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A South German Rococo carved and silvered console table possibly Ansbach, mid-18th century | lot | Sotheby's

A South German Rococo carved and silvered console tablepossibly Ansbach, century

c1750 A German Rococo carved, polychrome-painted and parcel-gilt commode, attributed to Johann Michael Hoppenhaupt II,  Berlin, circa 1750 Estimate  50,000 — 100,000  USD. unsold

c1750 A German Rococo carved, polychrome-painted and parcel-gilt commode, attributed to Johann Michael Hoppenhaupt II, Berlin, circa 1750 Estimate 50,000 — 100,000 USD. unsold

date unspecified A South German Rococo carved and silvered console table probably Franconia, mid-18th century  Estimate  20,000 — 30,000  USD. unsold

date unspecified A South German Rococo carved and silvered console table probably Franconia, mid-18th century Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 USD. unsold

Mid 19th Century Hand Carved Italian Rococo Center Table

Mid 19th Century Hand Carved Italian Rococo Center Table

Presenting for sale a rare and magnificent early to mid century Italian Rococo Centre or Center Table with polychrome finish hand-carved from

date unspecifed A German rococo carved giltwood console table, mid-18th century  Estimate   8,000 — 12,000  GBP  10,306 - 15,460USD. unsold

date unspecifed A German rococo carved giltwood console table, mid-18th century Estimate 8,000 — 12,000 GBP 10,306 - 15,460USD. unsold

A pair of polychrome painted and carved giltwood console tables probably Franco-German, part third quarter 18th century and later each of serpentine form, with an associated moulded alabastro fiorito top above a pierced frieze centred by a c-scroll cartouche issuing flowers and leaves on scrolled cabriole legs carved with husks joined by an x-form stretcher centred by billing doves on leaf carved scrolled feet; redecorated

A pair of polychrome painted and carved giltwood console tables probably Franco-German, part third quarter 18th century and later each of serpentine form, with an associated moulded alabastro fiorito top above a pierced frieze centred by a c-scroll cartouche issuing flowers and leaves on scrolled cabriole legs carved with husks joined by an x-form stretcher centred by billing doves on leaf carved scrolled feet; redecorated

date unspecified A South German Rococo carved and silvered console table possibly Ansbach, mid-18th century  Estimate  20,000 — 30,000  USD. unsold

date unspecified A South German Rococo carved and silvered console table possibly Ansbach, mid-18th century Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 USD. unsold

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An early rococo carved giltwood console table probably South Germany, circa 1735 | Lot | Sotheby's

An early rococo carved giltwood console table probably South Germany, circa 1735

A Franconian early Rococo carved giltwood console table, possibly Ansbach, circa 1730.

A Franconian early Rococo carved giltwood console table, possibly Ansbach, circa

date unspecified A South German Rococo ormolu-mounted, carved, parcel-gilt and cream-painted commode with a scagliola top Franconia, probably Bamberg, mid-18th century Estimate  50,000 — 80,000  USD  LOT SOLD. 37,500 USD (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium)

date unspecified A South German Rococo ormolu-mounted, carved, parcel-gilt and cream-painted commode with a scagliola top Franconia, probably Bamberg, mid-18th century Estimate 50,000 — 80,000 USD LOT SOLD. 37,500 USD (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium)

date unspecified JARDINIERE, late Louis XV, Aachen-Liege, 18th/19th century. Richly carved oak with shells, leaves and decorative frieze. Green brass insert.100x37x98 cm. Sold for CHF 650 (hammer price)

date unspecified JARDINIERE, late Louis XV, Aachen-Liege, 18th/19th century. Richly carved oak with shells, leaves and decorative frieze. Green brass insert.100x37x98 cm. Sold for CHF 650 (hammer price)

A Bavarian Rococo giltwood console table, possibly by Johann Caspar Hörspurcher, Munich, circa 1760.

A very fine Bavarian Rococo giltwood console table, possibly by Johann Caspar Hörspurcher Munich, circa 1760

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