Auction Preview: Varia at Bruun Rasmussen Kunstauktioner, Online, Mar 1
What: VariaWhere: Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers of Fine Art, Online When: 1 March, 08.00 pmTop lots of the sale:- An 18k gold hunter case pocket watch with minute repetition and chronograph. White dial with Roman numerals and outer 0-60 chronograph scale, four sub-dials with calendar, month, week day (English) and seconds with moon phase, dust cover of gold. Cases no. 201320. C. 1900. Weight app. 129 gr. Case diam. 54 mm. A 14k gold chain enclosed. Weight app. 35 gr. (2) Estimate: kr 20,000 - 25,000 ($ 2,469 - $ 3,086)- A pair of Danish late Empire silver candlesticks, conical fluted stems on circular lightly domed base. Maker's mark for Casper Julius Worm, Poul Erik Eggersen and Gotfred F. Wettergreen, Copenhagen 1833. Loaded. Matched pair of silver braches. Maker Christian Olsen Møller, Copenhagen 1834. Weight branches 1437 gr. H. 33.5/51 cm. Two light nozzle covers included (2+2). Estimate: kr 15,000-20,000 ($ 1,851 - $ 2,469)- A larger and smaller French Empire sterling silver jug. With handles of wood, one ebony, eagle head spouts, hinged covers with acorn finials, raised on three foliate supports with animal paws. Largest jug Paris 1798-1809, maker presumably Pierre Vallière. The other jug Paris 1798-1809, unidentified maker's mark AHD. Weight in total 1907 gr. H. 33 and 30.5 cm (2). Estimate: kr 15,000-20,000 ($ 1,851 - $ 2,469)- «Amager» - a large collection of app. 95 cotton, wool and silk costume items and textiles, comprising among others aprons, headwear, buckles and sheets. 19th century (C. 95). Estimate: kr 15,000 ($ 1,851)- A selection of Danish silver comprising a coffee pot, sugar and cream set, pitcher, sauce boat and dish. Manufactured by Cohr, 1930-40's. Weight app 1739 gr. H. 9-28 cm (6). Estimate: kr 6,000-8,000 ($ 741 - $ 987)- «Fluted Half Lace» porcelain decorated in purple and gold comprising a covered bowl, circular dish and two oval dishes. Royal Copenhagen. 19th-20th century (4). Estimate: kr 10,000-12,000 ($ 1,234 - $ 1,481)White marble female head after Roman antique style. Mounted on base. H. excl. base 23 cm. Estimate: kr 12,000 ($ 1,481)- A Danish 1940's hammered silver coffee and tea set comprising a coffee pot, teapot, sugar and cream set and a pair of «Bernstorff» sugar tongs. Manufactured by Grann & Laglye a.o., 1944 and 1926. Weight app. 1800 gr. H. 9.5-24 cm (5). Estimate: kr 6,000 ($ 741)- A Danish «Skønvirke» hammered silver cutlery. No maker's mark, 1910-1920's. Weight app. 2392 gr (71). Comprising: 13 dinner forks, 12 luncheon forks, 7+6 dinner spoons, 12 dessert spoons, 12 teaspoons, 2 sugar spoons, 2 cold cut forks, serving spade, 2 sauce spoons, larger and smaller serving spoon. Estimate: kr 6,000-8,000 ($ 741 - $ 987)- A pair of Danish silver sauce pand in the style of «Rosenborg», turned wood handles. S&M Benzen, Copenhagen 1903 and 1905. Weight 943 gr. H. 6.5 cm. Diameter 17 cm (2). Estimate: kr 8,000 ($ 987)«Blue Fluted Full Lace» four various porcelain dishes decorated in blue. Royal Copenhagen (4). Comprising: 1 dish, 1115; 1 oval dish, 1148 1 oval dish, 1147 og 1 round dish, 1041. Estimate: kr 7,000-8,000 ($ 864 - $ 987)- Small Danish tureen, standing on four supports. Axel Salomonsen, 20th century. Weight 1373 gr. H. 22 cm. Estimate: kr 6,000-8,000 ($ 741 - $ 987)- A pair of Chinese «Nine peaches» porcelain plates decorated in iron-red and gold. Guangxu mark and probably period. Diam. 22.5 cm (2). Estimate: kr 8,000 ($ 987)- A West-Greenlandic carved patinated wood mask with leather mounts, circa 1940. H. 31 cm. Provenance: Danish painters Ib Geertsen and Herman Stilling. Illustrated in Ib Geertsen, Greenlandic Masks, p. 26. Estimate: kr 6,000-8,000 ($ 741 - $ 987)- An English Elefant Ear oak wood side table. Dated 3-3-30 (1930). H. 44 cm. W. 67 cm. D. 55 cm. Rowland Ward established his business in Piccadilly, London in the late 19th century and focused from the beginning on using body parts from exotic animals for furniture manufacturing, etc. Rapidly he gained a reputation as one of the best within his field and his shop soon received the nickname «The Jungle». Estimate: kr 6,000-8,000 ($ 741 - $ 987)For details, visit: http://www.bruun-rasmussen.dk/index.doClick on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.