auktionshaus KENDZIA Hamburg – Auktionen seit 1971

Open Sale - Religious Art

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Object no. 1300-528

Relief "Holy Family", coloured clay, Alpine 17th/18th century, 22x29,5cm (m.r. 29x37cm), restored, since 2003 Slg. Walter Vonficht/Allgäu

Starting price: € 200,-
(Price including buyer´s premium and VAT: € 237,12)

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Object no. 1300-695

Ivory "Corpus Christi" in three-nail type with crown of thorns and attached arms, 12x10cm, small defects, former Coll. Walter Vonficht/Allgäu

Starting price: € 240,-
(Price including buyer´s premium and VAT: € 284,54)

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Object no. 380-196

Brass altar vase with zinc container on the back, 27x22cm, small defects

Starting price: € 100,-
(Price including buyer´s premium and VAT: € 118,56)

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Object no. 1034-9

Carved tabernacle facing "Two angels", wood with remains of old colouring, 30x83cm, strong defects

Starting price: € 450,-
(Price including buyer´s premium and VAT: € 533,52)

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Object no. 1005-9

Sacral woodcarving "Mother of God under the cross", 18th century, h. 31cm, overpainted / various defects

Starting price: € 150,-
(Price including buyer´s premium and VAT: € 177,84)

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Object no. 380-159

ivory "Corpus Christi", full round carved as four nail type, mounted on velvet covered plate, probably German 19th century, h. 18/35cm

Starting price: € 400,-
(Price including buyer´s premium and VAT: € 474,24)

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Object no. 602-24

Orthodox cross, plane on the reverse, 26,5x13,5cm

Starting price: € 80,-
(Price including buyer´s premium and VAT: € 94,85)

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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.