auktionshaus KENDZIA Hamburg – Auktionen seit 1971

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Objekt Nr. 1788-9

Pair of rhodium-plated YG 585 wedding rings, 6,6g, size 55-62 Rings, 2x Cartier, size 44-62, traces of wear

Starting price: € 220,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 261,89)

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Objekt Nr. 1884-46

Large Burmese répoussé box in fo-lion form, early 20th century, silver plated, 350g, 14,5x21x12cm slight pressure marks

Starting price: € 160,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 190,46)

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Objekt Nr. 487-81

Large Persian brass tea tray with engraved decoration "Historical Scenes", around 1900/1920, Ø 67cm, rim torn

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

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Objekt Nr. 1673-66

Antique gilded mourning pin with hair inlay "Landscape with Tomb" in square framing, 2nd half 19th., 21.9g, 4,3x3,7cm

Starting price: € 180,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 214,27)

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Objekt Nr. 1892-8

Decorative yellow gold 750 necklace in art nouveau style with 5 opalcabochons (together approx. 3.65ct), 27,1g, l. 43,5cm

Starting price: € 1200,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 1428,48)

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Objekt Nr. 1868-1

Oval classicistic mirror with "rope" trompe l'oeil, mahogany, around 1800, 104x43cm, min. restored

Starting price: € 330,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 392,83)

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Objekt Nr. 1553-41

Masonic Römerkanone with various engraved symbols, faceted glass, c. 1900, h. 14cm, slightly bumped

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

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Objekt Nr. 1854-24

4 Biedermeier flow-through glasses in goblet form with hollow stem, colourless glass, 19th century, h. 11,5cm

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

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Objekt Nr. 1868-26

Biedermeier cup with enamel painting "Flower bouquet", cobalt blue glass, 19th century, h. 12cm, slight signs of wear

Starting price: € 70,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 83,33)

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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.