2017 Johannesburg Pre-Show Exhibitors Showcase

BANCROFT ANTIQUES

Georg Jensen Silver Necklace #130 by Henning Koppel   Georg Jensen Silver Necklace #130 by Henning Koppel   Georg Jensen Silver Necklace #130 by Henning Koppel

First piece:
The vintage sterling silver necklace is set with a stone believed to be a moss agate. The moss agate contains natural inclusions and strata. It was designed by Henning Koppel in Koppel’s signature “H” design for Georg
Jensen probably in the 1950’s. It is marked with the post 1945 Georg Jensen mark as well as “925S STERLING”; ”Denmark”; the designer’s mark “HK”; and the design number “130”. This piece has been pre-owned and
shows appropriate signs of wear typical of vintage silver jewellery. Weight: 224g.

Second piece:
The vintage, massive, sterling silver bracelet is of the Amoeba design. It was designed circa 1950 by Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen. It is marked with the post 1945 Georg Jensen mark as well as “925S STERLING”;
”Denmark”; the designer’s initials “HK”; and the design number “89”. This piece has been pre-owned and shows appropriate signs of wear typical of vintage silver jewellery. Weight: 139.2g.

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver "Amoeba" Bracelet #89 by Henning Koppel   Georg Jensen Sterling Silver "Amoeba" Bracelet #89 by Henning Koppel   Georg Jensen Sterling Silver "Amoeba" Bracelet #89 by Henning Koppel

Third piece:
Margaret Richardson Silver & 9ct Gold Pendant Necklace. The vintage sterling silver hollow pendant and hanger have four 9ct gold shapes applied to them. The pendant is of a modernist design and is marked “925; 9ct; MR”. MR stands for Margaret Richardson. Margaret Richardson was born in Germany. She came to South Africa after the Second World War and worked in Johannesburg from the 1950’s to the 1980’s. Weight: 31.2g.

   Margaret Richardson Silver & 9ct Gold Pendant Necklace 02   Margaret Richardson Silver & 9ct Gold Pendant Necklace 02

Fourth piece:
Vintage Erich Frey 18ct Gold & Amber Brooch. A vintage 18ct yellow gold and amber brooch by Erich Frey. The gold metal structure supports ten amber bead (one 24.7 x 20.05mm; one 23.2 x 19.6mm; one 23.8 x 18.9mm; one 14.9 x 10.5mm; one 14.1 x 10.5; and five 14.5 x 9.5mm), and is stamped “e. frey” (the “y” of “frey” only partially visible) and “18ct”. This brooch can be worn as a pendant when a chain or silk rope is threaded under the secured pin – a later black silk rope has been added for this purpose. Weight: 53.2g.

Vintage Erich Frey 18ct Gold & Amber Brooch 02   Vintage Erich Frey 18ct Gold & Amber Brooch 02   Vintage Erich Frey 18ct Gold & Amber Brooch 02

Fifth piece:
Vintage Rosenthal Studio-line coffee set in the Suomi shape designed by Timo Sarpaneva, and decorated by Bjørn Wiidblad – the Suomi design was inspired by the round, smooth shapes of pebbles on the Finnish coastline in 1976, and won Timo Sarpaneva the Gold Medal of Faenza, the highest award in porcelain design worldwide – comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar pot and six cups, saucers and cake plates.

  

Sixth piece:
Two vintage porcelain vases decorated in the “Romeo & Juliet” style by Raymond Peynet for Rosenthal Studio-line.

Seventh piece:
A crisp white porcelain vase designed by Sami Wirkkala for Rosenthal next to a rare yellow vintage Rosenthal glass vase, circa 1950.


RIAAN BOLT ANTIQUES

Christo Coetzee (SA 1929 - 2000) - "The Harlequin Fish" - oil on masonite

First piece:
Christo Coetzee (SA 1929 – 2000). “The Harlequin Fish”. Oil on masonite. Signed c. 1954-55. 120cm x 60cm. _in original frame_.
PROVENANCE
Private collection, UK, acquired directly from the artist
EXHIBITED
The Hanover Gallery, London, 7th March – 15th April 1955 (label adhered to the reverse)
LITERATURE
Muller Ballot, “Christo Coetzee”, Cape Town, 1999, p. 29 No. 12, illustrated.

A fine Cape Rococo Stinkwood Settee, late 18th c.

Second piece:
A fine Cape Rococo Stinkwood Settee, late 18th c.
PROVENANCE
M.G. Mackeurtan collection, thence by descent
LITERATURE
Pearse, “Eighteenth Century Furniture in South Africa”, Pretoria, 1960, p. 60 Fig. 75, illustrated, Atmore, “Cape Furniture”, Cape Town, 1965, p. 105 Plate 28, illustrated.

A fine Cape Rococo Teak Silver Mounted Wall Cupboard, late 18th c.

