Floris van Wanroij Fine Art

Works of Art


A Pair of Gothic Pricket Candlesticks

A Pair of Gothic Pricket Candlesticks


France

Gothic, ca. 1450

 

Chased iron
H. 136 cm. (including pen)

 
A Renaissance Tabernacle Front

A Renaissance Tabernacle Front


Mid-Italian, probably Tuscany or the Florence region
Renaissance, second quarter of the 16th Century, dated '1537'

 

Inscribed and dated '+ 1537 . IACOBVS . CABVS . IERONIMVS . CAZS', on the top
Marble, on a later black metal stand
H. 56 cm. W. 48 cm. (excluding stand)

 
Peter van den Gheyn II

Peter van den Gheyn II


Malines
Renaissance, dated ‘1577’

 

A Gilded bronze Table Bell

 

Bronze, with original gilding
Depicting Orpheus playing to the animals amid scrolls between lettered bands:
O MATER DE MEMENTO MEI’ and ‘PETRVS GHEINEVS ME FECIT 1577’ at the rim. The handle formed of two addorsed putti.
H. 14 cm.

 
A Papillero Vargueno

A Papillero Vargueno


Spain
Baroque, first half of the 17th Century, ca. 1630 – 1650

 

Walnut, partiality gilded, with polychrome decorated bone-inlay
and carved bone Solomonic columns
H. 51 cm. W. 88 cm. D. 36 cm.  

 
A Renaissance Brass Candlestick 16th Century

A Renaissance Brass Candlestick 16th Century


South Netherlandish
Renaissance, last quarter of the 16th Century, ca. 1580

 

Brass
H. 20,8 cm. D. 10 cm. (diameter of the base)

 
An impressive pair of Baluster Pricket Candlesticks

An impressive pair of Baluster Pricket Candlesticks


South Netherlandish, possibly Malines
Baroque, first quarter of the 17th Century, ca. 1600 – 1620

 

Brass

H. 43,5 cm. (including pricket) D. 17,5 cm. (diameter of the bare)

 
A pair of Baluster Pricket Candlesticks

A pair of Baluster Pricket Candlesticks


South Netherlandish, possibly Malines
Baroque, first quarter of the 17th Century, ca. 1600 – 1620

 

Brass
H. 27,8 cm. D. 11 cm. (diameter of the bare)

 
A Facon de Venise Wine Glass

A Facon de Venise Wine Glass


Low Counties
Second half of the 17th Century, ca. 1675

 

With a conical cuppa, supported on a stem with hollow lobbed-baluster nodus, under a tripple avolio and resting on a single avolio, leading to a to a plain conical foot with folded rim
H. 15,4 cm.

 
Hermanus Boekwijt

Hermanus Boekwijt


Leiden
Louis XVI, last quarter of the 18th century, dated ‘Februarij 1796’

 

Silver Tobacco Box with the portraits of William V (1748 – 1806) prince of Orange and the last stadtholder of the Dutch Republic and his consort Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia (1751 – 1820)

Silver, cased and engraved, with original gilded interior, marked ‘HB’, the key city mark of Leiden with the year letter ‘O’ (1796) and the axe/hatchet mark, (1853-1927, tax mark on old Netherlands hallmarked silver items returning to the market)
L. 13,2 cm. W. 6,2 cm. H. 3 cm.

 
Ship Glass SALUS PATRIA

Ship Glass SALUS PATRIA


English or Dutch leadglass, with Dutch engraving
Second quarter 18th century

 

On a six-sided ‘Silesian stem’ and folded foot rim. With fine wheelengraving of a Barque with the Dutch Lion in the stern, two small vessels, sea-creatures and insects, beneath a banderol with the inscription 'SALUS PATRIA', between scrolling. With floral decoration of the foot.
H. 18.4 cm.

 
Kings Collar or Koningsbreuk of Alken

Kings Collar or Koningsbreuk of Alken


Limburg

Second half of the 18th Century and later (1764 - 1842)

 

Silver, textile and fringes

H. 75 cm.  W. 60 cm.