auktionshaus KENDZIA Hamburg – Auktionen seit 1971
auktionshaus-KENDZIA-Hamburg

Open sale - ceramics

Freehand sale

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Objekt Nr: 1099-125

Midcentury ceramic vase with coloured glazed coils on black engobe, signed on the bottom. "S in triangle", h. 29cm

Ausrufpreis: € 120,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 142,85)

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Objekt Nr: 1116-1

Historism Japanese style cachepot "Blue tits in branches", stoneware coloured painted, h. 35cm, Ø 35cm, cracks

Ausrufpreis: € 150,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 178,56)

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Objekt Nr: 230-35

Soft porcelain basin with side handles and gold staffage, around 1900, 21x44x30cm, hairline cracks

Ausrufpreis: € 60,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 71,42)

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Objekt Nr: 232-248

Pair of Strasbourg faience plates "Chinese" with curved rim, colourfully decorated, Ø 32cm, small defects

Ausrufpreis: € 100,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 119,04)

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Objekt Nr: 1022-166

2 Various Jan Bontjes van Beek (1899-1969) studio ceramic vases, h. 10/19cm

Ausrufpreis: € 80,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 95,23)

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Objekt Nr: 1022-167

2 various Horst Kerstan (1941-2005) studio ceramic vases, h. 12/17cm

Ausrufpreis: € 80,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 95,23)

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Objekt Nr: 1022-208

Ceramic figure "Polar bear" in expressionistic façon, signed. "R.Lau", h. 16cm

Ausrufpreis: € 60,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 71,42)

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Objekt Nr: 1022-217

Monika Maetzel (1917-2010) ceramic jug "Birds in the branches", signed at the bottom, h. 21cm

Ausrufpreis: € 50,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 59,52)

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Objekt Nr: 1022-219

4 Various ceramic vases, 3x Karlsruher Majolica, around 1900, h. 9-28cm, large vase with crack

Ausrufpreis: € 120,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 142,85)

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Objekt Nr: 1022-224

Small amphora art nouveau ceramic vase, model no. 150 (75), around 1900/10, h. 14,5cm

Ausrufpreis: € 40,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 47,62)

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About Us

The auction house Kendzia, which emerged from an antique trade that had existed since the 1920s, has enriched the Hamburg auction landscape since 1971. The founders Klaus D. and Brigitte Kendzia have built up an excellent reputation in this sector over the decades of their activity.

Today the house is run by the publicly appointed and sworn auctioneer, appraiser and art expert Eva-Maria Uebach-Kendzia. After studying art history, cultural anthropology and museum management in Hamburg and Vienna, she joined her parents’ business in 1997. She and her husband Karl Uebach have been running the auction house since 2016 with a great deal of expertise and competence. The family-run house is characterised by utmost discretion, solidity and flexibility.