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Dr. Fischer - Fine Art Auctions

Elbinger Straße 11
74078 Heilbronn

Germany

Tel.: +49 7131 15557 - 0
Fax: +49 7131 15557 - 20

 

E-Mail: info@auctions-fischer.de

 

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Closen from 21th December 2019 - 7th January 2020.

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96 - A hardstone carving figure of an ermine. Idar-Oberstein, Gerd Dreher, 2005. Natu...

Idar Oberstein, Gerd Dreher, 2005

Estimate: 16.000 - 20.000 €
A hardstone carving figure of an ermine. Idar-Oberstein, Gerd Dreher, 2005. Naturalistic carved from one piece agate stone. On an oval mahogany-obsidian base. Signed with monogram. With case. 26 cm long. For five generations the Dreher family...

96 A - A carved hardstone figure of a cat. Idar Oberstein, Patrick Dreher. Realisticall...

Idar Oberstein, Patrick Dreher

Estimate: 4.000 - 6.000 €
. Realistically carved black obsidian cat. Sides with silver shine. Signed with monogram. 12 cm high. Patrick Dreher is the youngest member of the five generation engraver family. In the early twentieth century, grandfather, great-grandfather and...

101 - A hardstone caving egg-sculpture with narcissus. 2nd half of the 20th century. R...

2. Hälfte des 20. Jh.

Estimate: 3.500 - 5.500 €
A hardstone caving egg-sculpture with narcissus. 2nd half of the 20th century. Realistically carved kalahari desert jasper basket set with 18ct gold hoops. Rock crystal egg with three nacrcissus inside. Finely carved rock crystal blossoms with...

102 - A hardstone carving of a branch of gooseberry. In the manner of Fabergé, 2nd ha...

In der Art von Fabergé, 2. Hälfte 20. Jh.

Estimate: 8.000 - 10.000 €
A hardstone carving of a branch of gooseberry. In the manner of Fabergé, 2nd half of the 20th century. Realistically carved silver stem with five 14ct thorns. Three tourmalines berrys and seven engraved nephrite leaves. In a rock crystal vase....
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