fine Chinese red coral carving of a female Immortal and servants, Qing dynasty, H 35 cm – Weight about 4250 g
James Ensor (1860-1949), death pursuing his flocks, hand-coloured etching, 1896, 18,2 x 23,8 cm
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