Various Antiques Archive
Dutch school Portrait of Lambertus Sijthoff (1731-1808). oil on canvas in contemporary frames, 80 x 60 cm. Executed circa 1785. < Back to Paintings
Dutch school Portrait of Christine Voet (1744-1788), oil on canvas in contemporary frame, 80 x 60 cm. < Back to Paintings
. Antique Chinese Enamel Ghendi, 23 cm high. Chien Lung period (1735-1796) <Back to Chinese Antiques .
. Authentic Chinese Antiques For Sale, Chinese Antiques Sale Collection, Ricus Dullaert Johannesburg.
. No 50 Early 17th Century Chinese Zhangzhou Water Container, 29 cm high. Chinese Zhangzhou Water Container <Back to Chinese Antiques
If you have any questions please contact me here. . . MG9391 en MG9392:Ivory sculpture of the Mother of God with the Infant Christ At the feed the head of a Cherub. Mind also the beautiful carving at the back side of the statue. Dieppe, circa 1700. If you have any questions please contact
. If you have any questions please contact me here. . MG 5377: A RUSSIAN WALRUS IVORY AND BONE BOX, ARCHANGEL, DATED 1828 This extremely fine pierced walrus ivory and bone box back bears the date 1828. It was made in Archangel to sell to sailors from overseas. Size 15,0 high;27 cm wide;18
. If you have any questions please contact me here. . MG 5374: SILVER RUSSIAN PRESENTATION EGG FOR EASTER This silver Russian Easter egg, surely was made as a gift for the feast of the feast: the Easter celebration. It is set with a turquoise stone and engraved with the Christ monogram. Hallmarked in
. If you have any questions please contact me here. . MG 5366: TWO OVAL MOTHER OF PEARL SHELLS, BETHLEHEM, 19TH CENTURY The shell on the left of the photograph, depicts the Risen Lord. The one on the right the Nativity scene. These shells were made for Pilgrims in Bethlehem in the 19th.century, by
Erotic girl, portrait of an Italian beauty with pearls and a choker leaning back and gazing the spectator. Canvas in an original empire frame, size: 41,4 x 32,6 cm. Attributed to Count Pietro Antonio Rotari and Workshop, Verona 1707, St. Petersburg 1762. Rotari and his pupils painted 160 similar portraits for Catharina the Great of Russia which