Third piece:
A fine Cape Rococo Teak Silver Mounted Wall Cupboard, late 18th c.
PROVENANCE
M.G. Mackeurtan collection, thence by descent
LITERATURE
Pearse, “Eighteenth Century Furniture in South Africa”, Pretoria, 1960, p. 92 Fig. 115, illustrated, Atmore, “Cape Furniture”, Cape Town, 1965, p. 125 Plate 73, illustrated
Obholzer, Baraitser, Malherbe, “The Cape House and its Interior”, Stellenbosch, 1985, p. 82 No. 187 – 188, illustrated.


KUNSTANDEL HWC DULLAERT

     

First piece:
Portrait of a German elegant you lady. Circa 1825, early Biedermeyer. Oil on canvas 46 x 44 cm.

Second piece:
Pair of late 18th century Italian costume portraits. One signed Andrea Casati. The husband aged 49 the wife 42. Oil 9n canvas 55,5 x 40,75 cm.

Third piece:
Pendant of the 18th century male Italian costume portrait signed Andrea Casati. Oil on canvas 55,5 x 40,75 cm.

     

Fourth piece:
Important Chinese famille rose bowl make in Canton circa 1880. This type of porcelain was called “mille fleurs” in Europe. Diameter 47 cm.

Fifth piece:
Chinese cloissonee bowl, Chien Lung period ( 1735-1796). Inside characters wishing the owner ” Good luck” and ” Long life”. Diameter 17 cm. High 8 cm.

Sixth piece:
Chinese polygrome porcelain Swatov or Guangzhou charger. Circa 1600 (late Ming Dynasty). This was the first porcelain the Dutch brought to the Netherlands from China. Diameter 39,5 cm.

Seventh piece:
Noble crest with a swan and motto: “Jour de ma vie”. Circa 1800. British. Oil on board, 36x 30 cm.

     

Eighth piece:
Noble crest of Sir John James Scott Douglas, baronet of Springwood Park. Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1823. 33 x 30 cm.

Ninth piece:
Detail of a chinese pitpaper painting depicting an elegant lady holding a van. Canton late 19th century. High 16 cm, wide 12 cm.

Tenth:
Pair of elegant chinese rosewood childrens chairs. High 68 cm. Republic period (1912-1948).

     

Eleventh:
Detail of a Japanese porcelain Guan Yin. Taisho period. Marked. High 60,5 cm.

Twelfth:
Important Japanese bronze statue depicting ” The opium smoker”. Meiji period (1868-1912). High 44 cm. Signed.

Thirteenth:
Detail of a Japanese bronze “The opium smoker”.

Fourteenth:
Chinese black silk robe with embroidery. Late Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Wide 136, high 105 m.


THE OLD CORKSCREW

Liberty Caddy spoon 1902

First piece:
Rare Arts & Crafts silver hammered caddy spoon marked for Birmingham 1902 designed by either Oliver Baker or Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co.
The Liberty & Co. makers mark used only in 1903/4 with a cartouche of 2 interlocking circles has been overstruck by Henry Charles Freeman
who had premises in Hatton Garden, London.

Second piece:
Four piece silver ‘Cymric’ tea set marked for Birmingham 1899/1900 by Liberty & Co.
See page 70 of ‘The Designs of Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co’ by A.J. Tilbrook’ for an illustration of this set.

Cymric Teaset

Third piece:
Pair of South African ‘925’ sterling silver candlesticks by Kurt Jobst, circa 1965.
This design is illustrated on page 39 of ‘Kurt Jobst Goldsmith and Silversmith Art metal worker’
Part of a collection of Kurt Jobst silver that will be on show.

Kurt Jobst candelsticks 1

Fourth piece:
A collection of 17th, 18th and 19th century silver miniatures of museum quality.

     


TAKE IT FOR GRANTED

First piece:
Late 19th C Champagne Rack.

Second piece:
18th C English Oak Chest of Drawers C 1700 Original Colour Vintage metal mirror set vintage weighted.

 

Third piece:
Mid 19th c French walnut Armoire.


RICUS DULLAERT

First piece:
A chinese blue and white porcelain baluster vase with lid. Decorated in.lotus pattern. Late Qing dynasty ( 1644-1911). High 48 cm.

Second piece:
Courting couple one of 10 illustrations in a handwritten Moghul Indian book 19th century.

Third piece:
Handcolored so called Optica print one of a series of 5 depicting signs of the Zodiac. By Johann Friedrich Probst, Augsburg 1721-1781.

Fourth piece:
A very rare chinese Tzu Chou storage jar decorated with brown slib ,14th century high 80 centimeter. A similar jar is in the Smithonian collection in Washington DC.USA.

Fifth piece:
Rare pair of family rose porcelain serving dishes 29 x 23 cm. China Chien Lung Period 1735-1796.

Sixth piece:
Swans, handcolored illustration from the Natural History by Le Comte du Buffon, Paris 1831-1836 in 6 volumes with hundreds of handcolored illustrations.

Seventh piece:
Very rare huge chinese porcelain so called “famille noire” bowl. Marked Chien Lung made in the Republic period ( 1912-1948). Diameter 54 cm.

  

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