Sold on the Antiques Market The Hague, by standholder Delta 98 Den Haag

during summertime we are standholder on the 
sunday's Antiques Market The Hague
- Antiekmarkt en Boekenmarkt Den Haag -

here are a few items we sold there in 2019

a gilded, art nouveau picture frame
marked with: made in France, no.27 depose

an 18th century, silver Tangle Basket
made in Deventer or Middelburg

a silver medal designed in 1928, by 
Chris van der Hoef
for the municipal of The Hague
Het Gemeentebestuur van 's Gravenhage

a triptych, by
Lucie van Duyn

a bronze medal, Huis Bernardus
designed in 1973 by 
Eric Claus

a large, decorated glass vase, 
titled Birdy, designed by 
Ulrica Hydman-Vallien
for Kosta Boda

The beautiful Antiques and Books Market in The Hague

some of the sunday market stands
of standholder
Delta 98 Den Haag


Sold to South Africa by Delta 98 Den Haag

After a long shipment this
15-16th century
full round carved wooden Jesus Christ crucified, a
Corpus Christi
was finaly received by the new owner.
PostNL took it easy to ship it to
South Africa.
But it did arrive safe at it's new home


various objects recently sold from the collection of Delta 98 Den Haag

an architectural building ornament
Dutch art deco - Amsterdam School, titled:
Het Denken - The Thought
designed circa 1925 by
Willem Coenraad Brouwer (Dutch, 1877-1933)

a terracotta vessel, a
Sicilian rhyton or Greek sirrup jar
made circa 100-200 BC

an extremely beautiful modelled and executed with great detail
porcelain figure of a standing hunting dog, known as
German Wirehaired Pointer
made and marked by
Metzler & Ortloff
executed between 1890 and 1945

an issue of the famous Dutch art deco magazine
this issue was initiated in 1929 and published in 1930
as volume 10, no. 10
subject: Russian Theatre - Russisch Toneel
f.e. Stanislawski, Meyerhold and Tairoff
cover design: Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita
- born in Amsterdam 1868, killed in Auschwitz 1944 -
layout: H. Th. Wijdeveld (1885-1987)

vintage, high performance enlarging lens
Apo-Rodagon 1: 2.8 f=50mm
made by
Rodenstock, Germany

a 19th century wooden plaque with handpainted
coat of arms / familiewapen and motto
Cassis Tutissima Virtus
- virtue is the safest helmet -
belonging to
Joan Daniel Wilhelm van Arkel baron d'Ablaing