Live Auction of Russian and Western European art №4
The auction catalog contains significant world works of Russian and European art of the XIX-XX centuries, works of painting masters, silver items, art casting and cabinet sculptures, as well as unique collectibles.You can familiarize yourself with the presented lots in more detail in the Antiqon Arts and Antiques Center, located at 52 Brivibas Street, Riga, Latvia.
15.11.2021 - 26.11.2021
Classic Auction of Russian and Western European Art № 4
Accepts items for auction until 15.08. 2021
Ladies and gentlemen,
We invite you to take part in the Classic Auction of the ANTIQON Marketplace, which will be held on November 27, 2021 at the Antiqon Arts and Antiques Center, located at 52 Brivibas Street, Riga, Latvia. In the auction catalog you will find significant works of Russian and European art of the XIX-XX centuries, porcelain and silver products, works of painting masters, icons, art casting, jewelry, as well as unique collectibles.
"Fog in the Forest" Landscape, Julius von Klever, 1894.
Russian gold vodka cup. K. Gan 1908-1917
Cup holder. Tsarist Russia
The figure "Ukrainian peasant woman". 19th century Gardner plant.
Decorative ladle with enamels. Russia, 1900s.
Bogatyrskaya Zastava set for a crochet hook. Workshop of Mikhail Tarasov.
Carlo Marochetti, bronze plastic / figure, Herzog Emanuel Philibert von Savoyen zu Pferd, 19th century,
Silver glass holder in enamels. Royal Russia.
Porcelain bed "Love Game", KPM Berlin
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Examination of art and antiques from professional participants of the Antiqon PRO project. Confirmation of authorship, the authenticity of works of applied and fine art of the XVI - XX centuries.