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Palshus Ceramic Table Lamp

Palshus ceramic table lamp. Designed by Per Linnemann-Schmidt and manufactured at his Ceramic Workshop Palshus in Denmark, c. 1950. Brown glazed. Signed/ Incised "Palshus" and "Denmark" on the underside. Height to socket: 28 cm.

19th Century Chinese Official’s Hat Chair

19th Century Chinese Official's Hat Chair. Linden wood and black lacquer with natural wear and tear. Good seating comfort. China 1840-1860.

Anker Hoffmann “Woman Resting”, Bronze Sculpture With Green Patina

Anker Hoffmann, 1904-1985. Bronze statue, "Woman Resting". Green patina. Signed with monogram. No. 4/7. Original condition.

Egill Jacobsen Painting

Egill Jacobsen 1910-1998. Untitled painting. Signed and dated on the reverse: E.J. 63 Egill Jacobsen, Danish Cobra artist and professor at the Academy of Fine Arts Copenhagen.

Swedish Gustavian Style Cabinet, 1850-1860

Swedish Gustavian style cabinet with a pair of paned glass doors. Cornice accented with dentil moldings, resting on four fluted tapering legs. Closure of the doors in the form of the handle. Later professionally antique repainted in grey-white with patina. Sweden 1850-1860

Francis Bacon, Three Studies for a Portrait of George Dyer (1963)

Bacon’s triptych had once belonged to famed children’s books author Roald Dahl before passing to the seller who put it on the market at Christie’s this May, where it sold for a total $51.7 million, or $46 million before the buyer’s premium. That fell short of the work’s estimate, provided on request, in excess of $50 million. The portrait was the first painted of Bacon’s lover and muse, who according to (a likely false) legend met the artist while attempting a break-in of his studio.

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