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

Open sale - Porcelain

Freehand sale

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Objekt Nr: 1138-2

2 Various Meissen vases "Reicher Hofdrache", pink/green, ball and crater shape, 20th century, h. 14/17,5cm

Ausrufpreis: € 140,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 166,66)

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Objekt Nr: 1149-10

Small Meissen vase with plastic flowers and coloured flower painting, RN A44, around 1900, h. 9,6cm, minimal bumped

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

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Objekt Nr: 1022-114

Meissen figure "Kingfisher", designed by Paul Walther around 1910, model no. "H 124", h. 12cm, restored tail

Ausrufpreis: € 200,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 238,08)

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Objekt Nr: 1022-115

White Meissen vase "Lotus", model no. 50179, around 1970, h. 19,5cm

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

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Objekt Nr: 1064-46

White KPM porcelain figure "Allegory of Happiness", early 19th century, h. 26cm, restored/slightly bumped

Ausrufpreis: € 300,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 357,12)

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Objekt Nr: 66-182

Meissen porcelain figure "goat", model no. 397, 19th century, h. 15cm, horns broken, tail restored

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

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Objekt Nr: 66-183

Meissen porcelain figure "Putto as chimney sweep", model no. 8, around 1900, h. 10,5cm, defects

Ausrufpreis: € 170,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 202,37)

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Objekt Nr: 66-184

Pair of figürlichr Meissen spice bowls "Gardener children", model no. 3024, around 1900, h. 12cm, small defects

Ausrufpreis: € 700,-
(inkl. Aufgeld & MwSt.: € 833,28)

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Objekt Nr: 66-187

Nymphenburg porcelain figure "Putto as fisherman/Neptune", model no. 245, h. 10cm, defective

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

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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.