Two Chinese figures in sculptured and painted clay. 19th century. Some older restorations and worn off paint. One of the figures have been holding something in his hand which is now missing. The other figure is missing it´s hands.
A Swedish barock chest of drawers Signed three times on the back by Johan Furloh, Stockholm. Furloh worked 1724-45. This commode is in a very good condition with original gilt bronze mounts and handles including original locks. It´s veneered with walnut.
A rare pair of Swedish armchairs late gustavian armchairs. Stockholm ca. 1810. An identical set of armchairs made by Ephraim Stahl (1768-1820) after a design by Gustaf af Sillén (1762-1825) is in the royal palace of Rosersberg.
A rare pair of French gilt-bronze and verse eglomisé candlesticks. Early 19th century. Litt. Marie-France Dupuy-Baylet: Les Bronzes Du Mobilier National 1800-1870, Dijon 2010, page 88f compare candelabra from the same maker in the Élyséepalace, Paris
A terra-cotta group of the imperial children Tsarevitj Alexander Nicolajevitj (1818-1881), (later Tsar Alexander II of Russia) and his sister Maria Nicolajevna (1819-1876) by Eric Gustaf Göthe (1779-1838), signed and dated Göthe f. S Petersburg 1822. . Provenance: Eric Gustaf Göthe, Stockholm within the family to present day.
A very Important Swedish long case clock made around 1760 in Stockholm. Signed by Petter Ernst (1714-1784). The case is decorated with green lacquer as a base and motives of mining-scenes. The clock is in a very good condition.